Visa Business Platinum with Preferred No Hassle Miles
By Jeremy M. Simon | Published: June 29, 2007
Airline miles. Merchandise. Cash back. What about all three?
Earning airline miles, merchandise and cash back is possible with the Visa Business Platinum with Preferred No Hassle Miles. This business credit card from "No Hassle" pioneers Capital One lets business owners earn lots of bonus miles, with flexible redemption options.
Business credit card users can really rack up the miles. In fact, they can earn as much as 10,000 bonus miles in their very first year, with 5,000 miles provided on their first purchase and 5,000 bonus miles annually when at least $5,000 is charges in purchases to their Visa Business Platinum with Preferred No Hassle Miles card.
Even after the first year, miles continue to add up fast, as every dollar spent earns the cardholder one mile. Since there is no limit to the number of miles earned and no expiration date on those miles, Capital One credit card users can build up a huge batch of miles over time.
When cardholders decide to redeem miles for air travel, the Visa Business Platinum with Preferred No Hassle Miles continues to makes things easy. Miles earned with the credit card can be redeemed for flights on any airline, without any blackout dates or seat restrictions.
Plus, there is no annual fee on the credit card, or any cost for additional employee credit cards.
Cutting travel expenses is easy with the Visa Business Platinum with Preferred No Hassle Miles credit card.
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