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You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)

SaintSeiya
Regular Contributor

You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)

I wanted to share it's possible to possible to upgrade a Savor or Venture Card to a Venture X Card without a sign up bonus. F.Y.I. I have the Savor Card and 2 Venture Cards in which I upgraded my Quick Silver Card to a Venture Card (It's made out of plastic)  and the Venture X Card with a $20,000 limit and 100,000 miles SUB.The limit on my Savor Card is $10,000 whereas Venture Card #1 has limit is $13,000 and Ventue Card #2 limit is $13,000. IMG-6957.jpg

 

 

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boosnark
Contributor

Re: You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)

Nice! I couldn't locate this option on the website. Where can one find the link?

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4sallypat
Established Contributor

Re: You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)

You may want to call them because when you PC or upgrade, you are not getting the SUB so beware.

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BearsCubsOtters
Frequent Contributor

Re: You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)


@boosnark wrote:

Nice! I couldn't locate this option on the website. Where can one find the link?


When I logged in on desktop, there was a sentence about "enjoy different rewards" or something along those lines. It is literally, for me anyway, a sentence that is clickable. It took me to a similar screen as OP's screenshot.

 

Reminder to all; it appears that the only way to upgrade to Venture X is if 1) your current Capital One card is a Visa and 2) your current credit line is $10,000 or more. This is because Venture X is a Visa Infinite which currently requires a $10K + limit and Capital One does not currently allow network changes (mastercard to Visa and vice versa).

 

Mastercards and limits under $10,000 do not currently get offered the upgrade to Venture X

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boosnark
Contributor

Re: You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)

I was able to get to the upgrade page by suffixing /productupgrade in the URL of the Venture Rewards page. Since my credit limit on the Venture Rewards was > $10,000 I was able to upgrade. The upgrade was instant;  Venture X showed up on the (revised) landing page, and now I am waiting for the card to arrive. And yes, no sign up bonus.

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notmyrealname23
Established Contributor

Re: You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)

Same, posted about it a couple months back. Not getting the SUB hurts (my consolation prize was a 25k referral for a friend- which fortunately combined with the $300 travel credit makes the card positive value in Year 1), but I have a bunch of spend I can put on this card (but not on my AMEX) that also makes it worth it (plus I now have a 2x general spend miles card that can be 2% + a way to dial back my AMEX AF load, especially in conjunction with a new SavorOne card).

First Tech FCU Choice Rewards World MC 35k
Fidelity VISA Signature 11.5k
Capital One Venture X 11k
AMEX Hilton Aspire 9.8k
Charles Schwab AMEX Platinum NPSL
Amex Platinum (I know) NPSL
Amex Green NPSL
SoFi MC World Elite 8k
AMEX Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant 7.5k
Rakuten Synchrony Visa 7k
PayPal Synchrony MC 6.4k
Citi AA Mileup 6.9k
Petal2 VISA 6k
DiscoverIt Cashback 5k
Amazon/Synchrony 5k
Hotels.com 5k
Capital One SavorOne 5k
AMEX Delta Gold 3k
Target 800
Ch 13 filed 12/13 discharged as paid 1/19
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SaintSeiya
Regular Contributor

Re: You can upgade to a Venture X Card (No SUB)

It's worth it becase we will receive the annual 10,000 miles credit and Venture X cardholders receive up to $300 in statement credits each cardmember year  which means I can stay at a hotel for 2 o 3 nights free of charge.  I was suprised to the annual fee was charged as soon shotrly afte the card was activated which is more than likely there solution to card churners those who open a rewards card and downgrade or close the account before the annual fee hits their account.

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