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Posted by on Feb 21, 2014 in Barclays Arrival, Credit Cards | 0 comments

Barclays Arrival Minimum Spending Requirement Increasing to $3,000 in 90 Days

Previously, the Barclays Arrival credit card offered one of the best signup bonuses available. You could earn 44,000 miles (worth $440 towards travel) after spending just $1,000 in 90 days, and you can read about all the other perks and benefits in my analysis of the credit card. When deals are too good, however, they tend to change and recently, the Barclays Arrival minimum spending requirement increased to $3,000 in 90 days.

 

Barclays Arrival credit card

Barclays Arrival credit card

 

Barclays Arrival Minimum Spending Requirement Increased

While the minimum spending requirement increase to $3,000 is certainly a negative development, it’s really not that big a deal. It’s still very easy to use Amazon Payments to meet your spending requirement needs, and the core features of the credit card do not change. You still earn 2 miles per $ spent (2.2 miles if you factor in the 10% miles rebate), the annual fee is still waived for the first year and most importantly, you still earn the large signup bonus, which is worth around $440 towards any travel expenses.

Last but not least, don’t forget that it’s very easy to redeem the 44,000 miles signup bonus for free travel, which includes daily expenses, such as commuting, so you don’t need to be a jetsetter to get in on this deal.

 

The Main Point

The Barclays Arrival minimum spending requirement may be increasing from $1,000 in 90 days to $3,000 in 90 days, but it is still one of the best credit cards and offers one of the best signup bonuses available. When your first year is almost over, cancel the card before the annual fee hits as per my guidelines to opening credit cards for rewards. Then, you can open the Barclays Arrival credit card again to score the signup bonus multiple times!

 

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