Credit card promotions change often, so if you see something you’re particularly interested in, you should consider applying for the Spark Cash Select with Bonus to take advantage of the offer while it’s available. Another factor in your decision to apply should also be whether this card will continue to be worthwhile even after its limited-time promotions end.
The best Spark business card is Capital One® Spark® Cash for Business because it gives 2% cash back on all purchases and offers a $500 cash bonus for spending $4,500 in the first 3 months. Capital One Spark Cash also has a $0 annual fee the first year ($95 after). … read full answer
Although Capital One Spark Cash is the best Capital One Spark card overall, the other options are certainly worth considering in the right situation. For example, if you plan to use your card more for travel, the best Spark business card is Capital One Spark Miles for Business. It gives 2 miles / $1 spent and offers a bonus of 50,000 miles.
Ultimately, each of the Capital One Spark business cards caters to different needs. But they have a few things in common, too. None of them charge foreign transaction fees, for example. And all of the Spark business cards let you get employee cards at no extra cost.
You can redeem Capital One Spark Business rewards by logging in to either the Capital One website or the mobile app, navigating to the rewards summary, and choosing a redemption amount and redemption method.
Miles can be redeemed for flights, hotels, vacation packages, and more, with no minimum redemption required. Cash back rewards can be redeemed for statement credits, checks, gift cards, and more at any time, with no minimum redemption threshold.
Here’s how to redeem Capital One Spark Business rewards:
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