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There's No Limit to the Amount of Cash You Can Earn – Get 1% cash back on all purchases. Always earn 1%–there's no minimums or caps on the amount you can earn.
Easy Redemption – We take care of the work for you. Every October statement, we'll apply your Cash Rewards total to your credit card balance.
Great Features – Our Cash Rewards card comes with all the great benefits of our other cards including no annual or balance transfer fees,1 no–fee Advance Transfers,1 Web Branch account
management, Money Management Tools and more.
Coming Mid–January, Instant Issue Credit Cards – Apply for and leave with your credit card the same day. Simply stop by any branch, fill out an application and we can print your card so you can take it with you that day.
If you don't already have a UW Credit Union credit card, apply now, stop by a branch, or call us at 800.533.6773.
If you'd like to upgrade or convert your current UW Credit Union credit card to a Cash Rewards card, stop by any of our locations or call us today.
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* APR is Annual Percentage Rate. The ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE (APR) is a variable rate and is based on the Wall Street Journal Prime Rate (Index), plus a margin.
The margin for VISA Student, VISA Platinum, VISA Platinum Rewards and VISA Platinum with Cash Rewards cards is based on certain creditworthiness criteria. The APR is
subject to change monthly on the first day of the billing cycle to reflect any change in the index. We will use the index value from the first day of the billing cycle
month to implement the rate change. Any increase in the APR will result in additional payments of the same amount until what you owe has been repaid. Advance Transfer Option:
We will begin charging interest on Advance Transfers from the transaction date. Interest rate is based on your current APR for purchases. No transaction fee. Instant Issue Credit Cards
are subject to approval. Application & Solicitation Disclosure
1 National average as of January 2012 is 14.13%. For informational purposes only.