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Every credit card welcome bonus

This page contains a database of every credit card welcome bonus that we track, plus information on previous bonuses. The table is searchable and best viewed in a desktop browser. More information about the data displayed is below the table.

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A few notes about the table

Data in this table

All of the data in this table is sourced independently of information provided by our affiliate and advertising partners.

We show you the best offer we know about for each card, regardless of our relationship with our advertising partners.

The cash value of bonus column gives the value of the best “cash equivalent” award. Cash equivalent awards include the following:

  • Cash-back awards. (e.g. statement credits, cash back checks, and credits to bank accounts.)
  • Travel redemptions that are not restricted to a hotel. (e.g. purchases through Chase Travel.)
  • Redemptions for statement credits that offset a common category of purchases. (e.g. credits to offset travel purchases or grocery store purchases.)

For cash value of bonus, we don’t account for increased value you might get from credit card synergies. For example, the 20,000 Ultimate Rewards points you earn after spending $500 on a new Chase Freedom Flex card are worth $200 (1 cent each,) whereas the 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points you earn after spending $4,000 on a new Sapphire Reserve card are worth $900 (1.5 cents each.) Frequent flyer miles and hotel points that cannot be redeemed for a cash-equivalent award do not show a cash value.

Information on previously available welcome bonuses is found by clicking on the “+” near the card name. If we have info on a previous welcome bonus entered into our database, you can see it there.

About the author

  • Aaron Hurd

    Aaron Hurd is a credit card, travel rewards, and loyalty program expert. Over the past 15 years, he has authored over a thousand expert contributions published by leading outlets including WSJ, TIME, Newsweek, Forbes, NerdWallet, The Points Guy, Bankrate, CNET, and many others. He has also served in consulting roles for many of these same outlets, designing content strategy, hiring teams of teams of editors and contributors, developing thought-leadership pieces, and ghost-editing for senior editors. Aaron is well-known in the miles and points community and regularly presents about travel rewards at conferences like the Chicago Seminars and Minnebar. Aaron has enjoyed the game of optimizing credit card rewards since getting his first credit card shortly after he turned 18. He started learning about credit cards and travel rewards from the (now defunct) FatWallet Finance forums and FlyerTalk. He holds more than 40 open credit cards and has first-hand experience with almost every major credit card product.

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