Asiana Airlines Business Credit Card
Calculate how many Asiana Miles you can earn and the cash value of the Asiana Airlines Business Card based on spend, benefits, and the fee.
The Asiana Airlines Business Card doesn't come fully loaded like the Asiana Airlines Credit Card, but it offers the ability to build a solid amount of miles and offers some rebates that can the card a little bit of value. It could be beneficial for any business that wishes to earn Asiana Airline miles as their primary source of frequent flyer miles, but if you're not going to be passing this card out to employees, I'd recommend you pick up the personal version.
The Asiana Airlines Business Card features one bonus category which is Asiana ticket purchases. While there is a limit for the personal card, there is no limit to the amount of miles you can earn with the Asiana Airlines Business Card.
2x Asiana Airlines
The Asiana Airlines Business Card earns 2 Asiana Miles per $1 spent purchasing airfare with Asiana Airlines. With the value of their miles around 1.5 cents each, you're looking at a 3% return which is great for airline tickets. The Alaska Airlines Business Credit Card earns 3x Alaska MileagePlus Miles which is worth about the same as Asiana Miles meaning you're looking at a return of 4.5%. JetBlue also offers a great return with their Barclay JetBlue Business Card earning 6x TrueBlue Miles per $1 spent which is over a 6% return.
Any spending on the Asiana Airlines Business Card outside of purchasing airfare will earn you 1 Asiana Mile per $1 spent. This is a return of 1.5% due to the value of Asiana Miles, so this not a bad option if you and/or employees run non-category spend through the card.
Perks and Benefits
Two $100 Annual Rebates
While the personal version gets one $100 rebate, the Asiana Airlines Business Card gets two $100 rebates towards the purchase of Asiana Airline tickets. The amount will be credited back to the account within one to two billing cycles and must be purchased directly through Asiana Airlines.
Sign Up Bonus
The standard Asiana Airlines Business Credit Card sign up bonus is 10,000 bonus miles after your first purchase which can be worth between $100-$200 depending on your flight.
Credit Card Fees
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The annual fee for the Asiana Airlines Business Card is $80 per company.
Authorized User Fee
There is no fee to add authorized users to the Asiana Airlines Business Card.
Foreign Transaction Fee
The foreign transaction fee for the Asiana Airlines Business Card is 3%. This means you will lose the value of your miles just as fast as you can earn them. I do not recommend using this card overseas.
You can use this rewards calculator to calculate how many points, miles, or cash back you can earn based on your spend per category. This calculator will also give you the dollar value of the card based on rewards earned and how much each benefit is worth to you minus the fees. You can click the Compare A Card button to compare this card against another card in the same calculator.
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