A reader just gave me a heads up on a new card from Capital One.
The Premier Dining Rewards credit card offers a $100 sign up bonus. I know the easy $100 sign up bonuses are popular with readers!
The card offers 3% cash back on dining, which is great if you don’t like switching your cards each quarter for 5% Rotating Cash Rewards Credit Cards.
It’s our Free Money Friday offer this week!
How to Get Your Sign Up Bonus
- Sign up for the Capital One Premier Dining Rewards* credit card.
- Make at least $500 in purchases in the first 3 months.
- Receive a $100 cash bonus.
*Find and compare all current credit card offers in our credit card directory.
Capital One Terms and Conditions
- No annual fee.
- Existing or previous Accountholders may not be eligible for this one-time bonus.
- No Foreign Transaction Fees.
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Earning Cash Back. Earn 3% cash back on dining, 2% on groceries and 1% cash back on all other purchases.
Dining Out. Two cards are offering 5% right now for 3rd Quarter Rotating Cash Rewards Credit Cards. However, when restaurants aren’t featured at 5%, 3% is one of the highest cash back you’ll get at restaurants all year.
Redeeming Cash Back. The rewards don’t expire. You can redeem cash back in any increment. Redemptions are in the form of a statement credit or a check. You can also set your account up for automatic redemptions whenever your cash back reaches $25.
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