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Journey® Student Rewards from Capital One® vs. Capital One® Platinum Credit Card
One student credit card and one simple credit-building card.
These cards are both aimed at individuals with fair credit. The Journey® Student Rewards from Capital One® is designed for students and it lets you earn flat cash back on all purchases, while the Capital One® Platinum Credit Card is designed for building credit and it comes with no rewards program. Neither offers a signup bonus.
Check out all the cards’ features in the table below.
Summary of card features
Journey® Student Rewards from Capital One®
- 1% cash back on all purchases
- 1.25% for months you pay on time
- Earn up to $60 in statement credit on streaming services in your first 12 months
- No annual fee
Capital One® Platinum Credit Card
- No annual fee
- Higher credit line after five on-time payments
- Qualify with average credit
Compare Journey® Student Rewards from Capital One® vs. Capital One® Platinum Credit Card
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