Asiana Airlines Visa® Classic

Overall Score

54.9

Net Monetary Value

50.4

Product Features

66.7

Customer Experience

64.7

Pros & Cons

The South Korean-based airline partnered up with Bank of America to offer frequent flyers on the Asiana Airline to earn miles on every flight they take. You can earn bonus miles with your first purchase and can earn yearly rebates in flight tickets. You can also earn miles on every other purchase. There is a sign-up bonus but there is also an annual fee and foreign transaction fees of 3%.

  • Sign-up Bonus
  • Foreign Transaction Fees
  • Annual Fee
  • No First Year Annual Fee Waiver

Card Details

Intro Promotions
Intro APR

N/A

Intro Balance Transfer

N/A

Credit Needed
Good

(690-720)

Ongoing
APR

16.49%

Balance Transfer

16.49%

Annual Fee

$50

Foreign Transaction Fee

3.00%

EMV

Yes

Bank of America

In 2014, Bank of America received 819 customer complaints. Of these, 100% were dealt with rapidly and 78% were resolved to customers’ satisfaction. The bank is based in North Carolina and is one of the biggest financial institutions in the world. Bank of America has a strong presence on both coasts of the US.

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