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Up to $100 Credit for NYC Michelin Dines With British Airways Visa Card

by on February 10, 2012 · 10 comments

in Avios, British Airways, Chase

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Last fall the British Airways Visa card offered $50 off a dine at any New York City Michelin starred restaurant (except Peter Luger Steakhouse which does not accept credit cards). You could do it twice, for a total of $100 in rebates – not bad if you were going to dine out at a participating restaurant.

They just re-launched the promotion with similar terms:

“Use your British Airways Visa® Card at any NYC MICHELIN Guide 2012 star-rated restaurant today through July 31, 2012. Dine once and receive a $50 statement credit. Dine twice and receive another $50 statement credit for a total of $100. Minimum purchase of $50 each time you dine.*

Call the restaurant, go online or use our dining consultants at 1.877.572.1887 to make your reservations.

To learn more, visit ba.com/dining

Say what you want about Avios, but the British Airways Visa is a pretty good credit card, with perks like the companion award ticket when you spend $30,000 per calendar year and 1.25 points per dollar base earning. The current sign-up bonus is 50,000, but if you don’t have the card, I’d personally wait and hope for them to run the 100,000 point sign-up bonus like they did in fall 2009 and spring 2011.

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  • http://twitter.com/jamucsb Jamison

    wow, british airways is the new AMEX PLAT……. they are giving away perks and points like candy!

  • Jfadds

    just wondering- are there not other cities in america besides nyc that could be considered for this promotion

    typical new yorker centric thinking

  • Cliburn

    This is great… going to be in NYC President’s day WE…. have 2 cards between the wife and I, so we going to be able to sample some great restaurants…. now the hard part is deciding and securing the reservations.

  • Anonymous

    Just in time for a stop in NYC in a couple weeks! I was hoping they’d have this last week, but better later than never.

    Looks like I’ll use this, apply for the United Airlines 50K offer they emailed me today, wait for my BA card statement to close/get the $50 credit(s), then switch out the BA for the UA card!

  • Mike

    Great! I took full advantage of the last promo and can’t wait to do the same of this one.

    To Jfadds: There are other cities?

  • Mike

    You can pay for a meal with two credit cards to get $100 off!

    I recommend Eleven Madison Park. The service and creativity are superlative, and the lunch isn’t insanely expensive.

  • Dwt

    Perhaps NYC has the most US-based Executive Club members?

  • http://www.travelandcredit.com/ Travel and Credit

    Great promotion, but dang! I was just in NYC for 3 weeks and I brought my BA card just in case they ran this promotion again, b/c someone before had hinted at it, and they didn’t. Oh well. Maybe I’ll be back before summer.

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