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Get a Bethpage Rewards Card today and start earning points. The more you use your card, the more points you'll earn. The Bethpage Rewards Card Features the following:

  • No Annual Fee
  • Interest rates as low as 11.40% on all balances
  • Currently 2.99% APR* for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers for new account holders
  • No Balance Transfer Fee
  • Earn Reward Points on every purchase
    • 1 point per $1 net purchases (purchase - returns)
    • Redeem points online or via telephone
  • Credit lines available from $500 - $35,000
  • No Foreign Transaction Fee - Save money while traveling
  • Debt Protection available to members under age 70
  • Zero Liability Fraud Protection
  • Save money by transferring balances from other cards

Already a Rewards Card Member?

Reward Redemption is made easy with our new and improved Member Rewards Program. You can redeem points today for travel, gift cards and merchandise.

Simply the button below to register online with our new Rewards Redemption site or call 1-888-420-2472 to redeem you points today.

Bethpage Rewards 

* 2.99% Introductory rate is good for 12 months on balance transfers and purchases from the date that your new credit card account is opened. After this promotion period, your APR will be 8.40% - 22.40%, based on creditworthiness. This APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate. Variable Rate Information: Prime Rate: Variable APRs are based on the 3.50% Prime Rate as of . The ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE may increase during the term of this agreement if the rate disclosed as the U.S. Highest Prime Rate published in the Wall Street Journal in the cycle prior to the billing date. The ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE will be calculated by adding a margin to the index. Margin is determined by your creditworthiness. The maximum ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE will not exceed 18%, or the rate permissible under the Federal Credit Union Act, whichever is less. Any increase in the ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE will result in a higher monthly payment; a decrease will result in a lower monthly payment.