Capital One Offers Easy Cash with New Quicksilver Cards
Capital One Financial Corporation launched Capital One Quicksilver®, two new cash back credit cards that offer a simple way to earn and redeem cash back rewards. These cards are Quicksilver® Cash Rewards Credit Card and QuicksilverOne® Cash Rewards Credit Card for people with excellent credit history and with average credit accordingly.
New cards come without restrictions that are commonly found in other rewards cards. They allow consumers to earn unlimited 1.5 percent cash back on every purchase and every day. The Quicksilver Cash Rewards Credit Card also has a one-time bonus: customers have the opportunity to earn $100 once they spend $500 within the first three months.
Today many cash back credit cards have limits on the amount of rewards consumers can earn. The issuers put caps on the cash back earned and require consumers to sign up for rotating bonus categories. So many consumers who have a cash rewards credit card balk at singing up for specific categories. But Capital One’s Quicksilver credit cards have no limits on the amount of cash back cardholders can earn and there are no rotating categories and no sing-ups required to earn the 1.5% cash back.
In addition to cash back and no category sing-up requirements, Quicksilver does not charge foreign exchange fees. All these features combined together can make Quicksilver cards the best cash back options for consumers.
Quicksilver cards offer an easy and flexible redemption process for consumers to enjoy their cash back rewards. Capital One took away the limit on to how much cash you can earn. And once you earn your cash back, Quicksilver givs you the opportunity to redeem your rewards at anytime via check, gift card, statement credit or a charitable donation.
Here’s the quick review of Capital One Quicksilver®:
- NO caps on the amount of cash that can be earned
- NO complicated sign-ups required
- NO minimums that make redeeming cash rewards difficult
- NO expiration date for rewards
- NO foreign transaction fees (like all other Capital One cards)
- 1.5% cash back on every purchase, every day
- $100 bonus once you spend $500 within the first 3 months (only for eligible consumers with excellent credit)
People ask for simplicity and Capital One makes it simple. Quicksilver is one step ahead of all other cash back cards.
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