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Rewards – This card allows cardholders to earn double miles for any Asiana Airline ticket purchases and one miles for every dollar spent on other regular purchases. You also get to earn double miles on any grocery spending. You also get an automatic $100 rebate twice a year for qualifying airline tickets. New cardholders also get 10,000 bonus miles after their first purchase on the card.
Fees – A business owner who gets this card has to pay an annual “company fee” of $80. There are no additional fees for any extra cards issued to employees.
Verdict – The Asiana Airlines Business Credit Card will appeal to the business person who travels with Asiana Airlines (most like to South Korea or Asia). If you happen to be such a business owner, then this would be a good card to get for your business.
Alternative – You should also note that there is an alternative to earning Asiana Miles. The Starwood Preferred Guest(R) Business Credit Card from American Express OPEN allows you to transfer Starpoints into Asiana Miles on a one on one basis. Furthermore, if you transfer 20,000 points, you get an additional 5,000 bonus miles. Starwood also has partnerships with over 30 airlines, including those that fly to Asia like Air China, ANA and JAL and you can transfer most points on a one for one ratio and also earn that 5,000 bonus miles whenever you transfer 20,000 points. Hence it is a great alternative to this card. It has a lower annual fee at $45 and no fees for additional employees card.