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Capital One Aspire credit card - any real world experience?

Capital One Aspire credit card - any real world experience?

Old Feb 27, 14, 9:30 am
  #106  
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
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Capital One® Canada :
• Aspire Travel™
World MasterCard®

• Aspire Travel™
Platinum MasterCard®

• Aspire Cash™
Platinum MasterCard®
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Old Apr 19, 14, 1:31 am
  #107  
 
Join Date: Nov 2011
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I'm looking at travel delay insurance on this card - does anyone have experience with being reimbursed on points tickets?

The Insurer will reimburse the
Cardholder for all Insured Persons
travelling on the same Trip if
the confirmed scheduled flight
departure from any airport is
delayed by 4 hours or more, for
necessary and reasonable expenses
incurred with respect to hotel
accommodations, restaurant
meals, refreshments, Essential
Items and sundry items (such as
a magazine, paperback book and
other such small items) within
48 hours of the delay or denied
boarding, to a maximum of $250
per day for all Insured Persons on
the same Trip, and a maximum of
$1,000 total per Trip, provided that:
(i) the full cost of the delayed
flight was charged to
the Account;
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Old Apr 19, 14, 10:45 pm
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Originally Posted by yerffej201 View Post
I'm looking at travel delay insurance on this card - does anyone have experience with being reimbursed on points tickets?
chk this link.
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Old Jul 7, 14, 2:14 pm
  #109  
 
Join Date: Jul 2014
Posts: 2
referral ID

I'm sorry if this is not within the rules. But I'm applying for the Capital One Aspire right now, and there is a box for referral ID. I don't have one, but I don't mind helping out a flyertalk member if they have one.
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Old Jul 7, 14, 2:22 pm
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Originally Posted by vb13 View Post
I'm sorry if this is not within the rules. But I'm applying for the Capital One Aspire right now, and there is a box for referral ID. I don't have one, but I don't mind helping out a flyertalk member if they have one.
Not sure they have a referral program (like Amex).
I don't see it anywhere on my account online.
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Old Jul 7, 14, 2:23 pm
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Join Date: Jul 2014
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Not sure they have a referral program (like Amex).
I don't see it anywhere on my account online.
Thanks for checking. I hadn't seen it anywhere either, but saw the box so thought I'd ask.

Last edited by vb13; Jul 7, 14 at 2:24 pm Reason: Quote
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Old Jul 8, 14, 9:07 am
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Join Date: Jan 2011
Posts: 143
I have a good news story about this card.
I had to file an extended warranty claim for a mobile phone. I hand delivered all the documentation to the insurer in Toronto as I was In a rush to get the repair done before a vacation.

The full cost of the repair was approved and mailed to me within a couple of weeks - no questions asked. Cost of repair was approx $300.
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