If you have a Capital One Quicksilver card, you can use the Capital One mobile app to manage your account. To use the app after downloading it from the App Store or Google Play, tap the Capital One icon on your mobile device, then sign in with the same credentials you would use for your Capital One Quicksilver online account.
Once signed in, tap the Capital One Quicksilver account profile box. You can now view recent statements and transactions, check a balance, make a payment, redeem rewards and more. You can also access multiple Capital One accounts without having to sign out of the app and sign back in.
Here’s what you can redeem your Capital One Quicksilver for:
Redemption options include cash back in the form of a check or a statement credit, gift cards, and Amazon.com purchases made through “Shop With Rewards”. Cardholders can also redeem rewards for a charitable donation or toward previous purchases.
Paper checks and gift cards typically take 2-3 weeks to arrive by mail. Other redemptions will appear on your statement within 1-2 billing periods.
Ultimately, it’s worth noting that Capital One Quicksilver rewards do not have a minimum redemption amount for cash back. Also, your rewards never expire as long as your account is active and in good standing.
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