BBVA points are worth 1 cent per point, on average. For example, 1,000 points from BBVA are worth $10 when redeemed for account credit - the only redemption method available through the BBVA CompassPoints program.
You can have multiple BBVA Compass credit cards, but not the same credit card twice. Since BBVA has no cap on how many accounts you can have at them, you could own all 4 cards.
It's reasonable to consider having multiple cards for lowering interest rates, avoiding fees or taking advantage of the rewards offered. However, having too many credit cards can lower your credit score.… read full answer
You should only consider multiple cards if the value is more than the cost of maintaining the account.
BBVA Compass ClearPoints is a decent card, but it depends how you use it.
On one hand, it is more affordable than the average low interest rate card and offers a long introductory period on balance transfers and new purchases (0% for 13 months), though also a higher-than-average balance transfer fee (4% (min $10)).… read full answer
On the other hand, it has a modest sign up bonus ($100 statement credit to new cardholders who manage to spend $1,500 in the first three months of membership) and an average rewards program.
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