Posted by William Charles on November 9, 2017
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Published on November 9th, 2017 | by William Charles


[Targeted] Alliant 25,000 Point Bonus On Visa Platinum Rewards Card

The Offer

No direct link, targeted offer sent via e-mail. Subject line is “<your name>, your exclusive credit card offer”

  • Alliant has sent out a targeted e-mail to some existing members for a sign up bonus of 25,000 points (worth $250) on their Visa Platinum Rewards card. The spending requirement is $4,000 within the first three billing cycles

Card Details

  • No annual fee
  • Card earns two rewards points on every dollar spent

Our Verdict

Alliant offer three credit cards: this card, a card that doesn’t offer rewards and a 3% cash back card(first year, then it drops to 2.5%). You’re limited to one card with Alliant, but you can product change between the cards.It’s made even better by the fact that you could at a later stage product change this card into the 3% card and still get that rate and the annual fee waived first year. If I was targeted, I’d be jumping all over this deal. If you have any questions about Alliant please read this post first as they are most likely answered there.

5 Responses to [Targeted] Alliant 25,000 Point Bonus On Visa Platinum Rewards Card

  1. Dan says:

    In my experience, alliant is also very generous with credit card funding for bank accounts and coding everything as a purchase (rather than cash advance). Especially valuable if you have the 3% card.

  2. mcafeeee says:

    Any knowledge on how you get targeted offers from Alliant? Is signing up from one of their checking accounts the best way to try?

    • bbug1 says:

      Don’t know why I was targeted, but last December I received a bonus of 50,000 points for this card.

      Now I’m hoping (probably in vain) to be targeted for an upgrade to the 3% card this holiday season, complete with new bonus.

      • Tom says:

        Did you have a lot of money on deposit with them when you got targeted for the 50,000 point offer?

        • bbug1 says:

          I don’t really remember. I have had at times up to $50,000 in IRA savings, but usually closer to $2,000 or less. I do have my social security check direct deposited in checking, but usually transfer it out shortly after receipt.

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