Updated Offers: Capital One Venture X Business and Capital One Spark Cash Plus

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Falmouth, Jamaica - June 03 2015: Royal Caribbean Independence of the Seas cruise ship docked at the Falmouth Cruise Port in Jamaica. (©iStock.com/Debbie Ann Powell)
Royal Caribbean's Independence of the Seas (©iStock.com/Debbie Ann Powell)

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The Capital One Venture X Business and Capital One Spark Cash Plus big early spend bonus offers expired on March 11, 2024. (We told you to take advantage of them while you could!) But if you’re still interested in these great cards, here are the current early spend bonuses.

New members of the Capital One Venture X Business card can earn 150,000 bonus miles after spending $30,000 on eligible purchases within three (3) months of being approved for membership.

Capital One Venture X Business

The Cap One Venture X Business earns 2X miles on every eligible purchase. (Except flights booked through Capital One Travel. Those earn 5X miles. Hotels and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel earn 10X.

Capital One Miles transfer at 1:1 ratio to a host of airlines and hotels (unless denoted otherwise):

  • ALL – Accor Live Limitless (2:1)
  • Aeromexico Club Premier
  • Air Canada – Aeroplan
  • Air France-KLM Flying Blue
  • Avianca LifeMiles
  • British Airways Executive Club
  • Cathay Pacific – Asia Miles
  • Choice Privileges
  • Emirates Skywards
  • Etihad Guest
  • EVA Air – Infinity MileageLands (2:1.5)
  • Finnair Plus
  • Qantas Frequent Flyer
  • Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer
  • TAP Miles&Go
  • Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles
  • Virgin Red
  • Wyndham Rewards

You can also apply the miles at a rate of 1 mile = 1 cent toward travel purchases through Capital One Travel.

Like its personal/consumer counterpart (the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card) the business flavor comes with access to Capital One Airport Lounges and a Priority Pass Select membership. Plus, there’s an annual $300 travel credit and yearly gift of 10,000 bonus miles starting your second year of card membership.

If you’re conservative and value Cap One miles at a cent each, the annual bonus miles and $300 travel credit help come out ahead of the card’s $395 annual fee.

Two empty chairs on a cruise ship balcony overlook the wake of the ship
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If you’re more into cash, the Capital One Spark Cash Plus offers a bonus structure similar-ish to the Capital One Venture X Business card’s

New cardholders can earn a one-time cash bonus of $1,200 once you spend $30,000 within three (3) months of being approved for card membership.

The Spark Cash Plus earns unlimited 2% cash back on each eligible purchase. Hotels and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel earn unlimited 5% cash back.

The card carries a $150 annual fee, which is refundable if you make $150,000 in purchases during a calendar year.

Time to Set Sail

The Capital One Venture X Business and Capital One Spark Cash Plus big early spend bonus offers expired on March 11, 2024. But they still feature good offers and are very solid cards for travelers.

 

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