Credit Card Glossary: Terms and Definitions
A sign-up bonus is an enticement offered by card issuers to consumers for applying and using a card. Sign-up bonuses have become generous in recent years, sometimes as much as 100,000 points. Typically, the cardholder must “earn” the bonus by reaching a spending threshold in a limited initial period, for example, by spending $3,000 on a card in the first 90 days after opening the account. Compare sign-up bonus credit card offers.
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