GFCU’s Earned Premium Rewards Visa® credit card combines the best features and benefits into one card that works as hard as you do. Earn the most cash back on every purchase, every time.
Your Earned Premium Reward Features
- 1.50% cash back on every purchase
- No annual fee or cash advance fee
- No cap or limit on the amount of reward cash you can earn
- Complimentary cost-saving benefits
As an Earned Premium Rewards Visa card member, you’ll enjoy complimentary enhancements, including a number of money-saving and security benefits.*
Earn cash rewards and enjoy these additional benefits:
- Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver
- 24-hour Roadside Dispatch Service
- Return Protection
- Price Protection Guarantee
- 90-day Purchase Security
Start earning your cash rewards today by applying for an Earned Premium Rewards Visa card.
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Credit Card Rates
|Type||APR (as low as)*|
|Earned Premium Rewards||15.75%|
|Line of Credit||11.00%|
*APR is Annual Percentage Rate. Rates are effective as of 11/01/2022. View our Application and Solicitation Disclosure for a complete list of transaction fees, penalty fees and APRs for each card type.