Earning FlexPoints. Earn 1 point per $1 on all purchases and double on most cell phone purchases (monthly bills, accessories & Internet charges) and triple points on charitable donations. You can also earn double points on the category you spend the most on (out of groceries, airline travel or gas) each billing cycle.
Redeeming FlexPoints. You can redeem FlexPoints for award travel on more than 150 airlines. Search for your flights in FlexPerks’ Travelocity search window and then you’ll see how many FlexPoints you need for the ticket. In general 20,000 FlexPoints gets you a $400 airline ticket value.
Redeeming for Cash. You can also redeem your Flexpoints for gift cards or statement credits. I was able to redeem my all my points for a statement credit. 20,000 points was converted to a $200 statement credit.
0% APR. The FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa offers an intro 0% APR for 12 months (purchases & balance transfers). The balance transfer does have a 3% fee within the first 30 days.
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