It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a big list of credit card bonuses in one place, so… Note: given changes in offers, the total amount has dropped below $800. If you see any new offers appear, please list them in the comments. Here’s a list of five cards that will get you signup bonuses for credit card with rewards. In all offers listed below there’s either no annual fee, or there is an introductory fee of $0 for the first year.
Yes, there are spending requirements, so you’ll have to plan ahead, but… There’s cash on the table if you’re willing to jump through some hoops.
Ready? Here we go…
Signup bonus: $100 cash back When: After $500 in purchases w/in first 3 months of account opening Annual fee: None Benefits: 5% cash back on up to $1,500 spent in rotating categories when you enroll each quarter; 0% introductory APR balance transfer for 15 months
Capital One Venture Rewards Card
Signup bonus: 10k miles (one-time bonus) When: After $1,000 in purchases w/in first 3 months Annual fee: $0 intro for the first year; $59 after that Benefits: Two miles per dollar on every purchase
Signup bonus: 10k points (can be redeemed for $100 toward travel or other rewards) When: After $500 in purchases w/in first 3 months from account opening Annual fee: None Benefits: Earn 2 points per dollar spent on dining at restaurants and 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases
Chase Sapphire Preferred
Signup bonus: 40k points (can be redeemed for $500 toward travel rewards; details) When: After $3,000 in purchases w/in first 3 months from account opening Annual fee: $0 Intro Annual Fee, after that $95 Benefits: 2 points per dollar spent on travel and dining at restaurants & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases
3 Responses to “Credit Card Bonus Offers: $800+ Worth of Deals!”
This is great stuff, thank you. I just recently spent my Home Depot gift cards from the last sign up bonus from Citi and going to cancel the cards in a few months to avoid the annual fee.
I would really like to hear someone’s experience with one of the big sign up bonuses. I am also going to be getting refinance quotes soon, and then I will be able to see if this practice has significantly affected my FICO score.
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