For example, the Ink Cash card offers 1 - 5% cash back on purchases and an initial bonus of $750 for spending $7,500 in the first 3 months. Another good business rewards credit card is the Capital One Spark Miles for Business card. It offers an initial bonus of 50,000 miles for spending $4,500 in the first 3 months. Plus, you can earn 2 miles per $1 on all purchases.
The rewards earned with your BB&T credit card can be redeemed for items posted on the BB&T Spectrum Rewards Program website at BBT.com.
Rewards may also be redeemed by calling the BB&T Rewards Center at 800-778-1721.
You can redeem cash rewards as a statement credit to your account or mailed to you in the form of a check, and for gift certificates. Members may also redeem rewards for airline travel.… read full answer
The BB&T credit cards offer rewards in the form of cash back and miles, depending on the card. The earning rate varies as well. For instance, the BB&T Spectrum Cash Rewards Credit Card offers 3% cash back on gas, 2% cash back on utilities and groceries on up to $1,000 of combined monthly spend, and 1% cash back on all other purchases.
The starting credit limit for the Truist Enjoy Cash Secured Credit Card is based on Truist’s assessment of each application. Unfortunately, Truist does not disclose a minimum credit limit for the card. Certain factors, such as payment history and income, will be taken into consideration, so the card’s credit limit will be different for each applicant.… read full answer
Keep in mind that you will have to make a deposit equal to the credit line that you get approved for when you open your card account.
Please note that the initial credit limit could change over time. Truist will evaluate your account periodically to determine whether you're eligible for a credit line increase. If you use your card responsibly, Truist might grant you an increase to your credit line.
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