- Credit Union can earn points for doing things they already do every day, then redeem those points for great merchandise and travel
- It is possible for Credit Union Reward points to expire, and the expiration date is explained in the rules
- A merchandise order placed with Credit Union Rewards will arrive 4 to 6 weeks after the order is placed
Credit Union Rewards is a points redemption program that lets customer rack up points for making purchases and doing other things they already do every day, then redeem those rewards points for incredible trips, merchandise, cruises, and more.
To register for an account with Credit Union Rewards, all that’s needed is the customer’s 16 Digit Account Number plus the last four digits of their Social Security Number, along with their personal information.
Right now, the most popular Credit Union are for items like a Frozen backpack, sterling silver diamond cut earrings, and a one gallon wet/dray vac. Of course, redeeming CU Rewards points for free flights is always a popular option. Credit Union Rewards points can also be redeemed for vacations to places like Australia and Europe, tickets to events like the Rose Bowl, top hotels in cities all across the USA, cruises (Alaskan, European, and Caribbean), and goodwill trips like helping with Project Israel, of Volunteer Costa Rica.
Merchandise orders placed with Credit Union Rewards should arrive within 4 to 6 weeks of the order being placed.
To book an airline ticket with CU Rewards, travel will need to be booked at least 21 days in advance, and the trip will need to include an overnight Saturday stay.
Credit Union Rewards points do expire, but the date they will run out is easily accessed on the “Rules” section of their home page. Remember that Credit Union Rewards redemption offers can be shipped to military addresses and APO boxes.
To contact Credit Union Rewards Center: