December 29, 2011

Save Money on All of Your Purchases!

Get 3% back on all gasoline purchases*, 2% back on all groceries and 1% back on everything else with our Max Rewards Platinum Visa Card. The Max Rewards card has no annual fee, no balance transfer fees, and the ability to redeem points for cash, travel or merchandise.

For a limited time, take advantage of 2.99% APR* for 12 months on all purchases and balance transfers when you open an account between now and June 30, 2012!**. Plus we’ll give you 1,000 points when you make your first purchase and 5,000 additional points when you reach $500 in purchases! Apply for your Max Rewards Card today Just call, click or visit any of our branch locations.

*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Max Rewards Platinum Visa pays 3 points for every dollar spent on gasoline. Each point can be redeemed for 1 cent. Maximum earned on first $500 spent on gas/month, 1% after maximum is reached. **Cash advances not included, 12 months begins from date of account opening. Excludes existing LMCU balances.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

How much is the interest rate after the promotional 12 month period?

Anonymous said...

Would all purchases at Meijer be considered as groceries or does it know the difference between groceries and general merchandise?

Anonymous said...

Good question. And what if you bought gas from Meijer?

LMCU said...

After the introductory rate, the rate will be as low as Prime + 6.75% APR (variable) depending on credit score. APR = Annual Percentage Rate.

LMCU said...

All purchase made at Meijer stores would fall under the grocery category and earn 2% cash back or 2 CU Rewards points.

LMCU said...

Meijer gas purchases will earn 3% cash back or 3 CU Rewards points.(Up until the monthly limit of $500 spent on gas, then it goes to 1% Cash back or 1 CU Reward Point.)

Connie said...

How is this different from the Lake MI Credit Union Rewards Plus Visa I currently have?

LMCU said...

Hi Connie, it works the same. You get the same 3,2,1 Points or cash back rewards and the same interst rate.

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