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The Signature BONUS Card is Texell’s premier card, offering higher credit limits and greater purchases rewards. There’s no annual fee ever, and with a 0% APR introductory rate on purchases for the first 6 months, why settle for anything less?
Benefits of Signature BONUS:
- Reach for the sky: Credit limits up to $50,000.
- Earn rewards faster: Earn 2 points for every $1 spent on utilities, memberships, and charities. Earn 1.25 points for every dollar spent on everything else.1
- Bonus BONUS Rewards: Receive 50,000 BONUS Reward Points when you spend $5,000 within the first 90 days.2
- It doesn’t get better than zero: 0% Intro APR on all purchases for the first six months. After that the variable APR will be 9.74% to 11.74%.3
- Tap and go: Make purchases faster. Look for the contactless symbol , tap your card, and go!
- Transfer and save: 4.99% Intro APR on balance transfers for 24 months. After that the variable APR will be 9.74% to 11.74%.4
Enjoy all of these remarkable benefits and peace of mind with $0 Fraud Liability if your card ever gets lost or stolen.
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Signature BONUS is one of three credit cards we offer, each with different benefits and features.
Get 50,000 BONUS Reward Points
When you spend $5,000 in the first 90 days.1
It doesn’t get better than zero
0% APR intro rate on all purchases for the first 6 months. After that the variable APR will be 9.74% to 11.74%.3
Earn 2 points on charities, utilities, and memberships
Earn BONUS Reward Points Faster.
Frequently Asked Questions:
When will my Signature BONUS card arrive?
Your Signature BONUS card will typically arrive within 10 business days.
What is the Annual Percentage Rate for the Signature BONUS Card?
After the 0% APR introductory period ends, the variable APR will be 9.74% APR – 11.74% APR, based on your credit worthiness.
Is there a sign-up bonus for the Signature BONUS Card?
Yes! You will receive 50,000 BONUS Points — a $500 value — if you spend $5,000 within the first 90 days.
Can the Signature BONUS Card be used through my mobile wallet?
What can I redeem BONUS Reward Points for?
How can I redeem points?
The easiest way to redeem your points is through Mobile Banking or e-Branch Home Banking. Log in and select BONUS Reward Points from the menu options. Prefer to talk to someone? No problem! You can get information and redeem your points by calling 855.773.1604, option 4.
Does the Signature BONUS Card have additional benefits?
The Signature BONUS Card offers many benefits above other credit cards, including extended warranty protection on purchases, emergency card replacement, emergency cash disbursement, auto rental collision damage waiver, and zero liability for fraudulent purchases.
1 No points earned for fees, cash advances, ATM withdrawals or balance transfers posted to your account. For complete BONUS Reward program details, visit here.
2 With approved credit. You will earn 50,000 BONUS Reward Points if you spend at least $5,000 within 90 days of your card open date. Once you qualify for this bonus, we will apply it to your reward points balance within 60 days.
3 0% APR for 6 months for purchases beginning at your card open date. After that, the variable APR will be 9.74% APR – 11.74% APR, based on your credit worthiness.
4 4.99% APR for 24 months for balance transfers beginning at your card open date. After that, the variable APR will be 9.74% APR – 11.74% APR, based on your credit worthiness. Your credit card must be open at the time your balance transfer is processed and you must have sufficient available credit to cover the amount of the transfer. Balances cannot be transferred from an existing Texell Credit Union loan or credit card. Credit Card Disclosure
Getting the Most Out of Your Reward Points
An estimated 29% of people who collect credit card rewards let them expire. That’s leaving money on the table!
How Does 0% APR Work on Credit Cards?
The value of a 0% APR offer depends on your habits and needs, but it could be beneficial when planning a large purchase or paying down high-interest debt.