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Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card: Earn 75k Miles With $4K Spent Within 3 Months of Account Opening

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Capital One is offering a 75,000 mile bonus after you spend $4,000 on purchases within the first 3 months from account opening with the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card. There is $95 annual fee.

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  • 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
  • Earn unlimited 2X miles on every purchase, every day
  • 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®
  • Enjoy two complimentary visits per year to Capital One Lounges or to 100+ Plaza Premium Lounges through our Partner Lounge Network
  • 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


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BuyGuy12 asked this question on 05-18-2022 at 08:46 AM
05-18-2022 at 09:12 AM
It's not. Every 100 points is $0.50. But you can redeem the points 1:1 in their travel booking site.
FHRITP asked this question on 05-19-2022 at 02:38 PM
06-16-2022 at 03:01 PM
Using points to convert to gift cards would be the worst way to redeem. Try convert your points to airlines miles or even Wyndham Hotel points to maximize your points value.
Wyvern1 asked this question on 06-23-2022 at 01:15 PM
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Why get a credit card with annual fees when there are plenty without the fee
You're so cute
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Why get a credit card with annual fees when there are plenty without the fee
Bigger bonuses. Then once it's time to renew, you downgrade to a no annual fee card.
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Why get a credit card with annual fees when there are plenty without the fee
Cancel after one year. So effectively a $650 bonus.
Show me a no annual fee card with a ~$650 bonus... I'll wait.
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I recently applied for venture x card. Will I be eligible for this card? Also can I combine the point from the two cards?
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Cancel after one year. So effectively a $650 bonus.
Show me a no annual fee card with a ~$650 bonus... I'll wait.
They don't exist but also that's not what this is as you pay $98 for trial year. There are better comparable offers with that annual fee. Pretty good deal for anyone consider VentureX for sure. Save 350 AF, same bonus value. I've heard the Capital one booking system has slim options but wonder if anyone with more experience can weigh in on that?
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They don't exist but also that's not what this is as you pay $98 for trial year. There are better comparable offers with that annual fee. Pretty good deal for anyone consider VentureX for sure. Save 350 AF, same bonus value. I've heard the Capital one booking system has slim options but wonder if anyone with more experience can weigh in on that?
I've booked flights on the travel site. The selection is about par what you see on Google flights. I do only see Spirit, Frontier, Delta, AA and United flights and their prices match the price on the other travel sites. They also do price protection if you book a flight when they suggest you to do it and if the price drops within a week, then they'll credit you the difference. I got back $30 for one flight.
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any idea about credit score and credit history requirements for this card? I just want to check roughly if I fall in this credit card eligibility criteria
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So I got this card with the 75k points promo. Pluses: Comes with two memberships to Priority Pass, yours and another card holder. Downside: Points have very limited transfers to other travel partners. Points usage for reservations must be made on their website, which has limited numbers of hotels.
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So I got this card with the 75k points promo. Pluses: Comes with two memberships to Priority Pass, yours and another card holder. Downside: Points have very limited transfers to other travel partners. Points usage for reservations must be made on their website, which has limited numbers of hotels.
Priority Pass? Are you sure? I only see 2 free visits per year to Capital One lounges.
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Priority Pass? Are you sure? I only see 2 free visits per year to Capital One lounges.
The Venture X has complimentary Priority Pass. This just the Venture card, which you are correct, only has access to Capital One lounges.
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This is my primary card. Never had an issue redeeming miles either through their portal or applying them retroactively to a flight purchased directly with an airline or travel agency (believe it will find airline charges automatically within 90 days of purchase). You can also just apply the miles towards your statement balance if you don't travel much.

Best travel perk is the free Global Entry/TSA precheck that saves quite a bit of time depending on the airports you frequent.

The Capitol One lounges are only $65 without a card FWIW, and the only one is currently in Terminal D at DFW. Just went last week, was pretty nice. On par with AA's Admirals Club and the like, will be a much better travel perk whenever they finally get around to putting them in more airports.

Aside from that Capitol One's Eno virtual card service is pretty nice and I wish everybody offered something similar.
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So I got this card with the 75k points promo. Pluses: Comes with two memberships to Priority Pass, yours and another card holder. Downside: Points have very limited transfers to other travel partners. Points usage for reservations must be made on their website, which has limited numbers of hotels.
This is really helpful; they make it sound like it's super liberal and transfers to anything/everything. Apparently not so.
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I've heard the Capital one booking system has slim options but wonder if anyone with more experience can weigh in on that?
I liked it. It was simple to use and easier to get a hold of them the hotel themselves.

One thing I learned is that the service has it's own rooms blocked. So the rooms aren't what the hotels have.


Advantage: if rooms are sold out due to an event, this could be easier to book through capital one. In my case I wanted a really nice suite where the hotel was sold out of, but capital one still had some available.

Negative: you can't use rewards programs with the hotel. That's annoying as bc I'm cheap and trying to maximize. Also it means you have to book things separately (like a cabana in my case).
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