Your first business card could fly you to Australia.
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American Airlines has a huge limited-time 80,000-point intro bonus on two of its co-branded cards, the City AAdvantage Executive World Elite Mastercard and the AAdvantage Aviator World Elite Business Mastercard.

While a business card might seem like the wrong choice for many people, it doesn’t exclude as many as you’d assume. Freelance writers, small businesses, Uber drivers, and even babysitters are all technically eligible to have a business credit card.

The Aviator’s bonus requirements are super easy to hit, only requiring $2000 of spending in three months, along with a $95 annual fee. The World Elite needs a heftier, $5,500 in three months, but also commands a $450 annual fee. An added bonus is that it does give you entry to the typically $650-a-year Admirals Club.

Here’s what those 80,000 AAdvantage Points could grab you.

  • One-Way Business Class New York to Hong Kong 

  • One Way Business Class Dallas to Sydney

  • Two Economy Roundtrips from JFK to Madrid 

  • Round trip Business Class LAX to Peru

If you’re a business owner of any size, you have plenty of expenses to cover. Meaning that it might be time to make your business spending work towards your vacation

Editorial Disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airline or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

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