3% cash back on dining, select grocery stores, entertainment, and streaming services: The card reserves its highest cash-back level for dining, grocery, entertainment, and online streaming purchases. All other purchases earn at the card’s standard 1% rate. Unlike some rewards credit cards with elevated rewards categories, Capital One doesn’t put a cap on how much cash back you can reap. You’ll earn all you can eat.
$200 intro cash bonus: You can earn a relatively easy $200 by spending only $500 within three months of the account opening.
0% intro APR on purchases for 15 months: I tend to be partial to cards with 0% intro APR regimes that last more than a year and 15 months leaves plenty of time to effectively finance expensive purchases interest-free.
No annual fee: It isn’t unusual for an issuer to tack an annual fee onto a rewards card; thankfully, that’s not the case here.
Extremely flexible cash-back redemption options: You can redeem cash back for any amount you choose, and you don’t have to be quick about it — the cash back you earn never expires as long as you hold the card.
No foreign transaction fee: Eat your way around the world! Cardholders pay no foreign transaction fees on their purchases outside the U.S.
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