Capital on Tap

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A business credit card can boost your spending power and give you cash flow flexibility. A few business cards can do even more, such as earning air miles or helping cardholders to avoid foreign transaction charges. Capital on Tap’s card can do both. With Capital on Tap’s Business Mastercard you can send funds straight to your bank account or charge purchases to your card. You could bag yourself a deal with the offers below.

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Use promo code finder100 to earn £100 bonus cashback on your first transaction

Expires 30 Jun 2022
Limited time offer ends 30 June 2022. Terms apply. 29.9% APR representative (variable).
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Fee-free currency conversion on non-sterling transactions

29.9% APR representative (variable). Unlimited additional cards free for employees and partners.
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Join Business Rewards to redeem points for Avios

29.9% APR representative (variable). Upgrade your account for an annual fee of £99. Plus earn 10,000 bonus points that you can redeem for £100 cashback or 10,000 Avios when you spend £5,000 on your card in your first 3 months. Terms apply.
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Capital on Tap Business Credit Card: Up to £150,000 in minutes to grow your business

29.9% APR representative (variable). Get a business Mastercard that offers fee-free currency conversion and the opportunity to earn cashback or Avios as you spend.

Eligibility requirements:

The £100 bonus cashback offer is for new customers that sign up and spend on a Capital on Tap business credit card before 1 July 2022. You also need to apply using the links above or by adding “finder100” into the promo code field on Capital on Tap’s application form.

The offer is only available to UK limited companies and LLPs who have not previously received any bonus.

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