Capital One’s $2,000 Intro Offer Comes to an End

Capital One’s $2,000 Intro Offer Comes to an End

Capital One’s $2,000 Intro Offer Comes to an End

Advertiser & Editorial Disclosure

CapitalOne, always a solid choice for business owners looking for business credit cards, is coming through big this time. Effective 10/22/2019, the and have been rolling out much bigger, much improved limited time welcome offers. Unfortunately, this limited time offer came to an end on 1/27/2020.

Both cards are aimed more towards big spenders and waive the annual fee after the first year, and this new opportunity to earn big gave even more incentive to apply and wield this card for daily business purchases.

Current Rewards Offerings

The now offers a one-time $500 cash bonus once you spend $4,500 on purchases within 3 months from account opening.

The standard earning rate for the term of your card membership will remain the same at

With still valuable means to earn bonuses, the and are here to help take your business to the next level.

Keep in mind that both cards come with a $95 annual fee which is waived for the first year, but with this type of earning potential, you can earn that annual fee several times over just by going about business as usual.

Alternatives

If you’re not able to qualify for either of the above options, there are still other options available to you, although they may not have such generous offers for you.

For more options, see Nav’s articles on the best travel credit cards or best rewards credit cards for your small business. You can also check your personal and business credit scores for free with Nav, to get your business in a better position to qualify for financing. Nav’s Business Loan Builder plan gives you in-depth perspectives on your business credit so you can get set up to apply for a business loan and level up your business.

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This article was originally written on January 9, 2020 and updated on October 21, 2020.

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Connor Wilson

Connor Wilson is Nav's Content Manager. With experience in loan underwriting and credit review, he brings a strong desire to help business owners make the best financial decisions possible to every piece he writes and edits.

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5 responses to “Capital One’s $2,000 Intro Offer Comes to an End

  1. Can I get two CapitalOne Spark Cash business credit cards? I already have one for my S-corp and the card works well with my business model. My second business is a sole proprietorship. Wondering if I qualify for the bonus on the second card if I apply.