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Capital One Journey Now Offers Streaming Service Credits

Student credit cards are a great way to build credit while enjoying an unsecured credit card’s benefits. Like other credit-building cards, most student cards do not offer signup perks, such as an introductory APR or travel credits. Now, however, Capital One is looking to change this perception by adding statement credit for streaming services on the Journey® Student Credit Card.

Journey Student Card Offers New Streaming Bonus

The Journey® Student Credit Card from Capital One® is one of the better student credit card options on the market today. The card, like other student credit cards, provides rewards for those who demonstrate financial responsibility. The newest bonus from Capital One is a statement credit for eligible streaming services.

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Journey Card Streaming Service Statement Credit Details

New Journey cardholders can earn up to $60 in statement credits in their first year after opening an account. Students receive a $5 credit each month they pay their statement balance on time. If one pays their bill on time for the entire first year, they are eligible for $60 in total credits.

The following streaming services are eligible for the statement credits:

  • Amazon Prime Video
  • AT&T Now
  • CBS All Access
  • Disney+
  • ESPN+
  • Fubo TV
  • HBO Now
  • Hulu
  • TV
  • Sling TV
  • YouTube Premium
  • YouTube TV

Streaming credits apply to the following music streaming services:

  • Amazon Music Unlimited
  • iHeartRadio
  • Pandora
  • SiriusXM
  • Spotify
  • YouTube Premium Music

Credit also apply to select audiobook services, including:

  • Audible
  • Kindle Unlimited

Other Features of the Capital One Journey Card

Despite the new streaming credit only being for new accounts, the Journey Student Card offers rewards for all cardholders who pay their bill on time. While the card’s typical reward rate is 1% cash back on all purchases, those who pay their bill on time get an extra 0.25% back. That’s a total of 1.25% in cash back.

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