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Save On Purchases And Pay NO-FEE ON Balance Transfers

Stop paying high rates and expensive finance charges on other credit cards! Transfer your high-rate balances to the Bethpage MasterCard® Platinum credit card and save with our introductory rate of 2.99% APR* for 12 months.

Whether you’re starting to build your credit history or you’re an established card holder, a Bethpage Credit Card offers freedom, flexibility and convenience to suit your lifestyle and spending habits.

Bethpage offers 3 card types for you to choose from:

    Rewards (Cash Back) card: you will earn 0.50% cash back on month-end balances between $1.00 and $4,000! Those rebates are distributed annually, each November: just in time for holiday shopping!

    Rewards (Points) card: will earn you redeemable points for all sorts of bonuses like travel, hotel stays, cruises, jewelry and more! For every dollar you spend on purchases, you receive one point. 

    Low Interest Rate card: provides you with a lower regular interest rate, as low as 8.15% on all balances. This way, spending with a credit card can save you more in the long run!

Peace of Mind with these safety and security features:

To Report a Lost or Stolen Credit Card:

  • Call 1-866-820-3847 24 hours a day to report a lost or stolen credit card. Our representatives will cancel your card and issue a replacement immediately.

Apply For a Bethpage Credit Card:


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Credit Card Calculators

Our Credit Card calculators will help you figure out your balance payoff date using your current balance, anticipated future charges and anticipated monthly payments. Use these to start saving today.

Getting Wise About Credit.... You can build your credit score and achieve life goals like buying a house or car. Or you can reduce your debt and get peace of find. We’ll be sharing the core concepts of credit so you can learn:

        • The difference between credit cards and debit cards
        • When to use them
        • Fees and features
        • How to increase credit
        • How to reduce debt

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