Looking for rewards? We’ve got plenty. How about an interest rate that beats the national average? We’ve got that, too. UW Credit Union can help you find the right card for you.
Get More Out of Your Everyday Spending
Not only do we have low interest rates and no annual fee, we also offer introductory rates as low as 0% APR* with a 2% balance transfer fee1 for transfers made during the first 60 days after opening an account.
Our cards also come with free perks like auto rental insurance and travel accident protection.
Get cash back with every purchase or earn points toward airfare, merchandise and gift cards. You can even donate points to charity. Plus, there’s no limit to the amount of points or cash you can earn.
Security You Can Trust
We monitor your account and will alert you of any suspicious activity. All of our cards offer chip technology and identity theft coverage.
Check your score daily for free.
Keeping your account information safe is our top priority. That's why we offer several different ways for you to protect and manage your credit and/or debit card. Learn more about what you can do in Web Branch and our Mobile App including:
Mobile Travel Verification
Let our App help confirm your debit and/or credit card transactions to reduce the likelihood your card will be mistakenly declined when you’re away on business or vacation. Learn more about Mobile Travel Verification.
Card Transaction Notifications
Stay on top of your account and get timely updates on your card activity. Card Transaction Notifications provide an added layer of card security to help you verify your transactions and identify potential fraud sooner.
Losing your card can stressful. Don’t panic – temporarily lock your card in Web Branch or our App. Rest assured that your account is safe while you take the time to locate your card. You can easily unlock your card at any time.
Want details on a purchase or transaction? No problem. Our easy-to-read format provides details on your pending and posted items. You can also search your history by any field such as category, label, description, date or dollar amount. Learn about Money Management Tools.