NASA Federal Credit Union is about to launch of a series of Star Trek credit cards. The Star Trek credit cards, under license by CBS Consumer Products, will provide special rewards of Star Trek merchandise and experiences – in addition to the the current NASA Federal Credit Union Platinum Advantage Rewards credit card program.
“We’re excited to offer these new cards to Star Trek enthusiasts to express their support every time they use the card. We hope fans will take advantage of this exciting new benefit while also remembering that, as NASA Federal members, they can take advantage of a full array of financial services,” said NASA Federal Credit Union President & CEO, Douglas Allman.
The four new Star Trek Platinum Advantage Rewards Credit Cards include: the Starfleet Academy Alumni, Starfleet Command, United Federation of Planets, and the Captain’s Card. All of these credit cards will be available this September. In addition to exclusive Star Trek merchandise and experiences, all four cards feature a competitive interest rate, no balance transfer fee, and a generous rewards program.
Star Trek fans may become NASA Federal members and apply for the new cards online at nasafcu.com/startrek.
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