Capital One announced today another improvement to its miles program. Six more transfer partners are moving to the new 1:1 Transfer Tier that was introduced back in April.
Capital One Travel was already announced previously in collaboration with Hopper, but now there are more details on what customers can expect from the revamped booking site.
Capital One and travel-tech unicorn Hopper have announced a long-term partnership, collaborating to create Capital One Travel, a brand-new, innovative customer-booking experience built for Capital One cardholders.
Starting today Capital One is temporarily expanding redemption options for Venture customers through April 30, 2021. This is an effort to make Capital One miles useful during the coronavirus pandemic when most people are stuck indoors.
Some customers have complained in recent days their limits have been slashed by as much as 75%. To makes matters worse, the lower credit limits make it more difficult to borrow in an emergency during a pandemic. Such drastic drops in limits also affect cardholders’ credit scores.
As of April 29 we are able to once again offer the benefit of redeeming rewards for gift cards. Customers can use their rewards to redeem for gift cards from a variety of merchants through this option including Amazon, Walmart, Lowes and more.
Capital One Points Can No Longer Be Redeemed for Gift Cards Update: 4/30/2020: Capital One Rewards Can Now Be Redeemed for Gift Cards Again Update: 4/2/2020 Capital One reached out and provided the following information: “Due to operational constraints from COVID-19, Capital One is temporarily unable to fulfill gift card rewards. We are working to restore…