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Navy Federal Credit Union has launched several limited-time promotions: When you apply within a designated timeframe, you can earn an increased sign-up bonus for the More Rewards American Express card, the cashRewards card and the Visa Signature Flagship Rewards card, as well as a 0-percent introductory APR on balance transfers for the Platinum card.

Read on for more details on each of these offers.

More Rewards American Express card sign-up bonus offer

Navy Federal members who apply for a More Rewards American Express card between March 1 and April 30, 2019, will receive a 30,000-point sign-up bonus after spending $3,000 in the first 90 days of account opening.

More Rewards American Express card
Rewards rate

  • 3 points per dollar at supermarkets and gas stations
  • 2 points per dollar at restaurants
  • 1 point per dollar on all other purchases
Sign-up bonus

30,000 points when you spend $3,000 in the first 90 days (must apply between March 1 and April 30, 2019)


Why use it?

In addition to offering a 30,000-point bonus for a limited time, the More Rewards American Express card offers a generous rewards rate on everyday purchases, such as groceries and gas – all without charging an annual fee.

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Estimated Yearly Rewards Value ($15,900 spend)
$385
Annual Fee
$0

cashRewards card sign-up bonus offer

Navy Federal members who apply for a cashRewards card between March 1 and Sept, 3, 2019, will receive a $250 sign-up bonus after spending $2,500 in the first 90 days of account opening.

cashRewards card
Rewards rate

1.5% cash back on every purchase

Sign-up bonus

$250 when you spend $2,500 in the first 90 days (must apply between March 1 and Sept. 3, 2019)


Why use it?

The cashRewards card offers a simple, straightforward rewards structure that pays cash back on everything you buy.

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Estimated Yearly Rewards Value ($15,900 spend)
$321
Annual Fee
$0

Visa Signature Flagship Rewards card sign-up bonus offer

Navy Federal members who apply for a Visa Signature Flagship Rewards card between March 1 and Sept. 3, 2019, will receive a 50,000-point sign-up bonus after spending $4,000 in the first 90 days of account opening.

Visa Signature Flagship Rewards card
Rewards rate

  • 3 points per dollar on travel
  • 2 points per dollar on all other purchases
Sign-up bonus

50,000 points when you spend $4,000 in the first 90 days (must apply between March 1 and Sept. 3, 2019)


Why use it?

Along with a valuable sign-up bonus and bonus rewards on everything you buy, the Flagship Rewards card gives cardholders access to Visa Signature perks, including 24/7 concierge service, roadside dispatch, lost luggage reimbursement and more.

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Estimated Yearly Rewards Value ($15,900 spend)
$490
Annual Fee
$49, waived the first year

Platinum card balance transfer offer

Navy Federal has also extended its balance transfer offer for the Platinum card. If you sign up for the card by Jan. 2, 2020, you can  enjoy a 0-percent balance transfer APR for 12 months.

Platinum card
Rewards rate

 None

Sign-up bonus

None


Why use it?

Though the Platinum card doesn’t offer a rewards program or a sign-up bonus, it is a good deal for transferring a balance. It doesn’t charge a balance transfer fee and – if you sign up for the card by Jan. 2, 2020 – you can get a 0-percent APR for 12 months on your balance transfer.

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Estimated Yearly Rewards Value ($15,900 spend)
$0
Annual Fee
$0

Are you eligible?

To take advantage of these offers, you must be a member of Navy Federal Credit Union, which is only open to servicemembers, veterans, DoD civilians and immediate family members of eligible individuals. Here’s a detailed list of who this includes:

Service members and veteransDoD civiliansFamily members
  • Active duty members of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard
  • Army and Air National Guard
  • Delayed Entry Program (DEP)
  • DoD Officer Candidate / ROTC
  • DoD Reservists
  • Veterans, retirees and annuitants
  • DoD civilian employees
  • U.S. Government employees assigned to DoD installations
  • DoD contractors assigned to U.S. Government installations
  • DoD civilian retirees and annuitants
  • Grandparents
  • Parents
  • Spouses
  • Siblings
  • Children (including adopted and stepchildren)
  • Grandchildren
  • Household members


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