The CIBC Aventura Visa Business card earns Aventura points and gives cardholders the opportunity to earn 2x Aventura on travel purchases through the CIBC Rewards Centre.
The CIBC Aventura Visa Business credit card earns Aventura points for all purchases made on the card:
- 2 Aventura Points for every dollar spent on travel purchased through the CIBC Rewards Centre.
- 1.5 Aventura Points for every dollar spent on gas and travel purchases (such as flights, hotel stays, car rentals, and travel agencies).
- 1 Aventura Point for every dollar spent on all other purchases.
Redeeming Aventura Points
Aventura points can be redeemed for flight rewards; determine how many Aventura points your next flight reward will cost you through the Aventura Points Flight Finder tool.
There can be decent value in redeeming Aventura for gift cards; stronger than 1 cent per point during specific promotions.
Aventura also gives cardholders the option to redeem points for a statement credit, however, this is a poor value compared to the other options available and should be avoided.
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The CIBC Aventura Visa Business credit card offers seven types of insurance coverage:
- Flight delay and baggage delay insurance
- Rental car collision and loss damage
- Common carrier accident insurance
- Trip cancellation insurance
- Trip interruption insurance
- Purchase security
- Extended protection insurance
Refer to the CIBC Aventura Visa Business insurance certificate for additional details, including terms and conditions for eligibility.
Other Aventura Cards You Might Consider
|Credit Card||Welcome Bonus||Net Value|
|CIBC Aventura Visa Infinite Privilege||80,000 Aventura||$1,261||Apply|
|CIBC Aventura Gold||40,000 Aventura||$880||Apply|
|CIBC Aventura Visa Infinite||40,000 Aventura||$880||Apply|
|CIBC Aventura Visa Business Plus||25,000 Aventura||$550||Apply|
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