Navy Federal Credit Union has unveiled a new credit card offering triple points when shopping for groceries and filling up at the gas station. The New Navy Federal American Express Card also lets their members earn double points when eating out, and one point on all other purchases.
Along with earning triple and double points, there is also no annual fee with this card, and there are no foreign transaction fees to deal with when traveling or fees on balance transfers.
“The More Rewards Card allows members to earn real value by shopping at everyday places like supermarkets and gas stations,” said Matt Freeman, head of credit card products at Navy Federal Credit Union.
“You have to buy groceries, you’re going to get gas and go out to eat—now you can also benefit from earning additional points when you do,” said Freeman.
No expiration date
Once approved for the Navy Federal American Express card, people begin earning points – and there is no limit on how many rewards they can earn and rewards do not expire.
The card also includes features that help protect cardholders against cyber hackers and thieves, including fraud monitoring and a Zero Liability policy covering unauthorized purchases.
Let us entertain you
Along with having no annual fee or foreign transaction fees, cardholders also get access to a variety of other perks and benefits, including taking advantage of the Entertainment Access program, giving them early access to sports events, shows, and concerts around the U.S.
They also get access to presale tickets for a variety of events and experiences when using the entertainment website.
Cardholders can also take advantage of the Global Dining Program, opening the door to built-in extras like free wine and appetizers or a discount on meals.
Navy Federal members can begin applying for this card now via their website, calling the 24/7 contact center or heading over to one of their 305 branch locations.
For more information, people can visit the website.
Navy Federal Credit Union is the credit union for all Department of Defense and Coast Guard Active Duty, as well as veterans, civilian and contractor personnel and their families. They have has 305 branches.