Earn a Quick 50,000 Miles or $500 Cash Bonus With These New Card Offers

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If you’re running a business, you know that you need to keep an eye on every expense and every income stream. Every buck counts.

That’s where two new credit cards from Capital One come in — with generous cash back or mileage rewards that can help boost your bottom line.

Capital One Spark Miles for Business

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Why we like it: This card offers a generous bonus of 50,000 reward miles after reaching a relatively modest early-spend threshold of $4,500 — and 2 reward miles for every $1 you spend. Plus, those miles don’t expire for the life of the account, and can be redeemed flexibly, using any airline and without blackout dates or seat restrictions. If you’re a road warrior, this card is a great choice for you.

More highlights:

  • Get a bonus of 50,000 reward miles after you have spent $4,500 within three months of opening the account.
  • Two reward miles for every $1 spent.
  • No limit on reward miles, which can be redeemed on any airline, with no blackout dates or seat restrictions.
  • No foreign transaction fees.
  • No annual fee for the first year; $95 per year after that.
Click here for full details on this card and to compare it with other offers.

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Capital One Spark Cash for Business

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Why we like it: This is a great card if your business requires lots of supplies — whether that means balls of yarn, reams of paper or yards of concrete. This card offers a one-time $500 cash-back bonus after spending $4,500 with the card in the first three months, plus 2 percent cash back on every purchase.

More highlights:

  • 2 percent cash back on purchases — with potential to pump thousands of dollars back into your business each year.
  • Get employee cards at no additional cost, and rewards from their use on business expenditures.
  • A one-time $500 bonus after spending $4,500 on purchases within three months of opening the account.
  • No annual fee for the first year; $95 per year after that.
Click here for all the details on this card and to compare it with other offers.

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