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The changes are brisk at Brex. For a limited time through NerdWallet and other select partners, the company is offering bigger sign-up bonuses on two -annual-fee corporate credit cards.
From Sept. 24 through Jan. 31, 2020, the and the will offer
The standard offer on both cards is 30,000 Brex Rewards points, and the first five employee cards are free. Additional cards are $5 per month, so companies seeking to provide cards for a dozen or more employees can pocket significant savings with this offer.
Brex is also bringing JetBlue aboard as an eligible airline transfer partner. The company in July 2019.
Those who use only the for all business spending (aka “Brex Exclusive” customers) can and those other airline partners at a 1:1 ratio. For those who use the but also other business cards, the ratio will be 1.5:1 (meaning 1.5 Brex rewards points will be needed for 1 airline mile).
The doesn't typically earn ongoing rewards, but points from the sign-up bonus can be redeemed for statement credit, to book travel and to transfer to airline partners. Brex Exclusive criteria do not apply to this card, meaning that cardholders get a 1:1 transfer ratio regardless.
Brex cards are targeted toward early-stage companies with significant cash flow. Instead of requiring a personal guarantee and evaluating credit scores, to determine eligibility, including funding sources, cash flow and spending patterns. Brex cards are charge cards, meaning the balance must be paid in full every 30 days.
Those who use the exclusively for their business spending earn elevated rewards rates through its :
Nonexclusive users earn a flat 1 point per dollar on all other spending.