Priceline Credit Card

Priceline Credit Card
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Priceline Credit Card's Rewards

Bonus
10,000 points
Base Earn
1 point / $1
Max Earn
5 points / $1
Earn / Redeem Limit
No
  • Earn 5,000 Bonus Points after your first purchase and an additional 5,000 Points after spending $1,000 on qualifying transactions in the first 90 days of account opening – enough for a $100 statement credit.
  • Get 1 point per $1 spent on everything else.
  • Redeem for hotel stays, airlines tickets, car rentals, gift cards and or anything else you can buy with your card.
  • Earn 5X Points on priceline.com purchases.
  • Redeem points for statement credits against purchases made on your account.

Priceline Credit Card's Key APRs & Fees

Intro Rate on Purchases
Not Offered
Intro Rate on Transfers
Not Offered
Regular Rate
14.99% - 21.99% (V)
  • ANNUAL FEE None
  • BALANCE TRANSFER FEE 4%

Priceline Credit Card's Additional Info

  • MAX LATE FEE   $35
  • MAX OVERLIMIT FEE   None
  • MAX PENALTY APR   27.24% (V)
  • GRACE PERIOD   23 days
  • ONLINE RESPONSE   Yes
  • CASH ADVANCE RATE 25.24% (V)
  • CASH ADVANCE FEE 5% (min $10)
  • FOREIGN TRANSACTION
    FEE  
    3%
  • No Annual Fee.
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Priceline Credit Card Reviews

 
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Overall Rating: 3.1 / 5
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Jul 16, 2014
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up program for new customers which is great. The card itself is not flashy, but it gets you what you need.
May 29, 2014
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3
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This card doesn't stand out against other cards. I've used a Bank of America Travel Rewards card that offers a lot of ways to redeem points including cash straight into your bank account. This card seems to only offer gift cards, airline purchases, and statement credits. The bonus points within the first 90 days draws people in but 1000.00 seems like a bit much to spend in 90 days for some people.
May 19, 2014
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3
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This card is alright. There is nothing really special about it but I like how you get 1 point for every dollar spent. This card is worse off in just about every category and does not have as much features compared to my other card, the capital one venture card.
May 5, 2014
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The Priceline credit card seems like an okay credit card. I would prefer a 0% intro APR like my Citi credit card offers. However, it does seem to have reasonable rates and it seems fairly easy to earn the rewards quickly. I would like to see what you could redeem those points for, and what the minimum redemption rate is. Overall though, it seems like a decent credit card, especially if you travel a lot.
Apr 28, 2014
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The Priceline credit card is not the best card deal I’ve seen out there, but it is also not the worst. I recently got an offer for an Amex card that tops this in many respects. The introductory APR is 0% for the first 15 months, and then the rate starts out at 12.99% after that. This card starts out with interest at 14.99% variable rate right off the bat. I also really prefer rewards that are cash based for statement credit rather than rewards like this Priceline card. Don’t tell me how many points I'm going to get, just tell me how much cash I’m going to get. The more
Apr 8, 2014
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3
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The Priceline Credit Card looks good, until you find out there is no Intro Rate on purchases, and only 10,000 bonus points on approval. However there is no annual fee and the interest rates can be lower, depending on one's credit history, of course. The reward program isn't as prestigious as other cards, but it still looks attractive for potential card holders.
Apr 4, 2014
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3
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This Priceline Visa is a lot like my Amazon rewards Visa, in that you get a lot of points upfront, earn points when you use it and zero annual fee. Priceline is pretty good for getting cheap rates, especially now that you can get a refund of the difference if you find a better deal, so if you are a regular user, the introductory points are worth about a c-note on travel. If you use it unwisely, the cash advance fee, interest, and foreign transaction fees are pretty high. If your credit isn't the greatest you could get the 21.99% APR, not good. But it's decent to keep as an more
Mar 27, 2014
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The Priceline Credit Card is the main card that I use when making purchases. The rate is one of the lowest that I have been able to attain and I even get great rewards! The customer support has always been awesome whenever I have any questions or concerns when it comes to purchases and fees, which are minimal as is. The cash advance option is nice to have in case of an emergency.
Mar 10, 2014
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Price line Credit card fees are kinda high. It makes you think of a sub prime credit card even a secured credit card. Not idea to get due to the fees.
Feb 25, 2014
Photo of Michael C.
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This card is great if you use priceline.com for your purchases, earning 5X Points can add up very quickly. Don't get me wrong there's a lot to like about this card, like no max overlimit fee, however one thing that i don't like about this card is the foreign transaction fee, those can add up very quickly! However that's if you're into international travels if you're staying in the states you will be fine. The Priceline Credit Card is overall a 3 star card which is average in my honest opinion. "Capital One Quicksilver Cash Rewards Credit Card" is another great card you might want to consider looking into, it more
Feb 21, 2014
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Though 3 stars seems to be the prevailing choice, I think that there are some features to this card that pushes it up to 4 stars, though I think you've got to be smart about how you use it if you're going to take advantage. It seems like an excellent choice for somebody who travels often and especially for those that don't mind using a third-party site like Priceline. If you do travel a lot, you can take advantage of some great cash-back opportunities. Plus, if you're planning a large purchase or trip, I'd recommend signing up for this card right before, since you can't beat the sign-up points and more
Feb 10, 2014
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The Priceline Credit Card looks like it could be an excellent choice for people who travel and use Priceline to do so. Bonus points early on are generous, and points can be accrued quickly if you use the card to book for travel. I feel that someone who travels a lot on business might get a lot of use out of a card like this one. The APR is typical for a card like this and it has some flexibility in the form of statement credits. I'm not sure I would ever use this card, but it could be good for those who travel a lot on Priceline.
Jan 27, 2014
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The card seems like it would be great for people who travel often and easy to build up points to that end. The rate is a little higher than I'd like but for its uses it's tolerable. Compared to my master-card I tend to like it better. The 5 times points on price line purchases could make a huge difference if you travel through them frequently. The price line credit card overall gets a 3/5 rating from me.
Dec 27, 2013
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The priceline credit card is great for people that enjoy using priceline.com for booking the hotel and plane ticket. Personally, I travel a lot due to the requirement of my job. I started using priceline.com when a good friend of mine recommended the site to me. The website itself is very easy to use and very user friendly. I will definitely recommend this credit card to people that enjoy traveling!!!
Dec 11, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card is the card for you if priceline.com is where you choose to book your trips. You have to have good credit to qualify. You get a 10,000 point bonus on signup and rewards that range from 1-5 points for every dollar spent. The interest rate isn't great but you wont pay an annual fee. This is a decent card but there are some far better travel cards, such as the Capital One Venture Card. 3 out of 5 stars for me.
Dec 8, 2013
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I got my Priceline Credit Card mainly to get the $100 for spending 1000$ within 90 days. But after using it for those 90 days I found that I began using priceline.com more often to book my hotel, airline, and other travel needs. the 5x points on priceline is a plus since I have never seen a company offer such a large cashback on purchases made within their site. I would recommend this card to people who like to travel.
Dec 5, 2013
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If Priceline is your choice website for online travel booking, then the Priceline Credit Card is probably a decent credit card to have on hand. The card requires a good to excellent credits score, but rates can come in slightly lower than average, ranging from 14.99% to 21.99%. The Priceline Credit Card rewards program is the number one reason to keep this card on hand for all Priceline purchases. There is a 10,000 initial bonus point amount, with earnings ranging from 1 to 5 points on each dollar spent. Rewards can include anything from airline tickets to statement credits. The only downfall to the card is its quick turnaround time more
Nov 25, 2013
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I got my Priceline credit card mainly because I book most of my flights and hotels through Priceline. The extra discount was enough to convince me that this was the card for me. The sign up bonus of 10,000 points was a great surprise and they went pretty far in the Priceline ticket store. I earn enough points in six months to afford an in country round trip ticket by using my card on almost everything. I just make sure to pay it off at the end of the month and I'm basically getting free travel. The interest on the card isn't that high at 15 percent for a rewards more
Nov 21, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card has an immediately impressive offer of 10,000 rewards points upon acceptance. From that initial acceptance point forward, the card offers an appealing 1-point per $1 with a 5-point max system. Although there is no introductory interest offers for new purchases, there is an appealing standard rate of between 14.99% and 21.99% (V) on all types of transactions. One slight negative is a slightly higher balance transfer fee of 4%, so without the allure of any free interest period, plus the higher than normal fee, the Priceline Credit Card would not be considered a primary option in the area of balance transfers. There is also a high more
Nov 16, 2013
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This is a great card for traveling, in my opinion. The Priceline credit card is perfect for those that buy a lot of airline tickets, rent a lot of cars, or stay in a lot of different hotels. The interest rate is not anything to write home about, but there is no annual fee. That part is always a plus. At the end of the day, there are much better cards out there to choose from. But like I said earlier, if you are a traveler, then you might consider this. Always check out some of the other travel card options that are out there right now.
Nov 8, 2013
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This is a good card if you travel a lot as earn a ton of points if you shop on priceline.com a lot. However it kind of locks you in and doesnt allow you to shop around for better deals. You get an ok amount of bonus points after signing up but even that has a catch that you get them after spending a certain amount of money which also isnt that great of a deal. Pretty average APR pretty much seals the deal of this card into the average category. However it does have a slightly lower than average balance transfer fee of only 4% which would be ok more
Nov 5, 2013
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I do a lot of traveling and buy many of my air tickets on Priceline so the bonus points will be easy for me to earn. That is like getting a 10% discount on my first $1,000 purchase if I get back $100, so that would be very attractive to me. My typical airfare I spend on Priceline is over $1,000 per month plus more on hotels and rental cars because I find such good deals on Priceline. I do not like two things about this card. One is they only accept excellent or good credit scores so I may not qualify since I lost my house by having to more
Oct 29, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card offers a large amount of bonus points to start off one of its new card holders, a pretty rare find among credit card issuers. The rewards system is one of the best, offering up for 5 points for each dollar spent on purchases. Another big positive about the Priceline Credit Card is that it does not charge an annual fee. The interest rate for this card isn't one of the best in the industry, ranging anywhere between 14.99% all the way up to 21.99%. The cash advance rate is awful at 25.24 compared to what other cards offer.
Oct 24, 2013
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Priceline card makes traveling so much easier for me. Being in a long distance relationship can require a lot of traveling and this helps me a lot. I've been a few different cards but this is definitely the best one I've come across. It has it's ups and downs but overall it's that bad. I use to for just about every bit of traveling that I do. I would recommend the Priceline Card.
Oct 21, 2013
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The Priceline card is definitely a competitive offer, however if you do not travel very often or use Priceline then this would not be the card for you. However, if you are planning a huge trip or Honeymoon then it would probably be worth getting just for that one purchase. The only downside is you would have to use Priceline to book your whole entire trip and you would not get any rewards back on the purchases you are making on the trip. You would be better off getting a card such as the Chase Freedom card which has no annual fees and cash back on purchases at gas stations more
Oct 12, 2013
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This is obviously a travel card, and it's of course skewed even more in favor of Priceline. Now, there are some far superior travel cards (Chase Sapphire Preferred comes to mind, Capital One Venture is good too), but I suppose if you use Priceline for your booking almost all the time, this is a good choice. You do earn good rewards for purchases and bookings used on Priceline. There's a version that has William Shatner on it not pictured here, that version for the image alone should be five stars.
Oct 3, 2013
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As a person who travels a great deal for work, this card is a must have! My job has me traveling across the country on a weekly basis, and I use my Priceline Credit Card for nearly everything, from my hotel room to the gas in my rental car, the amount of points I rake in each month is awesome. I have a Capital One Platinum Card, and was my preferred card until I got my Priceline Credit Card, the rate at which I accrue points makes the benefits miles ahead of my Capital One card. I originally got this card for the initial bonus of 5,000 points, and knew more
Sep 27, 2013
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If you use Priceline, or just travel a lot, the Priceline Credit Card is a helpful tool when you first open it. If you use the card for $1000 you'll accrue 10,000 points, enough to get a $100 voucher towards traveling through Priceline. The APR is pretty competitive as well, so it won't kill you to make a large purchase of say, airline tickets, that you don't pay off immediately. After that, however, the rate drops to 1/1 which ends up being a 1% return on your purchases; lower than other travel cards like the Chase Sapphire Card, which at least doubles your contribution from some purchases. Even if you more
Sep 18, 2013
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The Priceline credit card has the potential to be an amazing credit card. If you travel a lot and have the ability to use Priceline.com, this could help you tremendously. It offers 5000 points for opening the account and then an additional 5000 points after your first $1000 spent. These 10,000 points alone are enough for a statement credit of $100 which is a great gift. After that, you accrue points at 1 point per dollar spent, which is not bad if you are traveling frequently. If you use Priceline.com, you are given 5 times the amount of points for regular purchases. I would study my options if I was more
Sep 12, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card is really great if you use the popular website to book your online travel. That's because they offer a whopping 5% back on all purchases you make through Priceline.com. For comparison, my Chase Sapphire card get 5% back on travel sometimes, but it has to be a quarterly bonus that I activate, and hope that I am booking travel during that time. If you are planning a big trip such as a family vacation or honeymoon, consider getting the Priceline card to save 5% on your entire purchase. With no annual fee and the standard 1% back on all your every day purchases, it can still more
Aug 30, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card seems to have a few good perks, for example, earning 5,000 points just for opening it and making a purchase is decent. Also, many cards like this one have an annual fee whereas the Priceline card does not. It's pretty easy to earn points - spend a buck, get a point. Also, after spending $1000 you earn an additional 5,000 points. Unfortunately it also has to be $1000 on qualifying purchases. I think the REI Visa is a better deal. Not only do you earn 5% back on all REI purchases, but you can earn 1% on ALL non-REI purchases. At the end of the year more
Aug 22, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card is a very good rewards card, it is very generous in it's rates and rewards that are offered. There's no intro APR rate which is surprising as it has been mostly a standard practice in reward cards lately. If you're looking to get cash advances then I would suggest using another card, as the rate is higher than normal. Other than that, the bonus points you receive from purchases are very nice. You also get 5x the points from purchases made from priceline, so that is a huge plus as well. Overall, this is a good rewards card if you can get approved for it.
Aug 7, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card seems to be more attractive to me than other cards I'm familiar with. The rewards program seems much more generous, apparently allowing you to use your points on anything that you've purchased with the card. The detractors to the card, to me, are the lack of an introductory APR and the fact that the cash advance APR is significantly higher than even the highest "regular" interest rate that the card offers, even if that rate is only two percent lower than the penalty APR. I think that with the credit market as tight as it is this card could do better in trying to lure customers more
Aug 2, 2013
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The Priceline Credit Card is great because it rewards its users with points whenever they use it, and they never expire. Upon signing up and making your first purchase, you even get a big bonus of 5,000 points plus opportunities to earn more bonus points. You can spend them on hotels, airfare and other things. I love that there is no annual fee, but they do not offer a zero interest introductory rate on purchases or balance transfers like most credit cards. While this card is decent, I think the Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card is a better choice because you earn rewards as well, but they have a more
Jul 30, 2013
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I really like that it has no annual fee. For those of us who have had some trouble with our credit in the past, this seems like a good choice. The interest rate is a little high. It's VISA, it gives Reward Points, and there's no annual fee. What's not to love? The only other thing to check out is how good their website is. When I had a Discover card, I used their website all the time for payments, information, and setting up transactions. It was really easy to use. I think in our mobile age, a good mobile app and website are crucial!
Jul 30, 2013
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While I do see how this would be useful to some people, I don't think it's something I would personally use. The cash back rewards aren't attractive enough for me to want to pick this card up. Just the fact that you have to spend $1,000 to receive the bonus points is a little bit of a turn off for me. Though I do travel once in the blue, I'm not a huge fan of it and the rewards just aren't enough for me to be interested in this card. Again, it may be attractive to some people, but not me.
Apr 3, 2012
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Do you guys think William Shattner has this card? Probably, and the Big Deal too. But whether you, I, or anyone else should as well is another story entirely. One which depends on what the Priceline Credit Card has to offer and what you tend to spend your money on. I mean, I don’t think the Priceline Card has a Name Your Own Rates and Rewards feature like Priceline.com has for flights, and you don’t want to get a card that offers rewards in spending categories that aren’t important to you. The Priceline.com Credit Card is going to be travel oriented, that’s no secret, and only people who travel frequently more
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