Brex Card for Startups
Perfect for tech companies and early-stage corporations with professional funding (U.S. EIN and at least $100,000 in a corporate bank account required). No personal guarantee and no impact on your personal credit score. The best rewards for startups: 7x on rideshare, 4x on travel, 3x on restaurants, 2x on software subscriptions, and 1x on everything else. Brex cards are issued on the Mastercard network. Enjoy worldwide acceptance with no foreign transaction fees. Limits 10-20x higher than traditional business cards. Easy online application with instant approvals: Get a virtual card in 5 minutes and a physical card in the mail in 3-5 days. Save time with automated receipt-capture via text and email and integrations with all major accounting software. Build business credit: Brex partners with Experian and D&B to report your on-time payments. Exclusive signup offers from the best providers in the startup ecosystem (e.g. AWS, Google Ads, WeWork, Salesforce) worth over $50,000 in value.
Effort to Apply
A great card for startups that meet the minimum balance required and have cash on hand to pay in full each month.
Does not take personal credit into account. Big rewards in popular business expense categories. No annual fee and no foreign transaction fees.
Only available to venture-backed startups with at least $100,000 in their corporate bank account. No signup bonus on initial spending.
Features & Benefits
Signup discounts with providers of the startup ecosystem (e.g., AWS, Google Ads, WeWork, Salesforce, etc.) worth over $25,000 in value.
All charges made on this charge card are due and payable when you receive your periodic statement.
7x on rideshare, 4x on travel, 3x on restaurants, 2x on software subscriptions & 1 point per dollar on all other purchases.
Foreign Transaction Fee
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