Earning Rewards is Amazing!
Shopping with the Advantage One Visa® Platinum Rewards credit card has never been more rewarding¹. Use our card on Amazon.com² now through December 31st and you'll earn five points for every dollar spent.
Our Visa Platinum Rewards credit card earns:
- 1 Point for Everyday Purchases
Earn 1 point for every dollar spent on everyday items.
- 2 Points for Retail Purchases
Earn 2 points for every dollar spent on clothing, gift,
electronics and more! Shop in the store or online!
- 3 Points for Gas
Earn 3 points per dollar spent when you buy gas.
- 5 Points for Amazon.com² purchases
Amazon.com² is a great place to find and discover almost anything you want to buy online at a great price!
On top of our great new rewards, our Visa Platinum Rewards credit card has no annual fee and no balance transfer fee.
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¹Rewards are available only for new retail purchases made with the Advantage One Visa Platinum credit card (card): cash advances, ATM withdrawals, checks drawn from the account, balance transfers, any fees and card-related charges posted to a card account, tax payments and any unauthorized charges or transactions are excluded and do not earn rewards. Visa® USA determines which transactions are classified as retail, gas station and Amazon.com purchases based on Merchant Category Codes. Amazon digital download services, Prime subscription services and Prime membership are not eligible for five times the points. Your card account must be open and in good standing to earn rewards. A card account is not in good standing if closed or suspended, or if the credit limit has been exceeded. Offer is subject to change without notification. Amazon five times the points promotion ends December 31, 2019.
²Amazon.com is not a sponsor of this program and is not affiliated with Advantage One Credit Union.
|Effective Date: Tuesday, September 17th, 2019|
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As low as 10.98%
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