Johnson Bank Visa® and American Express®
offered by Elan Financial Services
Earn exceptional rewards, enjoy luxury travel benefits, and experience world class privileges – all at an exceptional value.
Apply for the Premier Rewards American Express® Card or the Visa® Signature Card today for privileges you deserve, including:
- Custom Line Size Requests – Work with your banker to request line sizes that fits your lifestyle
- Attractive Rates – Choose to pay off your balances over time or in full each month
- Rewards – Choose from merchandise, gift cards, unlimited 1% cash back1 and travel
- Travel – Exclusive travel benefits and no foreign transaction fees
- Concierge Services – Choose the level of support your lifestyle requires2
- Customer Service – Direct live representative or have your banker call on your behalf
Two uniquely rewarding cards. Two levels of benefits to complement your lifestyle.
|The Visa® Signature Elite Card
||The Visa® Signature Elite card is designed to meet your unique everyday needs by enriching your lifestyle, delivering generous benefits and enhancing your peace of mind.
|Premier Rewards American Express® Card3
||The Premier American Express® Card is designed to meet your busy travel needs by providing luxury concierge support, global entry credit, and preferred pricing on domestic and international flights.
Talk to your Private Banker for more information and to apply.
1 Reward points can be redeemed as a cash deposit to a checking or savings account with this Financial Institution or as a statement credit to your credit card account within one to two billing cycles
2 Cardmembers are responsible for the cost of any goods or services purchased by the Concierge on Cardmember's behalf.
3 Premier Rewards Card Points: You will earn 1 Reward Point (“Point”) for each dollar of eligible Net Purchases charged to your Account during each billing cycle. You will also earn 1 additional Point (for a total of 2 Points) for each dollar of Net Purchases charged to your Account during each billing cycle at merchants which categorize their business as a service station or automated fuel dispensers. You will earn 2 additional Points (for a total of 3 Points) for each dollar of Net Purchases charged to your Account during each billing cycle at merchant locations that are classified in the merchant category code of airlines. You will earn 3 additional Points (for a total of 4 Points) for each dollar of Net Purchases charged to your Account during each billing cycle at any merchant classified as a restaurant. Points expire five years from the end of the quarter in which they are earned.
Certain limitations and restrictions may apply. Further details are available in the Guide to Benefits which is provided to new cardmembers upon approval.
The creditor and issuer of these cards is Elan Financial Services, pursuant to separate licenses from Visa U.S.A. Inc. and American Express. American Express is a federally registered service mark of American Express.
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