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Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card vs. Bank of America® Travel Rewards Credit Card
Two entry-level travel cards with no annual fee.
These two cards are fairly similar with a $0 annual fee, a 0% intro APR period on purchases and flat miles/points on all purchases. The main difference between them is the rewards rate and the signup bonus, which is slightly higher with the Bank of America® Travel Rewards Credit Card.
All other perks and features are covered in the table below.
What about the Venture vs. the Bank of America® Travel Rewards Credit Card?
If you’re curious about how the other Venture card fares, here’s a breakdown of the Venture versus the Bank of America Travel Rewards. The Venture comes out ahead in rewards and the signup bonus, which makes sense given the card features a $95 annual fee. However, the Venture lacks the intro purchase APR you’d find on the Venture One.
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