Capital One Announces Limited-Time Sign-up Bonus for Spark Business Credit Cards

Capital One Announces Limited-Time Sign-up Bonus for Spark Business Credit Cards

October 22, 2019         Written By Bill Hardekopf

Starting today, October 22, Capital One is enhancing the sign-up bonus for Spark business credit cards. For a limited time, the Spark Cash for Business will come with up to $2,000 in bonus cash, and the Spark Miles for Business will offer up to 200,000 bonus miles.

New Spark Cash for Business cardholders can earn a $500 bonus after spending $5,000 on their card in the first three months. They can earn an additional $1,500 if they spend $50,000 in the first six months. This is in addition to the 2% cash back the card offers for all purchases.

With the Sparks Miles Card, business owners can earn 50,000 miles after spending $5,000 in the first three months; then 150,000 miles after spending $50,000 in the first six months. This card also comes with 5X miles for hotel and rental car reservations made through Capital One Travel, and 2X miles for all other purchases.

Both Spark business cards have no annual fee for the first year, and $95 in subsequent years. Employee cards are free, and employers can set spending limits for employee cards.

Earlier this year, Capital One added TSA Pre✓® and Global Entry reimbursement to Spark Miles for Business. Cardholders can receive a statement credit of up to $100 every four years to cover these travel expenses. TSA Pre✓® costs $85 for five years, and Global Entry costs $100 for five years.



The information contained within this article was accurate as of October 22, 2019. For up-to-date
information on any of the terms, cards or offers mentioned above, visit the issuer's website.


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