Last updated on November 3rd, 2020
Navy Federal Credit Union is the largest credit union by size in the United States. It’s also one of the best when it comes to giving its members value for money. Navy Fed, as it’s also known, is now providing further proof of its commitment to excellence with an exciting new offer for Flagship Rewards cardholders: a free Amazon Prime membership. Here’s what you need to know about Navy Federal Credit Union’s free Amazon prime offer – and how to take part.
Free Amazon Prime for a Year
Navy Federal Credit Union is offering a free year of Amazon Prime for new and current Navy Federal Visa Signature® Flagship Rewards credit cardholders.
All a cardholder needs to do to take advantage of this free Prime offer is to pay their annual membership fee for Amazon Prime (a $130 cost) with their Flagship rewards card. Once they do this, Navy Federal will reimburse them the cost. Those who already have a current Prime subscription need to renew their membership with their Flagship Rewards Visa Signature (or switch their payment method to the Flagship Visa prior to billing) to take advantage of the offer.
Cardholders have through September 30, 2021, to complete their Amazon Prime membership purchase.
Navy Federal Flagship Rewards Visa Signature
The Navy Federal Visa Signature® Flagship Rewards is Navy Federal Credit Union’s premier rewards credit card. The card, which includes a $49 annual fee (waived for the first year), earns 3X points per dollar on travel purchases and 2X points on all other purchases. The card also features a $100 statement credit for TSA PreCheck or Global Entry application costs, and no foreign transaction fees.
Points with Navy Federal credit cards apply towards the credit union’s Flagship rewards program. That program offers a variety of award options, including cash back, travel, merchandise, or more.
About Navy Federal Credit Union
Navy Federal Credit Union is the largest credit union in the United States by total assets. As of 2020, the credit union has over $100 billion in total assets and over nine million members across the country. Navy Federal serves members of the armed forces and their families, as well as eligible Department of Defense civilian contractors, government employees, and more.
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