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Capital One launches new credit card

Well, Summer is here, which means we will start seeing new product offerings by the credit card companies.

We begin the season with our beloved Capital One, which today has launched a brand new card aimed at people who spend at least $2000 per month, earn at least $60,000, and are willing to pay an annual fee of $120.

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/04/13/article-2129430-129620C8000005DC-428_468x286.jpg

The Aspire World Mastercard does not charge foreign usage fees, and allows users to earn up to 1.25 per cent cashback on all transactions.

But with a standard APR of 19.9 per cent, and a whopping $120 annual fee, is this card really something to Aspire to ??

http://www.capitalone.ca/credit-cards/aspire-travel-world/

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Capitalone only offers the Aspire CC line in the UK and CA , not the US as of now!

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Re: Capital One launches new credit card


L-TWT wrote:

Capitalone only offers the Aspire CC line in the UK and CA , not the US as of now!


From the looks of it, they can keep it!

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Re: Capital One launches new credit card

i aspire to never have another capital one card again.

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Re: Capital One launches new credit card

u never win with CRApital 1....


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+1 to all the comments

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Re: Capital One launches new credit card

I still don't understand what the big deal about this card is, other than the fact it's a world elite MasterCard.
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Re: Capital One launches new credit card

Even if I could...I wouldn't have another capital one product ...

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Re: Capital One launches new credit card


enharu wrote:
I still don't understand what the big deal about this card is, other than the fact it's a world elite MasterCard.

Maybe it's all about the "prestige" of having a card from Capital One :smileyvery-happy:

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The CRAPitol1 "Black Card". Looks like a boondoggle. And that annual fee!!! SHEESH :smileyhappy:
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