MERRILL+ Visa Signature Credit Card Review
[Update] Many data points show that you don’t need any Merrill or even BoA account to open this card.
- Earn 50,000 Merrill+ Points after spending $3000 in first 3 months!
- Earn 1x Merrill+ Points on all purchases.
- How To Use Your Points: Redeem points for air ticket, cash rewards and gift cards. Anytime, Anywhere™ Air Rewards start at 25,000 Merrill Points for flights up to $500 (inclusive of taxes and fees). Cash rewards start at 3,000 Merrill Points and shall be issued for a U.S. dollar sum equal to 1% of the amount of Merrill Points redeemed in the form of a statement credit, an electronic deposit to a Bank of America® checking or savings account or a contribution to an eligible Merrill Lynch Cash Management Account®. The redemption value for gift cards varies.
- Spend $50,000 or more a year in purchases on your MERRILL+® card and receive: Your choice of a $200 Travel Credit that can be used on travel incidentals or complimentary Delta Sky Club® lounge membership.
- No Foreign Transaction Fee.
- No Annual Fee.
Many data points show that you don’t need any Merrill or even BoA account to open this card. However, since the application page was dug up by reddit, there’s still a chance that we get approved without those accounts. This card has an extremely high sign-up bonus worth about $500~$1000 and there is no Annual Fee so it is definitely a good deal!
Recommended Application Time:
- We recommend you apply for this card after you have a credit history of at least one year.
- You can have at most 2 BoA credit cards if you are a student.
- You can have multiple same credit card from BoA. You must wait at least 90 days to apply for the same credit card, otherwise the application will be automatically cancelled.
- Click here to check BoA application status.
- BoA reconsideration backdoor number: 877-383-0120 or 866-811-4108. It seems that the number is changing. Please inform us at once if it fails. The representatives here can get in touch with decision-makers directly.
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