First Tech Platinum Rewards Mastercard®

Credit Card Details
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No annual fee or balance transfer fee

Card Brand MasterCard®

Credit Recommended Good,Excellent

Regular Purchase APR 13.24% - 18.00% (V)

Annual Fee 0.00

Intro Purchase APR N/A

Intro Balance Transfer APR N/A


  • As low as 13.24% APR
  • Introductory 0% APR on balance transfer for 12 months
  • Earn 10,000 bonus Rewards Points when you spend $2,000 in the first 60 days
  • Earn 1 point for every $1 spent on everyday purchases
  • Points never expire while account is open and in good standing
  • Redeem points for travel, merchandise, events and activities, charitable donations, and gift cards

Additional Info

  • Cash Advance Fee: 0%
  • Cash Advance APR: 13.24% – 18.00% (V)
  • Foreign Transaction Fee: 0%
  • Smart Chip: Yes, chip-and-PIN
  • Max Late Fee: $25
  • Max Overlimit Fee: $0
  • Max Penalty APR: None
  • Grace Period: 21 days


Regular APR 13.24% - 18.00% (V)
Annual Fee 0.00
Intro (Purchases) n/a
Intro (Transfers) n/a
Credit Recommended Good,Excellent
Cash Advance APR n/a
Cash Advance Fee n/a
Cash Grace Period n/a
Late Payment Fee 0.00
Overlimit Fee n/a
Return Check Fee 0.00
Foreign Transaction Fee 0%
Balance Transfer Fee n/a
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