Sign-up today for The College of New Jersey Visa Signature® Card and you’ll be rewarded with 2,500 Bonus Rewards Points with your first purchase!¹ Plus, you’ll earn one point for every net dollar spent any where Visa is accepted! Redeem Your Points for²:
- Merchandise, Gift certificates or Cash back (Rewards start at 1,500 Rewards Points), or
- Unrestricted travel on any airline (Rewards starting at 25,000 Rewards Points)
Plus: The TCNJ Visa Signature® Card also provides great benefits, including:
- Unlimited rewards points¹
- No preset spending limit³
- Special Signature advantages such as Concierge Services4
Wherever you use the TCNJ Visa Signature® card, you’ll earn points to redeem for the rewards of your choice!
Hurry, offer ends 12/31/2011.
The APR may vary, and as of 10-01-11, the variable APR for Purchases and Balance Transfers is 9.99% – 21.99% (based on your creditworthiness). The variable APR for Cash Advances is 23.99%. Cash Advance fee: 4% of each advance amount, $10 minimum. Convenience Check fee: 3% of each check amount, $5 minimum, Cash Equivalent fee: 4% of each cash amount, $20 minimum. Balance Transfer fee: 3% of each transfer amount, $5 minimum. There is a $2 minimum finance charge when interest is due. The annual fee is $0. Foreign Transaction fee: 2% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in U.S. Dollars. 3% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in a Foreign Currency.
¹ Accounts must be open and in good standing (not past due) to earn and redeem points. 2,500 bonus points are awarded only to applicants who are approved for the Visa Signature Card. Approved applicants for all other products will receive 1,000 bonus rewards points with their first purchase. [Bonus points will appear on your first statement after the qualifying purchase is made].
² Please refer to the Rewards Center Program Rules for terms and conditions.
³Certain restrictions and exclusions may apply. Individual transactions are evaluated by U.S. Bank based on factors such as suspected fraud, Account history, credit record, payment resources, revolving balances, prior cash advances, and safety and soundness considerations. If U.S. Bank authorizes a transaction that causes you to exceed your revolving credit line, then you must pay, as a part of your monthly minimum amount due, the amount by which your new balance exceeds your credit line.