Verizon Visa® Card
- Reward Rates
- 4%4% on grocery store & gas purchases
- 3%3% on dining purchases, including takeout and delivery
- 2%2% on Verizon purchases (including monthly wireless bill)
- 1%1% on all other purchases everywhere Visa® Credit Cards are accepted
- Balance Transfers Intro APR
- Purchases Intro APR
- Regular APR
- 18.74% - 25.74% (variable, dependent on card type) Rates are accurate as of February 1, 2021
- Annual Fee
- Card holders earn 4% on grocery store & gas purchases
- 3% on dining purchases, including takeout and delivery
- 2% on Verizon purchases
- 1% on all other purchases everywhere Visa® Credit Cards are accepted
- Verizon customers who enroll in Verizon’s Auto Pay for the first time can get up to $10 per month off each eligible account or line, up to 10 lines max on select plans. New card holders can enroll using their card which is the only credit card approved for the discount. Please note: Auto pay discount is for first-time enrollees.
- Use the Verizon Visa® Card everywhere it's accepted to earn Verizon Dollars—rewards that can be redeemed for the best things at Verizon. No limits on earning, no expiration dates.
- No Annual Fee.
- Redeem Verizon Dollars on that phone you've been wanting. Or those headphones. Or pretty much anything in our store. Or even put the rewards toward your Verizon Wireless bill.
- Apply for the card with no annual fee and worth its weight in rewards. Exclusively offered to Verizon Wireless customers.
- No Annual Fee/No Foreign Transaction Fee – For New Accounts: Variable Purchase APRs are 21.74% or 25.74% for Verizon Visa Credit Card or 18.74%, 21.74% or 25.74% for Verizon Visa Signature Credit Card. APRs are accurate as of 2/1/21 and will vary with the market based on Prime Rates (as defined in your credit card agreement). Minimum Interest Charge is $2.
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3.4 out of 5
Our take: The Verizon Visa Card offers Verizon customers impressive rewards value and service discounts – but it’s only worth applying if you plan to stick with the carrier for the long haul.