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Capital One has brought out a new increased welcome bonus today for their long running Capital One Venture Rewards Card . The new bonus is 75,000 miles (a 15,000 mile increase over the previous offer) when you spend $4,000 on the card in the first 3 months of having it. If you don’t need the perks of this card’s premium sibling the Capital One Venture X Card then check this card out. It has the nice simple yet strong earn rate of 2 miles per dollar on all spending so you are not tied into select categories. You can earn extra miles for booking some travel via Capital One Travel and also with a new limited time Turo partnership. Not only can you use the miles to book your own travel you can convert them to over 15 airline and hotel programs, most of which are 1:1 so you have a strong frequent flyer program card here as well.
Capital One Venture Rewards Card
Enjoy a one-time bonus of 75,000 miles once you spend $4,000 on purchases within 3 months from account opening equal to $750 in travel with the Capital One Venture Rewards Card.
- Earn unlimited 2X miles on every purchase, every day
- 5 Miles per dollar when you book on Turo, the world’s largest car sharing marketplace, through May 16, 2023.
- Miles won’t expire for the life of the account and there’s no limit to how many you can earn
- Receive up to a $100 credit for Global Entry or TSA PreCheck®
- Earn 5X miles on hotels and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel, where you’ll get Capital One’s best prices on thousands of trip options
- Use your miles to get reimbursed for any travel purchase-or redeem by booking a trip through Capital One Travel
- Transfer your miles to your choice of 15+ travel loyalty programs
- No foreign transaction fees
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Adequate review but, in my judgment, not quite complete. You should have addressed the quirkiness of the C1 approval process, which other sites have done. I am one of the victims of that quirkiness. I have applied for a card 4 times (3 C1 Venture and 1 C1 X). I was rejected all 4 times, although, in the spirit of full disclosure, I was offered a secured credit card. Having the 3 major credit scores at 800+, I considered that to be a blatant insult. In any event, there will be no more rejections for me as I have written off C1 forever. In hindsight, I am not sure why I applied in the first place as its travel partners are actually underwhelming (except possibly for those travel experts who can use the miles of one airline to book a flight on another airline and actually fly on yet another airline). I am not that facile. Two final points. First, everyone seems to be nonplused by C1’s nasty habit of hard pulling on all 3 of the major credit agencies. Well, in my last application, I got a FOURTH pull on some agency I never heard of. The last disaster in my fourth rejection was that it showed an Experian score that was 69 points below my actual score. With AMEX, Chase, Citi, Barclays, etc. available, who needs an issuer with unconscionable approval (rejection) policies.
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