Commerce Bank has announced they are offering a Visa credit card with rewards to members of the University of North Texas Alumni Association (UNTAA).
The card offers reward points with unlimited earnings, as well as no annual fee, also Cardholders are able to redeem points for cash back statement credits, gift cards, merchandise, or travel.
Some additional features and benefits include USD100,000 travel insurance, emergency card replacement and cash advance, 24/7 customer service, Visa Zero Liability coverage, e-statements, and optional auto pay.
“We’re excited to join forces with The University of North Texas Alumni Association to offer a valuable and customized credit card product,” said Carl Bradbury, Director of Consumer Card Products. “The North Texas Alumni card will allow alumni to show their school spirit, while enjoying the many benefits that come with a Commerce Bank credit card. Commerce Bank is committed to developing innovative and valuable products for our partner organizations.”
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