Credit One Bank and American Express launch new cash-back rewards credit card

Credit One Bank and American Express announced the launch of the Credit One Bank American Express® Card[1] on Oct. 2, 2019. Cardholders receive unlimited 1% cash-back[2] rewards on all purchases, in addition to a range of benefits, from shopping protection to travel coverage.

“The new Credit One Bank American Express® Card offers our card members more choice and value while broadening our credit card offerings overall,” Robert DeJong, chief executive officer at Credit One Bank, said in a press release[3].

Credit One Bank American Express® Card[4]

Credit One Bank American Express® CardOn Credit One’s Secure Site

  • Rewards

    1% cash back on all purchases

  • Welcome bonus

  • Annual fee

  • Intro APR

  • Regular APR

  • Balance transfer fee

  • Foreign transaction fee

  • Credit needed

This credit card offers a variety of perks beyond cash-back rewards. Here’s a sampling:

  • Discounts from participating merchants with Amex Offers[5]
  • Early access to concert and event tickets from American Express experiences
  • Retail and return protection
  • Extended warranty coverage
  • Travel accident insurance
  • Car rental loss and damage insurance

Keep in mind that terms apply.

The APR is currently 23.99% variable and the annual fee is $39. The annual fee is billed to your account when it is opened.

Potential applicants can check their approval chances[6] with Credit One’s prequalification form, with no harm to your credit score. However, if you prequalify for the card and want to submit a formal application, your credit will be pulled.

“We look forward to partnering with Credit One Bank, one of the fastest growing issuers in the industry, to offer their customers a card with the strongest value, rewards and services of any Credit One Bank credit card,” William Stredwick, senior vice president of global network services at American Express, said in a press release.

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