The Capital One Venture sign up bonus is 60,000 miles for spending $3,000 in the first 3 months.
Keep in mind that cash advances, balance transfers and fees are not considered purchases and will not count toward the signup bonus spending requirement. Cardholders who qualify will receive the bonus within 2 billing periods. The signup bonus is available only to new cardholders. You can redeem your Capital One Venture signup bonus miles for travel purchases, cash (statement credit or check) or gift cards.
Once earned, bonus miles will never expire. But if you or Capital One closes your account, you will lose any unredeemed bonus miles.
To complete the Capital One Venture application, you’ll need your annual income, monthly housing payment amount, Social Security Number and contact information. You’ll also need to create an account on capitalone.com before submitting your Capital One Venture card application online. Capital One Venture applications can also be submitted by mail, at a bank branch, or by calling customer service.… read full answer
But before you fill out your Capital One Venture application, you’d be wise to check your latest credit score. Try to get pre-qualified for Capital One Venture, too. There’s no risk with either. They won’t affect your credit score. And they will give you a good sense of whether applying for the Capital One Venture card is the way to go.
Here are some Capital One Venture card application tips:
Check Credit Score: You need a 700+ credit score (good credit) for good approval odds.
See If You’re Pre-Qualified: You can check for Capital One Venture card pre-qualification online. Your odds of approval are around 80%+ if you pre-qualify.
Personal Information: The first part of the Capital One Venture card application requires your full name, birthday, SSN, and U.S. citizenship status.
Contact Information: Provide your living address, mailing address, email address and phone number. P.O. box addresses aren’t accepted.
Financial Information: Select your employment status: employed, student, retired, unemployed or “other.” List your total annual income and monthly rent or mortgage payment.
Communication Agreement: Agree to the Electronic Communications Disclosure. This allows Capital One to communicate with you about your Capital One Venture card application and account by email.
Review the Fine Print: The Capital One Venture card’s terms are at the bottom of the application. Make sure you’re aware of all the fees, APRs, and rewards processes that could affect how much you’re able to save.
Submit Your Application: Hit the “Continue” button to complete your Capital One Venture card application. Well-qualified applicants may receive instant approval. Otherwise, you’ll get a decision by email within 7-10 business days. You will receive your card by mail within 7-10 business days of getting approved. There’s an option to pay $16 for faster delivery of 2-3 business days, too. Denied applications will get an email in 7-10 calendar days explaining Capital One’s reasoning.
The Capital One VentureOne credit score requirement is 700+; this means that you need at least good credit to be eligible for approval.
But issuers take far more than just an applicant’s credit score into account when making approval decisions; they consider your overall financial picture, including your income and existing debt obligations, so your credit rating can only be used as a guideline. If you’d like to see where your credit stands, and thus get a rough sense for your odds of approval, you can check your credit score for free on … read full answerWalletHub.
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