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Cap One Credit Cards: Earn Extra 5 Bonus Points Per Dollar on Purchases of $60 or More at Trader Joe’s

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Capital One: Earn Extra 5 Points Per Dollar at Trader Joe'sNow through July 1, 2013, Capital One cardholders can earn an extra 5 bonus points per dollar spent at Trader Joe’s when making a purchase of at least $60 in-store. Those 5 bonus points per dollar spent are in addition to the points you would normally earn from the transaction. So if, for instance, you have a Venture Card, which normally earns 2 points per dollar spent, you would earn 7 points per dollar at Trader Joe’s under this promo.

To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to first activate it by logging into your Capital One account online and visiting Capital One Perk Central, the online shopping portal for Cap One rewards cardholders. Once the offer is activated on your account, you can make your qualifying purchases at Trader Joe’s with your registered Cap One card to earn your bonus.

The offer terms state:

Offer valid through 07/01/2013. Offer is available only from the date of offer activation through the expiration date. Offers are subject to change. Offer changes will require re-activation of the new offer. Customer will earn Points upon making purchases with a qualifying Capital One® credit card. Capital One does not provide, endorse, or guarantee any third party product, service, information or recommendation. Rewards are added to your Points balance within 30-60 days from purchase. Purchase of gift cards will not earn Points.

This offer cannot be combined with any other offer, coupon code(s), or promotion, unless available at the retailer location.

Despite terms to the contrary, FW reports that purchase of Trader Joe’s gift cards also do qualify for the bonus, making it possible to leverage this deal even further.

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