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Current offers for 50K Avios after $3K spend/3 mos. ($95 AF)
Q. Can I apply for this card and earn the bonus after doing so previously? How long do I have to wait before reapplying? Should I call if my application is held for further review and not approved instantly?
A. See the wiki and related discussion in Applying for Chase Credit Cards, 2017 onward
Q. Once I meet the card's initial spending requirement, how soon will I receive my signup bonus points?
A. Bonus points typically accrue at the close of the billing period in which you incur the corresponding charges. Points should appear in your hotel/airline account within a few days thereafter.

NOTE: If you complete your required spending in the last 7-10 days of the statement period, the bonus may not post until the following month's statement, even if the regular per-dollar points post on the first statement. This is normal behavior for Chase and is not worth a phone call.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:09 pm   #1
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Thumbs up [Consolidated] Chase BA Visa 50k+25k+25k for $3k+$7k+$10k in 12 months

Just received an email for 50,000 Avios after spending $2,000 in 90 days.

As our valued customer we are pleased to present to you the British Airways Visa SignatureŽ card.1 Cardmembers receive 50,000 bonus Avios after making just $2,000 in purchases within the first 3 months of account opening.2 That's just the beginning of the many card benefits you will enjoy. Reward yourself by redeeming your Avios towards rewards on British Airways and domestic airline partners, hotel stays and car rentals. Apply by September 30, 2013 to take advantage of this opportunity. All reward flights are subject to taxes, fees and carrier charges.

There's a public link on the Chase website for it now as well:
http://www.britishairways.com/travel.../public/en_us#
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:12 pm   #2
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That's actually the standard offer, you can get it at Chase.com.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:14 pm   #3
  
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You beat me to it by about a minute. Public non-targeted landing page http://www.britishairways.com/travel...penxtype=click and application https://applynow.chase.com/FlexAppWe...ID=&PROMO=DF01

Not for me but a decent deal with no fee and 1.25 Avios per dollar
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:15 pm   #4
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I thought all the past offers incurred a $95 first year annual fee. This offer includes the first year annual fee waived.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:17 pm   #5
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In the past (as recently as one month back, when I did my AOR) the first year fee was not waived.. they have now waived it till 30th September.. and while the emails made me feel that it's targeted, a quick click on chase website confirmed that it's an open offer..
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:21 pm   #6
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In the past (as recently as one month back, when I did my AOR) the first year fee was not waived.. they have now waived it till 30th September.. and while the emails made me feel that it's targeted, a quick click on chase website confirmed that it's an open offer..
It will be interesting to hear from other recent BA Visa applicants if Chase will be willing to refund the 1st year annual fee.

I've been holding off on applying for the BA card, but will likely pull the trigger during my next churn with no 1st year annual fee now.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:37 pm   #7
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That's actually the standard offer, you can get it at Chase.com.
It wasn't the standard offer. It had a $95 fee first year.

50K Avios will net you 10 one way tickets on BA partners (I like AS/QX) if the distance is =<650 miles.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:44 pm   #8
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It wasn't the standard offer. It had a $95 fee first year.

50K Avios will net you 10 one way tickets on BA partners (I like AS/QX) if the distance is =<650 miles.
It is currently. Check the links above.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:50 pm   #9
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It is currently. Check the links above.
I know. I said it "wasn't", as in the past.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 12:52 pm   #10
  
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The previous standard offer was 50k / 1k spend in 90 days. So for another 1k spend now you get the AF waived.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 1:39 pm   #11
  
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I think the chance at an extra 50k (if another 100k bonus happens) is worth risking the $95 annual fee waive, so I'm gonna wait =)
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Old Jul 29, 13, 2:43 pm   #12
  
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just applied...not to good credit line..but i guess i gotta move some stuff around...5th active personal card...with chase
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Can you open a Visa Signature with Chase under a $5,000 credit limit?
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Old Jul 29, 13, 4:03 pm   #14
  
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Got it too in Email. I haven't had a BA card for a couple of years. Thinking if I should try for it.
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Old Jul 29, 13, 4:05 pm   #15
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Got it too in Email. I haven't had a BA card for a couple of years. Thinking if I should try for it.
Does it still show up in your Chase account?
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