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Bank of America® Premium Rewards® Visa® credit card: 50K bonus points w/ $3K in eligible purchases

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Bank of America is offering 50,000 bonus points after you make at least $3,000 in purchases in the first 90 days of account opening with the Bank of America® Premium Rewards® Visa® credit card. The annual fee is $95.
  • Receive 50,000 bonus points – a $500 value – after you make at least $3,000 in purchases in the first 90 days of account opening
  • Earn unlimited 2 points for every $1 spent on travel and dining purchases and unlimited 1.5 points per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • If you're a Bank of America Preferred Rewards member, you can earn 25%-75% more points on every purchase
  • No limit to the points you can earn and your points don't expire
  • Redeem for cash back as a statement credit, deposit into eligible Bank of America® accounts, credit to eligible Merrill Edge® and Merrill Lynch® accounts, or gift cards or purchases at the Bank of America Travel Center
  • Get up to $200 in combined airline incidental and airport expedited screening statement credits + valuable travel insurance protections
  • No Foreign Transaction Fees
  • Low $95 annual fee
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Try calling them if they can do rush shipping. I requested Chase for their card to be rushed and it was hear next morning!
Thank you for taking time to respond. I came across chase sapphire with 600 usd intro and applied. I guess I will buy with another card this weekend and rebuy when the chase sapphire arrives.
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Any feedback on this card?
This is just a classic Visa card (Look at the BIN number) with some perks. You can easily offset the $95 AF by buying a AA GC for $100, even if you don't travel much.
If you do fly, keep in mind it doesn't cover ancillary fees from Spirit

IF you are a preferred rewards member the bonuses add up, if not, at least you'll be getting a little bit more (50%) rewards than the travel rewards no-fee card.

Introductory bonus is very nice. Oh, and starting mid-2019 you will no longer be covered with the common-carrier air travel insurance. they discontinued the benefit.

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Effective October 1st, 2019, we will no longer offer Common Carrier Travel Accident Insurance on your credit card. You will be able to continue to file claims after October 1st, 2019 for occurrences prior to that date, subject to the terms and conditions of coverage.
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I would not buy for $0 Foreign Transaction fee. I tested it with a $50 Foreign transaction. They took more than 10% in conversion rate which is a rip off. $0 transaction fee saves a bit. Depending on transaction you may be better off not using this card for Foreign transactions
Are you sure? I've charged a substantial amount on foreign currency with this card (purchases made while abroad) and they only charge the 'customary' 2.5% markup over spot exchange rates. At the end of the day, it is very difficult to 'buy' foreign currency without paying any conversion fee unless you are a bank.
AMEX does the same.
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Don't do annual fee cards.
Not sure if ya open to it, but many of us get fee credit cards, meet the minimum spend, get the bonus reward, and close the card prior to getting the second year fee.
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Are you sure? I've charged a substantial amount on foreign currency with this card (purchases made while abroad) and they only charge the 'customary' 2.5% markup over spot exchange rates. At the end of the day, it is very difficult to 'buy' foreign currency without paying any conversion fee unless you are a bank.
AMEX does the same.
I have a recent example, May 27 transaction posted on May 28 for 100 EUR got posted as $112.14. I don't see the 2.5% markup over the spot rates.
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any feedback on this card?
be aware interest rate will be 20 %. After annual fee you gain $405. Once you get that, use wisely without interest being charged on your card. If you are paying monthly interest rate on this card, you will bankrupt one day.
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for $95, it is a great deal compared to the existing united explorer card, unless you are a frequent flier with united. This card gives you up to $100 back on airline incidentals like luggage fees, upgrades, lounge passes. $500 onetime is great too.
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for $95, it is a great deal compared to the existing united explorer card, unless you are a frequent flier with united. This card gives you up to $100 back on airline incidentals like luggage fees, upgrades, lounge passes. $500 onetime is great too.
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So if I buy something on a flight, this card will reimburse me.
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So if I buy something on a flight, this card will reimburse me.
Yes, as long as it is not a duty free shopping item
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Is there airline restriction for incidental credit? Does it cover food beverage on IcelandAir?
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Is there airline restriction for incidental credit? Does it cover food beverage on IcelandAir?
I believe it must be a US based airline.

https://www.doctorofcredit.com/tr...el-credit/
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This is just a classic Visa card (Look at the BIN number) with some perks. You can easily offset the $95 AF by buying a AA GC for $100, even if you don't travel much.
If you do fly, keep in mind it doesn't cover ancillary fees from Spirit

IF you are a preferred rewards member the bonuses add up, if not, at least you'll be getting a little bit more (50%) rewards than the travel rewards no-fee card.

Introductory bonus is very nice. Oh, and starting mid-2019 you will no longer be covered with the common-carrier air travel insurance. they discontinued the benefit.
So buying a AA gift card counts as airline spend?
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Not sure if ya open to it, but many of us get fee credit cards, meet the minimum spend, get the bonus reward, and close the card prior to getting the second year fee.
Does that lower your credit score?
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Does that lower your credit score?
Not really.
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Not really.
Thanks for the reply, i'm gonna go ahead and apply, 500 is alot, and 95 a year doesnt seem very much.

i will probably try to cancel it or maybe keep it and use the 100 AA gc every year to recoup the 95 fee.

I heard people have called on other credit cards to downgrade their card to avoid the fee afterwards without canceling the card, what do you think of that>?
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Thanks for the reply, i'm gonna go ahead and apply, 500 is alot, and 95 a year doesnt seem very much.

i will probably try to cancel it or maybe keep it and use the 100 AA gc every year to recoup the 95 fee.

I heard people have called on other credit cards to downgrade their card to avoid the fee afterwards without canceling the card, what do you think of that>?
As long as BofA has a $0 af downgrade option for this card, doing so after the 1st year is fine.
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