Credit Cards for Big Spenders

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Big Spender Series

Big Spenders are folks who can pay lots – tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, & millions of dollars – of reimbursable or business expenses with their credit cards and can get lots of benefits such as:

  • Elite status without flying or staying in hotels
  • Companion passes
  • Cash Back
  • Bonus airline miles and hotel points (in addition to the miles and points for regular spending) for award stays later on
  • Inching their way towards lifetime elite status with Marriott or Delta

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  18. Darius love the blog. I think I am pretty good at the credit card game now. I started out focusing on credit card sign up bonuses as most of my spending was small and for personal use a few years back. I now own a resale business that is very capital intensive. I spent over 1 million dollars on my credit cards last year. Now I don’t really worry about credit card sign up bonuses as they are not worth as much to me vs my spend bonuses and more accounts equals more accounting for my business. That being said I still love sign up bonuses but I guess they just are not as important as they were when my annual spend was 30k or less. I was wondering if you could just give me an idea if I am possibly missing a card to add to my mix to maximize my annual spend of over a million. Currently I am spending as much or more than below:

    Capital one 2% spark card spent over 450k for 9k cash
    Southwest card spend 110k for buddy pass and 110k points
    Starwood card 100k for gold status and 100k points
    Hilton reserve card 40k for diamond status 120k points & weekend night
    Bank of America virgin America spend the 30k or something for Bonus
    Chase ink spend money on 5x categories
    Delta Amex platinum spent 50k debating if platinum status is worth annual fees for the 3 cards needed

    I think I have a pretty good mix but I’m wondering if there is something I could move some of the capital one spend over to that is worth more than the 2%.

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