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Capital One “Rewards miles” post w/ purchase (no waiting for statement)

With the recent enhancements to Capital One’s Rewards miles programs (with the Venture and Spark Miles cards, which now transfer to airline miles, can be combined easily with your other miles-earning cards or even with other Capital One customers, and might even make these cards even better than the old SPG cards), I’ve been putting more spend on my Capital One cards than I had in years. That led me to discover something interesting and…

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The best hotel credit card ever

What is the best hotel credit card there has ever been? If you’d say the old SPG card, I’d have been with you until the early hours this morning. If you’d have said the Hilton Aspire to me yesterday, I might not have argued with you much. And if you’re ready to call me a soulless shill for the credit card companies when I tell you that it is neither of those cards, just do us…

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Capital One “Rewards miles” Complete Guide

We’ve previously published complete guides to most transferable points programs, including Chase Ultimate Rewards, Citi ThankYou Points, and Amex Membership Rewards. Now that Capital One has added transfer partners and initiated the ability to transfer Capital One “miles” to anyone with an eligible account, it was time to write up a complete overview of their Capital One Venture miles and Capital One Spark Miles program… Capital One “Rewards miles” (which aren’t really airline miles, but…

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Wow! Capital One miles now transfer & a huge bonus

In a move that even Miss Cleo couldn’t have predicted, Capital One has introduced a couple of huge new welcome bonuses (that require massive spend) and announced that miles earned on the Venture Rewards and Spark Miles cards will soon be transferable. This is huge news and a fascinating shake-up in the transferable currency game. It furthermore falls in line with this morning’s post about the opportunity cost of earning miles — though in this case, Capital…

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