View From The Wing noted that there’s a 30,000-mile Alaska Airlines link. It’s not as good as the 40,000 it’s been in the past, but it’s better than the 25,000 standard offer that’s been out there for a while.
Why might you want this card? One Mile At A Time points out:
The card does come with an annual fee of $75 which isn’t waived for the first year, though you also get a $118 companion certificate, which is one of the most valuable out there. It’s eligible on all coach fares, is upgradable, and even the companion earns miles.
Also nice: there’s no minimum spend with this offer. Here’s a slightly older article from The Points Guy about how to use the Alaska Airlines program.
All in all, not as big of a deal as the Chase Ink deal, but still something to consider.