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Getting and using rewards from your rewards card is easier than ever thanks to these features:

Hassle-free earning

Hassle-free earning

Earn unlimited 2% rewards on all purchases with $1,000 in monthly direct deposits to a BBVA deposit account. Rewards decrease to 1.5% without the monthly direct deposit.1

No annual fee

Extra $100

Get a $100 Account Credit when you make $1,500 in Qualifying Purchases in the first 90 days.

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0% Intro APR

0% Intro APR for 13 months on balance transfers made within 60 days of opening account. After that, a 12.99% to 30.99% variable APR.


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1BBVA Rewards Program: BBVA Rewards Cards automatically earn 1.5 Base Points per $1.00 of net purchases. In addition to Base Points, BBVA Rewards Cardholders can earn Relationship Rewards Points at a rate of one half (0.5) point for each $1.00 of net purchases (for a total of 2 points per $1.00). To be eligible for Relationship Rewards Points, you must receive direct deposits (from third parties) totaling $1,000.00 or more in a calendar month to your BBVA consumer checking, savings or money market account. Eligibility for Relationship Rewards Points is assessed monthly, and Relationship Rewards Points will be applied to purchases made the following month with your BBVA Rewards Card. To qualify to earn points, a purchase must be made with your BBVA Rewards Card and processed or submitted through the Visa U.S.A. Inc. payment system. The following do not qualify as purchases: payments of existing card balances, balance transfers, cash advances, ATM transactions, convenience checks, fees charged by us (for example, finance charges, and related service charges, if any apply), purchases of prepaid cards or reloadable cards such as certain gift cards, purchases of quasi-cash items (for example, casino chips), purchases of cash equivalents or payment instruments that can readily be converted to cash (for example, travelers' cheques, money orders, wire transfers, and similar products or services), or purchases made using a Personal Identification Number (PIN) or initiated through identification technology that substitutes for a PIN.