Visa® Business BankMiles

When you're running a business, every dollar counts. So why not get something for every dollar you spend? With a First Citizens Visa Business BankMiles credit card1, you can do just that.

Here's how it works: You earn one air travel point for every qualifying net purchase (purchases minus credits) you make with your Visa Business BankMiles card. Each time you earn 6,000 BankMiles, you'll receive a certificate that you can use like cash toward your next business—or personal—flight. Certificates are good for travel on any US-based airline without the hassles of typical rules and restrictions—there are no blackout dates!

  • Earn one mile for every net dollar charged to your account2
  • For every 6,000 BankMiles you accumulate, you will receive a certificate3 redeemable for $100 off any airfare on any available flight, domestic or international
  • You may use up to three certificates3 together and receive $100 off for each certificate redeemed on travel in the contiguous United States
  • Collect four BankMiles certificates3 (24,000 BankMiles) and receive one free round-trip scheduled ticket for anywhere in the contiguous United States, or $400 off any international flight

For more details or to apply, contact us at 1-888-612-4444 or stop by your local Branch Office. To redeem your BankMiles and make travel reservations, call

1 Subject to credit approval.

2 Qualifying purchases (purchases minus credits and returns) do not include cash advances, balance transfers, special access checks, traveler's checks or money order purchases, late fees, annual fees, over-limit fees or transaction charges. Maximum point accumulations are 10,000 BankMiles per billing cycle or 60,000 BankMiles in any 12-month period starting the month your BankMiles account is opened. Other restrictions apply. For complete details, refer to the program rules and conditions supplied with your card.

3 Certificates good for 2 years from date of issuance.

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