No, the Capital One VentureOne does not offer roadside assistance. The Capital One VentureOne has never offered a roadside assistance benefit, though cardholders may be eligible for roadside assistance through alternate sources, like their auto insurance carrier, an auto club such as AAA, or their vehicle’s manufacturer.
The best Capital One VentureOne benefits are travel accident insurance and rental car insurance. The Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card also has extended warranty and virtual card numbers, which are more common perks across Capital One credit cards.
Along with these benefits, the Capital One VentureOne credit card has a $0 annual fee and gives rewards on all purchases. As long as you have good credit, the Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card is certainly a card to consider adding to your wallet.
World Mastercard benefits: These include standard Mastercard benefits such as car rental insurance, extended warranty and price protection. Benefits like travel accident and trip cancellation insurance are also included.… read full answer
Extra Travel Insurance: $1,000,000 in travel accident insurance ($800,000 more than World Mastercard)
World Elite Programs: Exclusive discounts and complimentary extras for hotel stays, air travel, cruises, tours, ride-sharing, online shopping, food delivery services, and more.
Premium Experiences: Exclusive access and VIP treatment with discounts to a wide range of experiences. These include activities in over 40 cities around the world (private tours, cooking lessons, meet and greets, and more), golfing experiences with PGA Tour and exclusive access to clubs worldwide.
One of the best World Elite Mastercard credit cards is the Citi® / AAdvantage® Platinum Select® World Elite Mastercard®. In addition to all the World Elite perks, you’ll get a bonus of 50,000 miles for spending $2,500 in the first 3 months. This co-branded airline miles card also comes with a 0% foreign transaction fee. And it features a $0 intro 1st yr, $99 afterannual fee.
The Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select’s travel-friendly features include 2 miles per $1 spent on eligible American Airlines purchases, 2 miles per $1 at gas stations and restaurants, 1 mile per $1 on all other purchases. Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select also offers preferred boarding and a free checked bag for the cardholder and up to four companions.
Visaroadside assistance covers standard towing, tire changes, jumpstarts, locksmiths, fuel delivery, and winching for any Visa credit card customer. Visa Roadside Dispatch, as the program is officially known, costs $69.95 per service call. That amount must be charged to your Visa card. But there is no fee or registration required for access. And there’s no limit to how many times you can use this service. You simply call … read full answer(800) 847-2869 anytime you need Visa Roadside assistance, 24/7.
Visa roadside service coordinates your service request with local contractors. So, additional services may be available at a higher cost. For example, additional fees apply to tows over 5 miles and winching exceeding 100 ft.
Here is what Visa roadside assistance covers:
Jumpstarting – Battery boost
Standard Towing – Up to 5 miles included
Tire Changing – You must have usable, inflated spare
Lockout Service – No key replacement
Fuel Delivery – Up to 5 gallons, plus the cost of fuel
Standard Winching – On up to 100 ft. of paved or county-maintained road.
Visa Roadside Dispatch is not free but it may cost less than other local options. If you do not have the time to compare cost, you can at least rely on Visa roadside assistance being available 24/7.
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