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It appears that I have been targeted by US Bank for their KE Skypass Visa Signature card. It’s interesting how much of the paperwork they sent is in Korean. I’ve been trying to figure out how I got on their radar. I am not Korean, but have recently gotten interested in Korean culture. I did research some fares on the KE website but I haven’t got a Skypass account. Big data must be working, I guess. Anyway I have never dealt with this bank before and have never had any of their cards. The offer is 15K miles on first use and an additional 25K miles after $3K spend in 120 days (4 months). From what I gather this is a much better offer than usual. Do you happen to know if there are better offers out there for this card? I’ve recently gotten the TD Bank Aeroplan card and the BoA Alaska card with 30K miles on approval. So I’m a little wary of getting yet another card, but since I am pre-screened it seems likely I would get it if I applied. If I hold out will they make me a better offer?
@ RakSiam — Awesome! That’s the best offer I’ve ever seen on the card, so I’d definitely sign up under that offer in your shoes. I doubt it will get better than that.