Business credit card provider, Capital on Tap, is offering a comparison site exclusive to new customers through money.co.uk.
Those who sign up for a business credit card, or switch, before 23rd August at money.co.uk, will receive an additional 15,000 bonus points when they spend over £5,000 in the first 3-months*.
Key features of the deal:
£150 cashback or 15,000 Avios points
Credit facility of up to £50K
Up to 56 days interest free on card purchases
Cashback or points will be given after 3rd billing period
Offer ends 23 August 2020
Commenting on the deal, Salman Haqqi, personal finance expert at money.co.uk, said: "If your business has been with your current credit card provider for a few years and hasn’t received cashback or rewards, it might be time for a change.
"The current deal from Capital on Tap, which gives new business customers a £150 cashback or 15,000 Avios points if they switch via money.co.uk, is a great example of cashing in by switching your business credit card.
"Make sure that you can afford the monthly repayments and do your homework first. Shopping around to make sure that the business credit card you choose suits your needs is always a good idea."
Terms and conditions:
*The offer is valid only to money.co.uk customers. To be eligible, a user needs to apply via money.co.uk between 27th July and August 23rd, opt into a Rewards card and spend a minimum of £5,000 in their first 90 days. If the amount is spent, the points will automatically be applied at the end of the 3rd billing cycle and then can be redeemed to Avios or cashback points directly in Capital on Tap customer portal. To apply for the card, Capital on Tap standard eligibility criteria apply.
Salman Haqqi spent 10 years as a journalist reporting in several countries around the world. Salman left the world of journalism and moved to the UK to pursue a passion for personal finance and a desire to help people make informed financial decisions.Read Salman Haqqi's articles and guides
Salman is our personal finance editor with over 10 years’ experience as a journalist. He has previously written for Finder and regularly provides his expert view on financial and consumer spending issues for local and national press.