First National Bank TravElite American Express® Card

- Earn a $250 statement credit with purchase
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First National Bank TravElite American Express® Card
  • 3x points per $1 spent on travel purchases
  • 1.5x points per $1 spent on everyday purchases
  • Earn 25,000 points to redeem for a $250 statement credit, when you spend $2,500 in the first 3 billing cycles
  • $100 Global Entry Credit – Save time and bypass the lines for TSA screening and customs at select U.S. airports if approved. Pay your Global Entry application fee and receive the full $100 back as a statement credit.
  • $100 Travel Discretionary Fund - Enroll your TravElite Card with Premium Concierge and receive up to $100 in statement credits yearly to use for baggage, fees, airport lounge access, on-board food and beverage and more.
  • Your variable APR based on the Prime Rate will be 16.49% to 23.49% on purchases and balance transfers, based on your creditworthiness
  • No Foreign Transaction Fee
  • No Annual Fee
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  • The information related to this product has been collected by dealsea and has not been reviewed or provided by the issuer of this card.

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Posted May 10, 2017 at 9:34
by cheetah


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By anonymous on 05/23/2017, 09:39am
Received card within two weeks after applying
Thanks Dealsea //@Anonymous: weird, says, we will inform you in 3-4 weeks time ! whf, haven't they heard and seen others approve cards in an instant. whatever, must be using a 20th century system.

By anonymous on 05/19/2017, 01:30pm
weird, says, we will inform you in 3-4 weeks time ! whf, haven't they heard and seen others approve cards in an instant. whatever, must be using a 20th century system.

By anonymous on 05/10/2017, 02:13pm
obviously this is a dumb card. you can close the card once you have earned all of the bonuses. //@Anonymous: Is this a good card?

By anonymous on 05/10/2017, 11:45am
Not bad--if you travel a lot and don't have a perfect credit history to get CSR or USbank. //@Anonymous: Is this a good card?

By anonymous on 05/10/2017, 11:00am
Is this a good card?

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