Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card: 2 Miles Per Dollar on Every Purchase + 75,000 Bonus Miles Offer

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Offer increased to 75k. The Capital One Venture Rewards credit card is their premium travel rewards card with unlimited 2 Miles per dollar on all purchases. 75,000 miles can be redeemed as a $750 credit towards any travel purchase made with the card (any airline, any hotel, AirBNB stays, Uber rides, no blackout dates). Here are the highlights:

  • One-time 75,000 bonus miles once you spend $4,000 on purchases within 3 months from account opening, equal to $750 in travel
  • 2 Miles per dollar on every purchase, every day.
  • 5 Miles per dollar on hotels and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel.
  • Up to $100 application fee credit for Global Entry or TSA PreCheck.
  • Enjoy two complimentary visits per year to Capital One Lounges or to 100+ Plaza Premium Lounges through the Partner Lounge Network
  • 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
  • Miles won’t expire for the life of the account and there’s no limit to how many you can earn.
  • Enrich every hotel stay from the Lifestyle Collection with a suite of cardholder benefits, like a $50 experience credit, room upgrades, and more.
  • No foreign transaction fees.
  • $95 annual fee.

(Capital One’s “ultra-premium” card is the Venture X card, which has more perks including Priority Pass airport lounge access and a $300 annual travel credit through Capital One Travel, but also a higher $395 annual fee. This Venture card is more directly competitive with the Chase Sapphire Preferred, while the Venture X competes more directly with the Chase Sapphire Reserve.)

Redemption details. Capital One “miles” can be redeemed directly for a cash statement credit on a 1 mile = $0.01 basis when offsetting any travel purchase made on the card within the past 90 days. In other words, 50,000 miles = $500 toward travel. That means you can fly on any airline or stay at any hotel, pay with this card, and then “erase” that purchase using your miles balance later. This even includes AirBnB vacation rentals, car rentals, and Uber rides.

This means that earning 2 miles on on every $1 in purchases essentially makes this a 2% back card when applied towards travel. You also have the option of booking travel through their travel portal, similar to Chase Ultimate Rewards, but you are not required to do so. You have the flexibility of booking through them or making the purchase directly through the airline, hotel, car rental counter, etc.

Miles transfer options. Capital One now allows you to transfer your “miles” into select airline miles programs as well. Here are the airline transfer partners:

  • Aeromexico
  • Air France/KLM
  • Air Canada Aeroplan
  • Cathay Pacific Asia Miles
  • Avianca Lifemiles
  • British Airways Avios
  • Emirates Skywards
  • Etihad
  • EVA
  • Finnair
  • Qantas
  • Singapore Airlines Krisflyer
  • TAP Air Portugal
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Virgin Red

Hotel partners

  • Accor Live Limitless
  • Choice Hotels

If you know how to leverage one of these international airline miles programs, this can be a very valuable option. Otherwise, it’s nice to know you can always get a certain level of value by redeeming against any travel purchase.

Bottom line. The Capital One Venture Rewards credit card earns 2 Miles per dollar on every purchase, which you can either redeem against any travel purchase or transfer to one of their airline/hotel partners. Right now, there is an offer of 75,000 bonus miles, worth $750 towards travel.

Due to the $500+ first-year value, I will be adding this card to my list of Top 10 Best Credit Card Bonus Offers.

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  1. Hi Jonathan,

    Check out the NEW B of A Premium Rewards Travel Card. $95 fee per year, but rewards can be used for anything – statement credit, etc.

  2. Anyone new to Capital One credit card rewards should know that you can redeem your “miles” for gift cards, but other than a couple of exceptions the redemption rate is $.80 per 100 miles. In other words, your 100k mile bonus could be redeemed for $800 in gift cards should you choose that redemption offer. Still an excellent bonus, albeit for a big spending requirement.

    • How close to ‘cash’ are the gift cards? eg I consider Amazon gift cards to basically be ‘cash’ as I shop there so often, but on the other hand, if the giftcards are things like Macys, Red Lobster, etc, then they are far less useful.

  3. Do these points expire if you close the card? ($95 annual fee) – Do you know if you can switch it over to another non-fee based Capital One card to retain? With travel being unlikely in the next year not sure if it’s worth it to earn and hold if annual fee is involved.

    • I believe that you do need an active Capital One card to keep the points, but you can downgrade to a no annual fee version (VentureOne) and/or transfer the points to another Capital One card that you own or even another person’s Capital One miles-earning account. So you do have some options.

  4. Anybody know if I’m eligible for the welcome deal if I already had this card? I believe I closed the Venture card in 2020?

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