So, I've been sitting on a targeted offer for the Priority Club VISA from Chase (expiring 4/25) because I'd heard rumors about a big offer to come, which, of course turns out to be the revival of the BA 100k VISA from Chase. I've never had any kind of relationship with Chase, but it sounds like it may not be possible to obtain approval for both of these cards because of Chase's restrictions on application frequency. If that's true (and maybe someone can correct me if it's not), then I'm struggling with which card I should apply for. Here are the differing specs: Priority Club VISA: - 80,000 bonus points on first purchase - 5 points per $1 PC hotels, $2 points per $1 on gas/groceries/dining, 1 point $1 on everything else - 10% rebate on reward redemptions - Gold Elite PC status - $49 annual fee (waived first year) British Airways VISA: - 100,000 BA miles after $2,500 spend (within 3 months) - 2.5 miles per $1 on BA purchases, 1.25 miles per $1 on everything else - Free companion fare after $30,000 spend - $95 annual fee (not waived first year?) I don't have any near-term plans to fly to Europe since I just lived there for two years (which is also why I didn't get in on the initial BA 100k offer), but I would like to travel to Africa, South America, Asia in the next couple years. However, living in ATL appears to limit my ability to use the single OW partner award chart other than flying AA. Therefore, I'm thinking the Priority Club VISA provides me with a greater value since I should be able to easily use the PC points on hotel stays and the little bit of status would be nice. Anyone else have other thoughts? Am I missing something about the value of the BA miles? If I can, I'd love to get in on both offers, but from what I've read it sounds like that may not be an option. Any advice would be appreciated.