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People with the Navy Federal Credit Union GO REWARDS MasterCard credit card now get more benefits with their card, including free two-day shipping and discounts when booking high-end rental homes. People can access the free shipping via ShopRunner, where they can shop at over 140 online stores. The two-day shipping is unlimited.
They also can head over to onefinestay.com, a website where they can book stays at more than 2,500 high-end rental homes located in 180 destinations – and they get 10% off all their stays. This upgrade is seen as being part of their ongoing effort to give their cardholders more value. “We're always looking for ways to offer better products and services to our members," said Matt Freeman, head of credit card products at Navy Federal.
"Our members have unique needs, and we are able to meet those needs by continuously working with our partners, like MasterCard, to refine our product offers. It's one of the many ways we put our members first,” he said.
Triple and double points
These upgrades are on top of the rewards that already come along with the GO REWARDS World MasterCard, which includes triple points when eating out at restaurants, and double points when pulling up to the pump. They also earn one point per dollar on all other purchases.
After people earn 1,000 points they can cash in their rewards. There is no limit to how many points they can earn. Rewards do expire after four years.
Cardholders also get complimentary access to a travel advisor with their card, along with free Identity theft services. When booking a rental car for 15 or less, they also get Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) coverage if they use their GO REWARDS World MasterCard to pay for the car.
There is no annual fee for this card, and people do not pay any fees for balance transfers or when traveling abroad. For more information, people can head over to the website.
Navy Federal Credit Union provides services for Department of Defense and Coast Guard active duty personnel, as well as veterans, contractor and civilian staff, and their families. They have seven million members and 309 branches.