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Business Owners “Venture” to new Heights with Capital One

  By Steven Gibbs May 15, 2010


Capital One Business Credit CardAre you a business owner looking for a reward credit card where you can earn more on purchases? If so you may now be in luck as issuers have started to put more focus on not only your needs but your wants as well. While recent voluntary moves by multiple issuers now make business credit cards a little more cardholder friendly, there has also been many cards released that offer great rewards. One of those cards is from Capital One as they have decided to give both small and large businesses the same benefits and reward as consumers by recently announcing the release of the Venture for Business Card.


Much like the card that offers consumers double miles on every dollar used in a purchase, it offers business the same and other features and benefits including the following:

  • Double miles per dollar on every purchase
  • Up to 15,000 in bonus miles (which includes 5,000 for signing up)
  • Ability to redeem for travel, cash back and much more
  • Annual fee free for the first year
  • No foreign transaction fees

When it comes to reward credit cards, they have grown in popularity tremendously over the past couple of years within the United States. While most have been for consumers looking to get more on their everyday purchases, businesses too have been utilizing reward cards that could help cut cost in the long run. Within the last couple of months we have seen numerous reward business cards become available from multiple issuers and it does not look like this trend will let up any time soon. As long as rewards continue to competitive, business should be able to reap the rewards from the healthy card issuer competition.


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