Name your Price and get 5x rewards

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fair credit
intro purchase APR no intro offerregular APR14.99 - 24.99% (V)
intro BT APR 0% for 15 months 3% BT fee $5 min
rewards up to 5 points/$1 +5,000 sign-up bonus
  • earn up to 5x rewards purchases, made through Name your Price option on Priceline.com
  • 1 point per $1 on all purchases
  • get 5,000 bonus points after first purchase

 

 

no annual fee

up to 5x rewards purchases, made through Name your Price option on Priceline.com

1 point per $1 on all purchases

redeem easily for travel expenses as a statement credit

Editors Review

Barclaycard cobranded with a Priceline travel service.

Pros

  • Up to 15 000 points that come with an intensive use of the card – 5,000 points for the first purchase, 5,000 points after spending $1,000 in the first 3 month of the account. Get 1 point for every dollar of a balance transfer (5,000 points max)
  • 0% intro APR on balance transfer and purchases for 12 months
  • 5x rewards for money spend through Priceline.com. Major restriction – you need pay for the hotel in advance or book a rental car through Priceline using "Name your Price" option.   
  • 1 point per dollar for all purchases, no cap on points but points expire in 4 years
  • Redeem at least $25 worth of points as a statement credit, merchandise, gift cards.

Cons

  • Rewards and sign up bonus are not the best on the market. See our next section for other options

Verdict and Alternatives

Not a great rewards rate and sign up bonus unless you are a heavy user of Priceline.com. For general travelers, we would recommend considering Barclaycard Arrival or Arrival+ card – you will get your travel points faster with 2x points rate.

Sign up bonus is 5,000 points that is only about $50 worth. You can get a better deal with Arrival Barclaycard.

Last updated: 02/14/2015









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