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Right now, Capital One is offering incredibly high sign-up bonuses when you open a certain credit card.
The bonuses were announced alongside a major improvement to two of Capital One’s card products: the ability to transfer rewards miles to frequent flyer partners (the feature will go live sometime this month).
There hasn’t been an end date announced, but as always when you see such a dramatically increased bonus, we can expect these to drop back to their usual levels soon.
The Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card is offering 75,000 miles when you spend $5,000 in the first three months. The normal bonus is 50,000 miles, making the current offer a 50% increase.
The Capital One Spark Miles for Business card is offering up to 200,000 miles, broken into two pieces: 50,000 miles after spending $5,000 in the first three months, and an additional 150,000 miles after spending $50,000 in the first six months.
Both cards earn 2x miles per dollar spent, and the Venture earns 10x miles on hotels when you book and pay through Hotels.com/Venture. They both carry a $95 annual fee, which is waived for the first year.
While you can’t transfer miles with this card, the Capital One Spark Cash for Business is also offering an improved limited time sign-up bonus. You can earn $500 after spending $5,000 in the first three months, and an additional $1,500 after spending $50,000 in the first six months.
Read on to learn more about these incredible limited-time offers.
Capital One recently announced a major improvement to two of its most popular cards — the Capital One Venture and the Spark Miles for Business. Starting next month, cardholders will have the option of transferring their cards’ miles to a number of airline frequent flyer partners, bringing Capital One miles in line with the top credit cards reward programs, like Chase’s Ultimate Rewards and AmEx’s Membership Rewards.
The change has made the Capital One Venture — which was already a solid card — an even more useful rewards card for everyday spending. It earns 2x miles on everything (and 10x miles on hotels when you book and pay through Hotels.com/Venture), which, combined with the ability to transfer miles, makes it quite competitive for its class. The Spark Miles works similarly, except that it’s meant for small business owners.
While this is a great indefinite improvement for the cards, there’s another feature that won’t be around for long.
Both cards are offering limited-time sign-up bonuses. While Capital One has not shared an end date, it’s safe to assume that these won’t be around for long.
The personal Capital One Venture is offering 75,000 miles when you spend $5,000 in the first three months. The normal offer is …read more
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