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New Vauxhall Rewards Card Is Launched

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It’s quite common for buyers to use a credit card to pay for some or all of the cost of a vehicle, but it’s now even more beneficial to do so as a new credit card partnership between Capital One and Vauxhall offers the chance to earn money off the cost of a new car or van via a rewards credit card. It’s worth noting that  there isn’t much point in getting this card if you’re not a fan of Vauxhall vehicles, but you will definitely enjoy this offer if you are. The Vauxhall Rewards credit card could provide you with Reward Points that could shave up to £1,500 off the purchase of a new Vauxhall, depending on the model you go for. In order to gain advantage of this offer and obtain the card, you’ll need to be aged 21 or over, have an excellent credit history and earn at least £20,000 a year.

The Rewards system is actually very simple; every Reward Point earned is worth £1 off the cost of a new Vauxhall vehicle, And similar to many reward and cashback credit cards at the moment, the Vauxhall Rewards card offers a higher initial rate of rewards. In this case, you can initially earn Reward Points worth 6% of the value of what you spend, although this is capped at either £3,000-worth of spending or the end of your first three months of having the card, depending on whichever is reached first. It’s made clear that you can earn a maximum of 180 Reward Points after which the rewards value then switches to 3% of the value of your purchases.

In order to earn the maximum £1,500 discount, you would need to then spend £44,000 on your card before the end of your fourth year, because the points expire at the end of four years. Depending on how much you spend monthly on food, entertainment and holidays, that figure is not entirely out of reach. Membership of the Vauxhall MasterFit Service Club is also offered with the card. In addition, no interest will be required to pay on purchases for the first six months that you hold the card. If you don’t pay off your balance in full each month, the card has a representative APR of 17.9%, and obviously paying interest will soon wipe out the value of the rewards points you’ve earned.

The Rewards Points that you are allowed to spend are capped depending on the model from 500 on the ADAM and Agila to the maximum 1,500 on the Ampera and Insignia. Bear in mind, with Vauxhall’s new ADAM model going for around £10,000, £500 is only a small dent in the price.If you love to spend and also love the idea of a new Vauxhall then this card might be appealing due to its fairly generous rewards points.