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Navy Federal gives away 11 million credit card points

7 July 2014

In honor of Military Appreciation Month, Navy Federal Credit Union said it gave away over 11 million total credit card rewards points to members making purchases at military commissaries and exchanges.

Navy Federal members shopping at qualifying locations in the month of May Military Appreciation Month received double the usual amount of rewards points for all purchases. The bonus rewards points awarded during the month had a collective value of 130 round trip flights from New York to Brazil, home of this year´s World Cup. The total points were also equal in value to a new luxury sports car or a down payment on a sizable home.

Navy Federal developed the May bonus program as one of several ways to recognize and thank the broader military community.

Navy Federal Credit Union is the world´s largest credit union with USD59bn in assets, 247 branches, and a workforce of over 12,000 employees worldwide. The credit union serves all Department of Defense and Coast Guard Active Duty, civilian and contractor personnel and their families. For additional information, visit


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