You Can Now Transfer Brex Exclusive Rewards to Airline Partners

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Brex is business-oriented financial products company that issues a line of corporate charge cards. Some of these cards are part of the Brex Exclusive Rewards loyalty program and starting today you can transfer those points to six different airline partners. You can earn Brex points with cards like the Brex Corporate Card for Startups.

These cards are not for sole proprietors, so you won’t be able to apply just with your social security number and you’ll need at least $100,000 in corporate assests to qualify. But if your corporation qualifies, the Brex Corporate Card for Startups does have some potentially interesting perks (if you’re planning on making it your exclusive corporate card).

Now the miles you earn with the Brex Exclusive Rewards program can be transferred to airline partners. (Photo by DisobeyArt/Shutterstock)

Brex Exclusive Rewards Introduces Transfer Partners

You can transfer Brex miles to:

The transfer ratio for all of these airlines is 1:1 if Brex is your business’ exclusive corporate credit card, and 1.5:1 (1.5 Brex miles = 1 airline mile) if it is not. The Brex Corporate Card for Startups has some interesting bonus categories; the problem is that these categories only apply if Brex is your exclusive corporate credit card provider (otherwise you’ll earn 1x on all purchases):

  • 7x Brex Rewards points per dollar (7% cash back) on rideshare, including UberLyft, taxis and scooters
  • 4x Brex Rewards points per dollar (4% cash back) on travel booked through the Brex Travel portal, including flights, hotels, and Airbnbs.
  • 3x Brex Rewards points per dollar (3% cash back) on restaurants
  • 2x Brex Rewards points per dollar (2% cash back) on recurring software subscriptions like SalesforceSlackGithub, and Google’s G Suite.
  • 1x Brex Rewards points per dollar (1% cash back) on all other purchases.

The Brex Corporate Card for Startups also has a slew of other potentially valuable benefits, like $5,000 in Amazon Web Services credit (over one year), so read our full Brex Corporate Card for Startups review to learn more.

To be approved for this card, you must be a US-based company incorporated as a legal entity like a Limited Liability Company (LLC), partnership, or corporation — so sole proprietors are not eligible. You also must have at least $50,000 in your bank account at all times. According to Brex’s FAQ, companies that are typically approved for this card are backed by venture capital firms and have at least $100,000 in their bank account when they apply.

So the vast majority of you are better off applying for one of the top small business credit cards, like the Ink Business Preferred Credit Card. Not only is the Ink Business Preferred much easier to be approved for, but it also comes with an 80,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards points bonus after spending $5,000 on purchases in the first three months of account opening. You can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to 13 airlines and hotels.

Keep in mind that the Brex Corporate Card for Startups is different than the Brex Corporate Card for Ecommerce which doesn’t have a rewards program associated with it.

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