Members of ACU, a Division of SLFCU are invited to apply for a low-rate Visa card from SLFCU.
Learn about your options and apply online. Applications for new cards can also be made at the Animas Central or Animas East branch.
SLFCU offers a $100 statement credit to new card holders who spend $1,500 or more in the first 90 days after account opening. Some restrictions apply.
Each card comes with 24-hour security monitoring, chip security, and these features:
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions about the SLFCU merger for information on your ACU-issued credit card.
|With a higher credit limit, 1.50% monthly rebate on purchases, and premium benefits, this is Visa's most elite card. See the application disclosure and card agreement.|
|Looking for a rebate card with a lower credit limit? The Visa Platinum Rebate card offers a 1.00% monthly rebate on purchases. See the application disclosure and card agreement.|
|If you carry a balance or want to consolidate balances from higher-rate cards, the Visa Platinum Value card offers our lowest rate. See the application disclosure and card agreement.|
* Offer applies to new SLFCU Visa credit card accounts opened after 6/1/2021. To be eligible for the $100 statement credit, $1,500 in net purchases (i.e., purchases minus credits and returns) must be made with your SLFCU credit card within 90 days of new account opening. Account must be open and in good standing at the time credit is awarded to receive the credit. These transaction types do not count as purchases: balance transfers, cash advances, checks that access your account, fees assessed by SLFCU, quasi-cash items (e.g., casino chips), cash equivalents (e.g., money orders), and purchases made using a Personal Identification Number (PIN). Each account is eligible for one statement credit of $100. Please allow up to four weeks after spending $1,500 to receive the credit.
**APR = Annual Percentage Rate
Important Information About Procedures for Opening a New Account
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying documents.