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Club Carlson Business Rewards Visa Credit Card

Club Carlson Business Rewards Visa Credit Card


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  • APR 14.24% - 23.24%
  • Balance Transfer APR 14.24% - 23.24%
  • Cash Advance APR 24.24%
  • Penalty APR 28.99%
  • Annual Fee $60
  • Late Payment Fee $39
  • Cash Advance Fee $5 or 4% of value, whichever is greater
  • Returned Payment Fee $39
  • Balance Transfer Fee $5 or 3% of value, whichever is greater
  • Foreign Exchange Fee 2% in USD, 3% in other currencies
  • Minimum Interest Charge $2.00


  • Click "APPLY NOW" to apply online
  • Receive 10x points on Carlson purchases 
  • Receive 5x points on all other purchases
  • Receive 50,000 bonus points on your first purchase
  • Receive 35,000 bonus points when you spend $2,500 within the first 90 days
  • Receive 40,000 bonus points on your annual renewal
  • Receive complimentarty Gold Elite status
  • Plus other Visa benefits

Expert Reviews

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The card means business, with rewards you can earn for free nights at hotels including Radisson, Park Plaza, Country Inns, and Suites By Carlson.

Expert Reviews of the Club Carlson Business Rewards Visa Credit Card

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The Bottom Line

If you or your employees spend lots of nights in Carlson hotels, this card could be valuable, despite the annual fee, especially if you earn all of the extra bonus rewards.

The Good

Receive 85,000 Bonus Points good for up to 9 free award nights worldwide, as a sign-up incentive. The way that works is that you get 50,000 points after your first purchase, plus another 35,000 if you spend at least $2,500 during the first 90 days of card membership. 
You also earn 10 points per $1 spent at Carlson hotels, and 5 points per $1 spent everywhere else. In addition, you receive 40,000 renewal bonus points annually, as a reward for remaining a cardholder. Plus, if you charge $10,000 or more per year to your card to earn a free night.
The card also offers expense management tools and other free ways to monitor your business costs.

The Not So Good

The annual fee is $60.
The purchase and balance transfer APR is 14.24% to 23.24%, based on your credit worthiness, and the APR for cash advances is 28.99%.
There is a surcharge on balance transfers of either 3% or $5, whichever is greater, and for cash advances the surcharge is 4% or $5, whichever is greater. There is a foreign transaction fee of 2% for transaction in US dollars, and a 3% fee for those transacted in foreign currencies.

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