Capital One Venture Card 75K Bonus Miles Offer

Capital One Venture Card 75K Bonus Miles Offer

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Link: Apply for the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card with 75K bonus miles

The popular Capital One Venture Card is currently offering a fantastic welcome bonus, which many may be interested in. This bonus was first launched in mid-May, though I wanted to post a reminder of this, as it’s anyone’s guess how long it will be around.

Capital One Venture Card offering 75K miles

The Capital One Venture Card is offering 75,000 Venture miles after spending $4,000 within the first three months. Personally I value Capital One miles at 1.7 cents each, so to me this bonus is worth a massive $1,275. For context, previously the card was offering a bonus of 50,000 Venture miles.

As far as eligibility restrictions go for the Capital One Venture Card:

The Capital One Venture Card is offering 75K bonus miles

Why the Capital One Venture Card is worth it

The Capital One Venture Card has a reasonable $95 annual fee, and offers a variety of perks beyond the excellent welcome bonus:

There are lots of great ways to redeem Capital One miles, as they can be transferred to Capital One’s airline and hotel partners. That’s my preferred use of them, as you can get some amazing travel experiences this way.

Redeem Capital One miles for Emirates’ amazing first class

What about the Capital One Venture X Card?

While the Capital One Venture Card is awesome, how does it compare to the Capital One Venture X Card, which is Capital One’s ultra premium credit card? The Venture X has a $395 annual fee, so the fee is significantly higher, but it also offers several great perks that should more than justify the annual fee. Among other things, the Venture X offers:

Personally I think the Venture X is an even better value than the Venture. However, I know some people just want to avoid higher annual fee cards in general, so for those people the Venture could be a better option. Furthermore, even if you have the Venture X, you’re potentially still eligible for the Venture.

Visit the Capital One Lounge DFW with the Venture Card

Bottom line

The Capital One Venture Card has a phenomenal welcome bonus of 75,000 Venture miles upon completing minimum spending, which is 50% bigger than the previous bonus. If you’re at all interested in this card and don’t yet have it, this would be the time to apply.

Anyone plan to pick up the Capital One Venture Card with 75K bonus miles?

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  1. Eskimo Guest

    It's funny how 100k bonus got so much attention, while 75k (still a good deal) barely gets traction.

    Are people still waiting for the 100k to come back?

    1. Nate Guest

      I just got it through the prescreen.

  2. reeeeejected Guest

    I was auto approved for the venture x. I tried applying for this venture card and got denied. A friend of mines also tried applying for this card after getting the venture x. He was also denied. The official rejection letter stated I had too many cards in the past 24 months. If this was the real reason why I was rejected, then 2 cards per 24 months would be the limit. I won't apply again for this any time soon. If anyone else has more info please share, thanks.

  3. MoJoe Diamond

    Never had any Capital One card until last November, when I applied for and was approved for the Venture X card. It's been a great card so far, and thus was excited about the prospect of getting the Venture card to earn another 75K miles/points.

    Nope. Denied/declined (for the Venture card) by Capital One. Can't remember the last time I was declined for a credit card as I've always been approved for [nearly ten] Chase...

    Never had any Capital One card until last November, when I applied for and was approved for the Venture X card. It's been a great card so far, and thus was excited about the prospect of getting the Venture card to earn another 75K miles/points.

    Nope. Denied/declined (for the Venture card) by Capital One. Can't remember the last time I was declined for a credit card as I've always been approved for [nearly ten] Chase and Amex cards in the past five years. Seems like Capital One is the hardest club to get into.

  4. Charlie Diamond

    I applied and was approved instantly in late March. A week after receiving the card and starting using it, Capital One froze my account and didn’t communicate properly with me as to why and what I needed to do. I had only spent ~$300 on the card.
    Fast forward 3 months, having wasted hours on the phone with them, I have to cancel the card because they won’t unfreeze it and I can no...

    I applied and was approved instantly in late March. A week after receiving the card and starting using it, Capital One froze my account and didn’t communicate properly with me as to why and what I needed to do. I had only spent ~$300 on the card.
    Fast forward 3 months, having wasted hours on the phone with them, I have to cancel the card because they won’t unfreeze it and I can no longer get the bonus… They refuse to refund the fee (even though I wasn’t really able to use the card).
    Stay away from Capital One, one of the worst customer service I’ve had from a bank/CC.

  5. Debra Guest

    I got the Venture X card around January having seen your review. It is true that the travel credit plus bonus points cover the membership fee. However, the travel credit is only valid for bookings through Capitol One Travel. I always prefer booking flights through the airline as it’s easier to work with them when problems occur. So, hotels would do it. But the hotels accessible through their site are very limited. And could not...

    I got the Venture X card around January having seen your review. It is true that the travel credit plus bonus points cover the membership fee. However, the travel credit is only valid for bookings through Capitol One Travel. I always prefer booking flights through the airline as it’s easier to work with them when problems occur. So, hotels would do it. But the hotels accessible through their site are very limited. And could not book trains, either US or EU. And their price match process is not easy, you have to book with them first then request a refund if you find a better price. It wasn’t worth the paperwork for me. Also autos work, but Costco is cheaper and Capitol One doesn’t accept Costco for price matching.
    I’ll get the $300 this year, but it won’t be easy, and I’m probably spending $20k on travel. I’m going back to the regular Venture card, which I had before.

    1. Paul B Guest

      Are you able to use the $300 credit for a shuttle service or Uber? How exactly are you using the full $300 credit? Your comments are the very reason I haven’t applied for the Venture X.

  6. Betty Guest

    NEVER, NEVER, NEVER. Did I say NEVER? They won't give people with good credit scores who don't carry balances any of their "good" cards. AND they will pull HARD credit pulls from all THREE credit agencies. STAY AWAY if you have good credit and don't carry balances.

    1. Jan Guest

      I pay off my balance in full every statement, and I got the Venture X instant approval. Maybe “good” is not good enough and you need to be “excellent” (780+?)

    2. Andrew Guest

      I was denied the Venture X with a 824 credit score.

    3. LT Guest

      780 is only very good! I was denied with credit score more than 800. The letter said I didn't utilize many credit cards I already had, perhaps another time. At the time I was 5/24. Now I am 8 or 9/24. Forget about it!

    4. CW Guest

      Also denied with a score of 811

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Charlie Diamond

I applied and was approved instantly in late March. A week after receiving the card and starting using it, Capital One froze my account and didn’t communicate properly with me as to why and what I needed to do. I had only spent ~$300 on the card. Fast forward 3 months, having wasted hours on the phone with them, I have to cancel the card because they won’t unfreeze it and I can no longer get the bonus… They refuse to refund the fee (even though I wasn’t really able to use the card). Stay away from Capital One, one of the worst customer service I’ve had from a bank/CC.

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Andrew Guest

I was denied the Venture X with a 824 credit score.

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Nate Guest

I just got it through the prescreen.

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