Reward yourself: 3 benefits of a Rewards Visa® credit card

family holiday shopping together

The holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year. You’re making several trips to the mall to find the right gift and traveling near and far to celebrate with friends and family. While you’re shopping and traveling this season, you could be earning points on all of your purchases with a Landmark Rewards Visa credit card!

No Annual Fee

With no annual fee and 0% intro APR* for the first six months, this card is great to use on everyday purchases. Intro APR available on purchases and non-Landmark balance transfers. After, rate will be 12.24% - 21.24% APR based on creditworthiness and will vary based on the Prime Rate.

Rewards Visa Credit Card

Earn Points

Simply by using your card for everyday purchases, you’re earning 1 point for every $1 you spend. Set up your card for recurring payments like cell phone, cable and utility bills to earn rewards even faster and upload your card to your mobile wallet to earn points on the go!

It’s easy to reward yourself

All points earned can be redeemed for gift cards from over 50 merchants, merchandise from an extensive catalog with thousands of items and exciting travel options!

Shopping can be rewarding, so treat yourself to a Landmark Credit Union Rewards Visa credit card.

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Federally insured by NCUA

This card is issued by Landmark Credit Union pursuant to a license from Visa USA Inc. Rewards Visa earns 1 point for $1 dollar in purchases. Offers are limited to accounts in good standing. An account will be disqualified if it becomes past due 60 or more days. Points are not earned on cash advances, balance transfers, unauthorized or fraudulent charges or for fees of any kind on your card account. *Rates are subject to change. Cash advances are not eligible for the 0% Intro APR. Cash advance APR is 15.24% - 24.24% based on creditworthiness and will vary based on the Prime Rate. Allow 3-4 weeks for balance transfers. An account will be disqualified if it becomes past due 60 or more days.