Priceline Rewards Visa Card Review

The Priceline Rewards™ Visa® Card

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On December 18, 2012
Last modified:April 3, 2014


With 5,000 bonus points, up to 5% in rewards points, and a 15 month 0% balance transfer, Captain Kirk has outdone himself this time.

You have to admire a company that would hire William Shatner as its spokesperson. Perhaps I’m showing my age, but he’ll always be Captain Kirk to me. And he brings that same spastic passion to Priceline. And that brings me to our review of The Priceline Rewards™ Visa® Card.

This card falls into a relatively small group of cards that offer 2% rewards on every purchase. Actually, you can earn 5% on some purchases and 2% on everything else. Here are the details.


First, the card offers a 5,000 point bonus after your first purchase. These points are worth a statement credit of at least $50. Second, you’ll earn 5x points for every dollar spent on Name Your Own Price® purchases at Priceline. And finally, you’ll get 2x points for every dollar spent on all other purchases.

Here’s a summary of the reward details:

  • Earn 5,000 bonus points after your first purchase
  • Earn 5X points on purchases
  • Earn 1 point on everything else
  • Plus, earn an additional 5,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 on qualifying transactions in the first 90 days of account opening
  • Your points can act like cash - Redeem points for statement credits against purchases made on your account
  • No limit to the number of points you can earn
  • Please see terms and conditions for complete details


0% APR

While most rewards credit cards don’t offer much in the way of no interest deals, The Priceline Rewards™ Visa® Card takes a different approach. In addition to the above rewards, the card comes with a 0% APR introductory rate on balance transfers for the first 15 billing cycles. While that doesn’t qualify it for the best 0% balance transfer offer, it’s extremely competitive. Note that after the 0% offer expires, the regular purchase APR of 14.99% or 21.99% (Variable) will apply.

To my surprise, the card does not charge an annual fee. So while Priceline is not the first name that comes to mind when I think of the top credit cards, I have to give some credit to Captain Kirk. He’s got himself a pretty good credit card. For more details or to apply online, visit The Priceline Rewards™ Visa® Card website.

Live long and prosper.

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One Response to “Priceline Rewards Visa Card Review”

  1. I like this card because I always book hotels and airline tickets on Priceline. With 5 points for every dollar I spend on the site and 1 point everything else, my points rack up quickly given how hotels and airline tickets are so expensive nowadays.

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