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Elan Max Cash Preferred – 5% On Two Categories

There is a new credit card being offered by a number of credit unions called ‘Elan Max Cash Preferred’. This card is basically identical to the U.S. Bank Cash+ card, although the sign up bonus is usually $150 instead of the common $200 offer on the Cash+ card. Card basics:

  • No annual fee
  • You can choose two categories to earn 5% in (limit $2,000 in spend per quarter), one category to earn 2% in one and 1% on all other purchases

The advantage to the Elan card is that it seems to be easier to approved than the Cash+ card. It’s available from the following credit unions (via MyFICO):

  • Abby Bank (Wisconsin)
  • Air Force Academy Federal Credit Union (Colorado, veterans)
  • Allegiance Credit Union (Oklahoma)
  • Alliance Credit Union (Missouri)
  • All South Federal Credit Union (South Carolina)
  • Amplify Credit Union (Texas)
  • Astera Credit Union (Michigan)
  • Atlantic Union Bank (Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina)
  • Banc of California (California)
  • Bank of Albuquerque (New Mexico)
  • Bank of Clarke County (Virginia)
  • Bank Five Nine (Wisconsin)
  • Bank of Oklahoma (Oklahoma)
  • Bank of Texas (Texas)
  • Bank of Utah (Utah)
  • Banner Federal Credit Union (Arizona)
  • Bay Coast Bank (Massachusetts, Rhode Island)
  • Beacon Credit Union (Indiana)
  • Bell Bank (Arizona, Minnesota, North Dakota)
  • Bremer Bank (Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin)
  • Byrn Mawr Trust Company (Pennsylvania)
  • Buckeye State Bank (Ohio)
  • Busey Bank (Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Florida)
  • Capital City Bank (Florida, Georgia, Alabama)
  • Capital Credit Union (Wisconsin)
  • Cattle Bank and Trust (Nebraska)
  • CCF Bank (Wisconsin, Minnesota)
  • Central Pacific Bank (Hawaii)
  • Centricity Credit Union (Minnesota)
  • Centris Federal Credit Union (Nebraska, Iowa)
  • Chevron Federal Credit Union (United States)
  • Comerica Bank (California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Michigan)
  • Cornerstone Bank (North Dakota, South Dakota)
  • Credit Union of Georgia (Georgia)
  • Envision Bank (Massachusetts)
  • Desert Financial Credit Union (Arizona)
  • First Class Community Credit Union (Iowa)
  • First Financial Northwest Bank (Washington)
  • First National Bank Texas (Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona)
  • First National Bank of Waterloo (Illinois)
  • First State Bank of Florida Keys (Florida)
  • Flagstar Bank (California, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin)
  • F&M Bank (Farmers and Merchants) (California)
  • Fulton Bank (Virginia, Maryland, DC, Pennsylvania)
  • Greater Nevada Credit Union (Nevada)
  • Green Belt Bank and Trust (Iowa)
  • Guaranty Bank and Trust (Texas)
  • Highland Bank (Minnesota)
  • Home Federal Bank (Tennessee)
  • Horizon Bank (Indiana, Michigan)
  • Incredible Bank (Wisconsin)
  • Intrust Bank (Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas)
  • Johnson Financial Group (Wisconsin)
  • Liberty Bank (Connecticut)
  • Meriwest Credit Union (California)
  • Merrimack Valley Credit Union (Massachusetts)
  • Mid Penn Bank (Pennsylvania)
  • MIT Federal Credit Union (Massachusetts)
  • Nodaway Valley Bank (Missouri)
  • Northside Community Bank (Illinois)
  • NRL (Naval Research Lab) Federal Credit Union (DC, Virginia, Maryland)
  • Oklahoma Central Credit Union (Oklahoma)
  • Park National Bank (Ohio)
  • Pawtucket Credit Union (Rhode Island)
  • People’s United Bank (Connecticut)
  • Pikes Peak Credit Union (Colorado)
  • Premier Bank (Ohio, Indiana, Michigan)
  • Prevail Bank (Wisconsin)
  • Public Service Credit Union (Michigan)
  • Renasant Bank (Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida)
  • Radius Bank (Massachusetts)
  • Rockland Trust (Massachusetts)
  • Twin River Bank (Idaho, Washington)
  • U.S. Employees Credit Union (US government employee and retiree)
  • Valley National Bank (New Jersey, New York, Florida, Alabama)
  • Wesbanco (West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio)

Source: doctorofcredit.com