Capital One Venture Card 2021 Review


Top perks

60,000 bonus miles: You’ll earn 60,000 miles when you spend $3,000 in the first three months of account opening. That’s equal to $600 in travel.

Unlimited 2 miles per $1: You won’t find a travel rewards card earning more than this on all purchases. There’s no need to pay attention to bonus categories, as you’ll earn a high rewards rate every time you use it.

Fixed-rate redemptions: Venture® miles are always worth $0.01 per mile toward travel expenses, so you can simply redeem your miles without worrying about what kind of value you’re getting. The redemption process itself is a breeze, and the best option is applying your miles as a statement credit toward previous travel purchases. By the way, Capital One classifies many types of transactions as travel, giving you ample opportunity to use your rewards.

$95 annual fee: For its benefits, the card has a reasonable annual fee of $95.

Up to $100 Global Entry/TSA Pre✓® credit: When you pay $100 for a Global Entry membership or $85 for a TSA Pre✓® membership, Capital One automatically credits you back. You can use this credit once every four years. Just so you know, a Global Entry membership also gets you a TSA Pre✓® membership, making it the easy choice.

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No foreign transaction fee: Have no fear of using your card internationally, as there’s no foreign transaction fee.


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