Virgin Atlantic 50K signup bonus with $100 Global Entry statement credit

A reader forwarded to me an email offer he received for the Virgin Atlantic credit card.  Currently, an offer for up to 65,000 bonus miles (really a 50K offer, though) is widely available. In this case, however, the reader’s offer also included free Global Entry.  The bullet points in his offer included:

• A $100 Global Entry application fee statement credit offer‡

And, the fine print reads:

‡ GLOBAL ENTRY Global Entry is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) program. Decisions to approve/deny applications are made solely by CBP. Bank of America has no influence over CBP’s decision to approve or deny an application. Bank of America is not notified of approvals or denials to applications. Applications are made directly by the applicant to CBP. CBP does not share applicant data with Bank of America. Application fees must be paid at time of application submission. Cardholder will receive a statement credit in the amount of $100 approximately 4 weeks after applying for Global Entry and charging it to your Virgin Atlantic World Elite MasterCard? credit card so long as the application fee is charged by June 30, 2014. Offer available for primary cardholder only.

Here’s the catch: I don’t know for sure whether or not this offer is tied to the email recipient.  If you want to take a chance, here is the application link.  Otherwise, look for the best current offers here:

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3 Comments on "Virgin Atlantic 50K signup bonus with $100 Global Entry statement credit"

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Nick from Personal Finance Digest

Link didn’t work for me, anybody else?

Sho 'Nuff

Can you get the benefit if your a current cardholder?

Frequent Miler

It can’t hurt to call and ask (and let us know the result!)