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Credit Cards What is my bonus offer?

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by Old Dog, Oct 5, 2019.

  1. Old Dog

    Old Dog New Member

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    Last June I applied for the Barclays AAviator Business card. Incredibly, it took three months to be approved. That's a long story for another time, but it had to do with changes of members within the LLC that owns the business, address verification, etc.

    As I recall, the bonus offer was something like 60K (or more) points after a $1,000.00 spend, with an additional amount (5K? 10K?) after adding an authorized user and making a purchase. Similar to the current on (https://onemileatatime.com/aadvantage-aviator-business-mastercard-bonus/). I didn't make a note of the offer (I know, should have made a screen grab... sigh!), so can't recall exactly.

    In between June and September there were other offers. I have spent the $1,000, and added a user who has made a purchase on her card. I have not received a statement yet, and online shows the purchases made, but no miles earned.

    Because of the long delay in approval, is there a way to find out what my offer was? I'm concerned I may be running out of time to add any additional spend if needed.

    Thanks in advance!

    Scott
     
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  2. David W

    David W Well-Known Member

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    Call Barclays and ask - they should be able to tell you what your offer is.

    I'd assume that it'd be whatever offer was available when you applied, even if it took a while to be a approved and the public offer changed during that time.
     
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    Thanks David. That was my assumption, too. I was hoping to be able to find out via a policy or online doc, as calling them has been a painful process. Still, if it is the best (or only) way...
     
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