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Small Business Owners Can Pick Up a Subtantial Credit Card Sign-up Bonus for a Limited Period via a Special Partnership

Small business owners have a surprisingly poor choice of reward credit cards available to them.  With SME’s needing every penny more than ever at the moment, the rationale for picking up rewards purely for making their usual day to day purchases is compelling.

Popular frequent flyer website Head for Points has teamed up with specialist small business credit card issuer Capital on Tap to offer a 4-week offer on their popular Capital on Tap Business Rewards Credit Card.

Any business which joins Capital on Tap via Head for Points will receive:

  • a bonus of 9,900 Capital on Tap points, which converts to £99 cashback or 9,900 British Airways Avios points, after their first transaction
  • a further bonus of 20,000 Capital on Tap points, which converts to £200 cashback or 20,000 British Airways Avios points, if they spend £5,000 in the first 90 days

Cardholders will earn an additional 1 Capital on Tap point, worth 1p cashback or 1 Avios, for every £1 spent on the card.

The Capital on Tap Business Rewards Visa also comes with no foreign exchange fees, allowing cardholders to save the typical 2.99% FX fee added to credit card payments.

The card, which carries an annual fee of £99 per annum, is available to owners and operators of UK limited companies and LLPs of which there are around 5.9 million according to the latest government statics.

The initial bonus, if converted to 9,900 Avios, will allow the recipient to redeem, for example, a return economy flight to Paris, Manchester or Amsterdam with an additional £35 of taxes.

If the cardholder triggers the full bonus of 29,900 Avios, it would be good for a business class return flight to destinations such as Spain or Italy (£50 of taxes and charges payable) or to upgrade one leg of a New York return flight from Premium Economy to Business.   

Speaking about the offer, Rob Burgess, editor and founder ofwww.headforpoints.com said:

“We are delighted to have been able to negotiate this exceptionally generous sign-up bonus with Capital on Tap for our readers.   Many of our readers run their own businesses, using air miles and hotel points to keep their travel costs down, and I believe that this offer will be very popular.

With so little travel taking place in the past 12 months or so, the opportunity to earn Avios through flying has diminished significantly so this card offers the opportunity to address this shortfall. 

Once travel resumes, users will be pleased to know that Capital on Tap is the only Avios-earning credit card that does not charge foreign exchange fees when used abroad.” concludes Mr Burgess.

To apply for the offer, readers need to use the link featured within the article about the offer on the Head for Points website www.headforpoints.com.  Applications made via the standard Capital on Tap homepage will only receive the standard bonus of 10,000 points and not the enhanced 29,900 bonus for Head for Points readers.  

Applications must be made by 20th May 2021.

Written by Tenner Smith

Tenner Smith - I have experience in financial intelligence and automated intelligence. In industry I have worked on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Tenner Smith is a reporter at DF media.

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