(EXPIRED) 70K miles with new Hawaiian Business card bonus

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The Hawaiian Airlines Business Mastercard is currently seeing an increased welcome bonus of up to 70,000 miles: That’s 60K after $1K in purchases within the first 90 days and a bonus 10K after making a purchase on an employee card. While Hawaiian miles aren’t the most valuable currency, this can be a good bonus if you have a good use in mind.

The Offer

The Hawaiian Airlines® Business MasterCard® issued by Barclays
Up to 60K miles
50K after $1K in the first 90 days + 10K after a purchase is made on an employee card

$99 Annual Fee

Info about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.

Recent better offer: 60K after $1K in the first 90 days + 10K after first purchase on an employee card [Expired 8/19]

Key Card Details

The Hawaiian Airlines® Business MasterCard® issued by Barclays

Annual Fee: $99

Card Type: Mastercard World Elite

Base
Dine
Gas
Office
Brand

Earning rate: 3X Hawaiian Airlines ⚬ 2x gas, dining, and office supply stores ⚬ 1x everywhere else

Big spend bonus: Earn up to 40,000 annual bonus miles — 20k miles with $50-$99k annual spend or 40k miles with $100k or more annual spend;

Noteworthy perks: One-time 50% off a companion discount on roundtrip coach travel between Hawaii and North America on Hawaiian Airlines

Quick Thoughts

The new offer on this card might make it worth a look in certain spots:

  1. You have a good use for Hawaiian miles in mind (always a good reason)
  2. You live in or travel from Hawaii and can take advantage of partner awards with decent pricing from HI
  3. You want a non-Amex way to earn Hilton points (H/T to Richard Kerr on this one)
  4. You have a magic wand that makes saver business flights available between the continental US and Hawaii

If any of those apply to you, this offer may be worth it. If not, it’s a questionable proposition. In the past, I’d said that this one could be a value for flying a family on inter-island flights since those flights ordinarily cost $100 and you could get enough of them (or for enough passengers) with an offer like this to save a nice chunk of change.

However, now that Southwest has entered the inter-island market with flights from $29 each way, prices are already being competed down and the mileage rates just don’t make sense with Hawaiian.

Overall, this is probably a miss for most folks, but as it is a business card it should theoretically not add to your Chase 5/24 count and that might put it back into the realm of consideration for the truly dedicated among us.

H/T: Doctor of Credit

Last updated on July 20th, 2019

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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Show me one Southwest flight from mainland to Hawaii under $100…it is all marketing, it does not exist

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What does this mean? “Existing cardmembers, existing accounts, and previous cardmembers with accounts closed in the past 24 months may not be eligible for this offer.” I take this meaning if I have the PERSONAL card I am not eligible? I will call and ask.