Capital One VentureOne also has a $0 foreign transaction fee, which makes it an ideal travel companion and a good option for shopping online, through international merchants. And you won’t have to notify the issuer of your travel plans, due to the added security of the Capital One VentureOne chip.
Capital One VentureOne belongs to the Mastercard network, but keep in mind that networks are subject to change, so new applicants should check the network logo at the top of the application to find out whether their card will be issued as a VISA or a Mastercard. Either way, Capital One VentureOne cardholders don’t have to worry about acceptance as the two networks are the most widely accepted, both in the U.S, and abroad.
Capital One VentureOne is a Mastercard. That means it comes with a collection of perks provided by the Mastercard network. Travel benefits include rental car insurance, travel assistance services and emergency card services. You can also use the VentureOne Mastercard in more than 210 countries and territories.
In addition to its Mastercard benefits, the VentureOne card has some very attractive rewards, rates, and fees, which Capital One is responsible for. There’s a sign-up bonus of 20,000 miles, worth $200 in travel. You also get 5 miles per $1 spent on hotels and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel, and 1.25 miles per $1 on all other purchases. Miles are worth 1.25 cents when redeemed for travel through the Venture Rewards website. The card also has a, intro APR of 0% for 15 months on purchases and balance transfers, a $0 annual fee and a $0 foreign transaction fee.… read full answer
Capital One VentureOne Mastercard benefits
Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver. Covers you against damage or theft up to the actual cash value of the rental vehicle. Must purchase your entire rental with your VentureOne card and decline the rental company’s collision damage waiver.
Extended Warranty. Doubles the original manufacturer's warranty, up to a maximum of 24 months, for eligible items purchased with your card.
Travel Assistance Services. Available 24/7 to help connect you with local emergency and assistance resources when you're away from home.
You can use the Capital One VentureOne Mastercard in more than 210+ countries and territories worldwide, all without paying any foreign transaction fees.
The Capital One VentureOne foreign transaction fee is $0. This means you will not be charged extra when you use the card outside the U.S. or online through an international merchant. Capital One doesn’t charge foreign transaction fees on any of its credit cards.
Foreign transaction fees on other cards typically range from … read full answer0% - 3%, depending on the card and the issuer.
Here are some other Capital One VentureOne perks:
In addition to the $0 foreign transaction fee, Capital One VentureOne has other features which make it an attractive travel rewards card. It offers unlimited 1.25 - 5 miles per $1 spent on purchases. The earned miles never expire as long as you keep the account open. Plus, you can transfer your miles to over 15+ travel loyalty programs.
Other features include a $0 annual fee and an initial bonus of 20,000 miles for spending $500 in the first 3 months. The bonus miles are worth $200 when you redeem them for travel.
You can redeem rewards on a Capital One credit card by signing in in to your account online or by using the Capital One mobile app, and clicking on the “View Rewards” button or the rewards total at the top of the page. From there, you’ll see a list of rewards redemption options.… read full answer
The exact options depend on which Capital One credit card you have, but some common things you can do with your rewards include getting gift cards, paying for specific purchases or redeeming for cash back as a statement credit or paper check. You can also transfer your rewards to another Capital One credit card account.
How to Redeem Rewards on Popular Capital One Credit Cards
Miles can be redeemed for travel booking through the Capital One portal, or to “pay for” eligible travel purchases made in the past 90 days – from plane tickets to rideshare charges. You can also redeem your miles for gift cards, for cash back as a statement credit or a check, or you can transfer your miles to another Capital One account or an outside travel loyalty program.
Rewards can be redeemed as a statement credit or checks, or for gift cards. You can also redeem for credits toward previous purchases or share your rewards with another Capital One account (yours or someone else’s).
Rewards can be redeemed for cash back (as a statement credit or a check), gift cards, or credits toward previous purchases.
Capital One gives customers with cash back credit cards – Capital One Quicksilver, Capital One QuicksilverOne, Capital One Savor, Capital One SavorOne, and Capital One Journey – the option to set up automatic cash back redemptions when their rewards balance reaches a certain amount (with options starting at $25). You can also set up annual rewards redemption.
To set up auto-redemption, go to the Capital One rewards redemption page while you’re logged in, and click on the “Rewards Settings” tab. You can choose to redeem for statement credits or paper checks in the mail.
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