Cards of the month are cards that have higher than usual welcome offers. For the month of November, here are the ones that caught our attention.
Before we dive in, I usually recommend these cards for people who are over Chase 5/24. If you are still under 5/24, I recommend going for travel cards like the Chase Hyatt or the United Explorer card.
Bank of America Travel Rewards
No annual fee
Signup bonus: 25,000 points after $1,000 of spend within the first 3 months
No foreign transaction fees
Earn 1.5 points for every $1 you spend
Value of the signup bonus:
25k bonus * 1 cents per point (1 CPP) = $250 in value
$250 bonus / $1,000 min spend = 25% return on spend
The Travel Rewards card usually has a 20,000 point signup bonus. It currently has an increased offer of 25,000 points. View our full review of the Travel Rewards card below.
Capital One Venture
[ Update June 2019 ] The Capital One Venture offer is now 50,000 miles after spending $3,000 within the first 3 months of account opening. Learn more about the card in this post: https://www.asksebby.com/credit-cards/capital-one-venture
The Capital One Venture card recently added 12 airline transfer partners. There’s an increased 75,000 point offer that’s available on Capital One’s site.
Annual fee: $95, waived the first year
Signup bonus: 75,000 miles after $3,000 in spend within the first 90 days (OFFER EXPIRED)
Earn 10X miles at hotels.com
Earn 2X miles all other purchases
$100 Global Entry/TSA PreCheck credit
Barclays Arrival Plus
Signup bonus: 70,000 miles after $5,000 in spend within the first 3 months
Annual fee: $89, waived the first year
Earn 2X miles on every purchase
Get 5% miles back to use toward your next redemption, every time you redeem
International Chip and PIN to use at self-service chip terminals around the world
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