Credit Card Insider is an independent, advertising supported website. Credit Card Insider receives compensation from some credit card issuers as advertisers. Advertiser relationships do not affect card ratings or our Editor’s Best Card Picks. Credit Card Insider has not reviewed all available credit card offers in the marketplace. Content is not provided or commissioned by any credit card issuers. Reasonable efforts are made to maintain accurate information, though all credit card information is presented without warranty. When you click on any ‘Apply Now’ button, the most up-to-date terms and conditions, rates, and fee information will be presented by the issuer. Credit Card Insider has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. Credit Card Insider and CardRatings may receive a commission from card issuers. A list of these issuers can be found on our Editorial Guidelines.
The Brex® Ecommerce Card is a high limit corporate card that offers a large credit limit with up to 60 full days to pay your bills, along with no associated card fees.
Rather than a typical credit card, this is a charge card that gives you net 60 terms to pay the full sale amount of your purchase. So if you spend $3,000 on January 6 and $2,000 on January 7, you’d owe $3,000 on March 8 and $2,000 on March 9.
This card doesn’t have a standard cash back or points program, but you can opt for net 30 days to pay your bills instead of net 60, and then get 1X point per dollar spent on all purchases.
Brex doesn’t charge interest or fees, but instead it makes a small commission from the merchant each time you use your card.
Brex makes expense management easy by utilizing simple integrations with QuickBooks®, Xero™, NetSuite® and more. You’ll also get some exclusive hefty discounts from services like Google Ads, Zendesk, Postscript, and other popular technology companies.
You can get a credit limit up to $5 million, based on 50–100% of your projected monthly sales.
This card has no annual fee or foreign transaction fees, and applying won’t affect your credit scores.