Capital On Tap finally announced the improvements to its two cashback or Avios-earning payment cards yesterday.
New applicants have been receiving the new cards for a couple of weeks now, but the official announcement and website switch had been delayed. To avoid confusion, we didn’t mention it until now.
I will do a full article for Friday. However, to summarise:
the two existing cards will be merged into one, called Business Rewards, retaining the best of both products
this is good news for holders of the £99 card, previously called Capital Club, who will now earn 1p of cashback or 1 Avios per £1 spent (currently 0.5p or 0.5 Avios)
this is good news for holders of the £199 / £249 card, previously called On Tap Club, who will see the fee reduced to £99
The sign-up bonus will be £100 cashback or 10,000 Avios (10,500 if you use our code below) for spending £5,000 in three months.
This makes the card VERY attractive to anyone with a small business of any sort:
your £99 annual fee in Year 1 is fully covered by the 10,500 Avios earned
if you take Avios instead of cashback, you will have the market-leading Avios earning rate on a Visa or Mastercard of 1 Avios per £1 spent
You can continue to get an additional £5 cashback or 500 Avios as a sign-up bonus (taking your total bonus to £105 or 10,500 Avios) by using promo code headforpoints when you apply. The sign-up page is here.
The website was due to update overnight with details of the new card.
A full article will follow very soon. We will also look at how the Capital On Tap Business Rewards card, at £99, compares with the £210 British Airways American Express Accelerating Business (BA Business) card.
You can apply for the Capital On Tap card here – don’t forget the headforpoints promo code!
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