Barclays has upped the welcome bonuses on 3 popular co-branded business credit cards that it issues for American Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, and JetBlue.Let’s take a closer look at all 3 offers to help you decide which one is best for you.Increased Barclays Welcome OffersAAdvantage® Aviator® World Elite Business Mastercard®Image Credit: American AirlinesYou can earn 80,000 American Airlines AAdvantage miles and a $95 statement credit after you spend $2,000 on the card within your first 90 days of card membership.We value American Airlines miles at 1.4 cents apiece, making this bonus on the AAdvantage Aviator Business card worth $1,215. This is also the highest welcome offer we’ve ever seen for this card, as the previous high was 75,000 miles with no added statement credit.Other top card benefits include:5% annual mileage bonusFree checked bagsEarly boarding25% statement credit for all inflight purchasesHawaiian Airlines® Business Mastercard®You can earn 80,000 Hawaiian miles and a $99 statement credit after you spend $2,000 on the card within your first 90 days of card membership.We value Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles at 0.9 cents apiece, making this bonus on the Hawaiian Airlines Business card worth $819.Other top card benefits include:One-time 50% off companion discountThe JetBlue Business CardJetblue Airbus A320 Even More Space Seat. Image Credit: JetblueYou can earn 80,000 JetBlue TrueBlue points and a $99 statement credit after you spend $2,000 on the card within your first 90 days of card membership.We value JetBlue points at 1.3 cents apiece, making this bonus on The JetBlue Business card worth $1,139.Other top card benefits include:10% rebate on all points you redeem5,000-anniversary points on card renewalFree checked bags50% discount on inflight purchasesWhich Offer Is Best?From a pure value perspective, we would say the AAdvantage Aviator Business card has the best offer, followed by The JetBlue Business card, and then the Hawaiian Airlines Business card. That said, deciding which card offer is best for you will largely depend on your travel habits.Those looking to book premium cabin redemptions should opt for the AAdvantage Aviator Business card. If you’re looking to book domestic tickets, or to vacation destinations throughout the Caribbean and Latin America, the JetBlue Business card might offer more value. Finally, those who live in the Hawaiian Islands and don’t have as many airline choices would likely get far more value from the Hawaiian Airlines Business card.Hot Tip: Read our complete guides on the best ways to redeem American Airlines AAdvantage miles, Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles, and JetBlue TrueBlue points.Final ThoughtsThese are 3 great card offers for 3 great business cards, so you really can’t go wrong no matter which you choose. While Barclays hasn’t said how long these offers will stick around, we can safely assume that they’ll only be valid for a limited time. If you’ve been considering any of these cards, now’s the time to apply!The information regarding the AAdvantage® Aviator® World Elite Business Mastercard®, Hawaiian Airlines® Business Mastercard®, and The JetBlue Business Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer. Featured Image Credit: David Franklin via Shutterstock


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