Bank of America Asiana Airlines Visa Signature Card Review

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The Bank of America Asiana Visa credit card earns 3x miles with Asiana Airlines, 2x miles at gas and grocery stores, and 1x miles everywhere else.

The Asiana card has a $99 annual fee, but cardmembers get a $100 flight credit, two lounge passes, and 10,000 Asiana miles certificate for Asiana flights. 

Asiana miles are fairly hard to earn, so this card could be a pretty good option for frequent Asiana flyers. 

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Bank of America Asiana Credit Card

Asiana Card Information

Application Link: Currently not avalaible.

Current Sign Up Bonus: N/A.

Recommended Bonus: At least 30,000 Asiana Miles.

Annual Fee: $99. 

Earning Rewards:

  • 3x miles on Asiana Airlines.
  • 2x miles at gas stations.
  • 2x miles at grocery stores.
  • 1x miles everywhere else.

Asiana Card Benefits

$100 Flight Discount– You can get one $100 flight rebate on Asiana flights each calendar year including your first year. 

Two Annual Asiana Lounge Invitations–  Cardmembers get two Asiana Lounge invitations each year for U.S. lounges, except San Francisco. But you can use these passes in Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York-JFK, and Seattle.

10,000 Mile Anniversary Bonus– Cardmembers get a 10,000 mile certificate each card anniversary year. However, the certificate can only be used on Asiana flights.

No Foreign Transaction Fees– You can use your Asiana card anywhere in the world without having to pay foreign transaction fees, which are typically 3%.