I see a lot of demand for the BSN today, and it seems to be the basis on which nurses are judged worthy for many nursing positions. I don't necessarily agree with this but it is a fact.
I always encourage nurses to get the BSN if they can swing it...before your credits get too old and you have to retake them...before life gets in the way of your personal goals, etc.
I know many nurses who regret never pursuing the BSN when they were younger (like myself) but I don't really know anyone who regrets going for it.
BSN seems to be where RN entry level is headed...so may as well get a leg up if you can possibly swing it now. JMHO.
Good luck to you and let us know what you decide. A bachelors degree is never wasted of course but you need to make sure you are getting what you need from the degree too.