Capital One Cardholders: Free Global Museum Tickets via The Cultivist

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Capital One credit cardholders can get 6 months of free access to 100+ museums worldwide via The Cultivist (valid for cardholder & up to three guests). Visit thecultivist.com/capitalone and input the 16 digits of your eligible Capital One credit card in the checkout process to receive 6 months of complimentary Enthusiast level membership (usually $40 a month, so technically a $240 value).

The Membership Offer is only available to Capital One cardholders, age 18 or older, with an eligible U.S.-issued, Capital One branded, consumer or small business credit card (“Eligible Capital One Cardholders”). Limit one Membership Offer per Eligible Capital One Cardholder. Offer provides one hundred eighty (180) days of complimentary membership for the enrolled Eligible Capital One Cardholder in ‘The Enthusiast’ level of membership with The Cultivist (the “Membership Offer”).

Warning: The ongoing monthly membership fee of $40 will be automatically billed after complimentary membership expires. Set a calendar reminder. You may cancel at any time. Since it only lasts for 6 months, you may wish to delay the activation of your 6-month free membership until later and also allowing you to cancel earlier.

Here is their full Museum list. The list is subject to change, but here are just a few examples:

  • New York City – Guggenheim and The Met
  • San Francisco – SFMOMA
  • Chicago – Art Institute of Chicago
  • London – National Portrait Gallery
  • Paris – Louvre (7-day advance notice) and Musee D’Orsay

Even a single museum visit can save your household a good chunk of money. For some museums, you just have to show your Cultivist membership card at the entrance. For others, you must contact them and have them issue free, skip-the-line tickets for you. There are reports that they are a bit overwhelmed right now, so definitely put in your request as early as possible. Pack your patience, but if urgent consider giving them a phone call them to expedite.

If you have any sort of Capital One consumer or small business card, you can input your 16-digit card number and see if it works. Looks like I can wring yet another benefit out of my Capital One Venture X Rewards card! 🤑

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  1. So I can enroll and activate it later?

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