Bank Americard Travel Rewards

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Postby huahuafood » Sat Aug 25, 2012 10:54 pm

BofA Travel Reward cards are very similar to Capital One Venture. You pay your travel using the card and redeem your points as statement credit.

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Postby khad » Sun Aug 26, 2012 5:46 pm

You can actually do partial redemption with Capital One as well. I've done it about half a dozen times with the Venture Rewards card. One way that I know for a fact that I've done it is to specify that there were multiple airline tickets purchased and only get reimbursed for "one" of them. It's just a little drop-down menu.

For example, you can specify that a $100 travel expense on your bill was 10 airline tickets and get reimbursed for only one at $10. It's a self-serve web interface. Help yourself. :)

There may be other ways as well.

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Postby murakami » Fri Aug 31, 2012 8:46 pm

I had an old BoA card sitting in my backup wallet collecting dust that I just called and converted to this card. I probably wont use it too often still, but at least when I do it will get me something.

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