You are entitled to an account withdrawal credit of up to $100 per calendar year if you transact with airline qualifying ancillary fees. To qualify, you must use your premium rewards® credit card to pay for all transactions with the airline`s ancillary fees. Wait 2-3 weeks from qualifying for account statement credit to reserve it on your account. You are responsible for paying all fees until billing is credited to your account. Your account must be open at the time of execution of the statement of account credit and not be late. Federal law requires credit card issuers to publish their agreements; Find yours in this list. 2Bank of America® Premium Rewards® Program Information. How to earn points: You earn points when you use your card for purchases, minus returns, credits and adjustments (“net purchases”). The following transactions are not considered purchases and do not collect points: credit transfers and cash advances (defined in your credit card agreement), fees, interest charges, fraudulent transactions and certain other fees. 1.5 unlimited points: Earn 1.5 basis points for every $1 of net purchases (non-trips and restaurants) that are charged on the card in each billing cycle. 2 points: Earn 2 basis points for every $1 of net purchases made with the card in the travel and food category, with no limit to the number of points you can accumulate. Travel and restaurant category: Food includes restaurants, including fast food, and drinks like bars or taverns. The trip includes: airlines, hotels, motels, Timeshares, trailers, motorhome and leisure vehicle rentals, campsites, car rentals, truck and trailer rentals, cruise lines, travel agencies, tour operators and real estate agents, passenger train operators, buses, taxis, limousines, ferries, boat rentals, car parks and garages, tolls and bridges, tourist attractions and exhibitions such as art galleries, amusement parks, carnival, circuses, aquariums, zoos, etc.
Purchases from certain merchants who offer travel-related goods and services are not eligible, such as on-board goods and services and duty-free airport purchases. . . .