Visa Credit Cards

Enjoy the Benefits of ETFCU's Visa® Platinum Cards
Choose a great rate and rewards—or an even lower rate!

ETFCU offers two consumer Visa® Platinum credit cards with local service and great rates! ETFCU’s Visa Platinum Rewards card offers a great low rate and allows you to take advantage of the credit union’s ScoreCard rewards point program. Points can be redeemed for brand-name merchandise, gift cards, travel and even cash back!

If you're not interested in rewards, ETFCU's Platinum Prime Plus card features the guaranteed lowest available rate based on your credit score. Both cards offer introductory rates of 0% APR on balance transfers and 1.99%1 on all other purchases for the first 6 months!

No matter which card you choose, your ETFCU Visa Platinum card is a great option!

Combine points earned on your credit card with those earned with your ETFCU Debit Rewards Checking account and earn rewards even faster.

With the householding feature on scorecardrewards.com, you can link multiple accounts for the purpose of combining your rewards points—which lets you reach higher point totals faster. Combine points earned with your ETFCU Debit Rewards Card with those earned on your credit card, with those earned by others in your household, or both!

Click here to learn more about householding.

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If you choose to close your existing credit card account, be sure to redeem your points before doing so as they are non-transferrable.

1APR based on applicant creditworthiness. The APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate. The Prime Rate used to determine your APR is the rate published in the Wall Street Journal.