Alliant CU Visa Plat Rewards Card, $500 Bonus (Targeted)

Alliant Credit Union has a targeted sign up offer of 50,000 points for their Visa Platinum Rewards credit card. You have to be a Alliant CU member to apply, but even then you must have been targeted with an email. Promo code is VISA113.

Alliant CU Visa Platinum Rewards

To earn the 50,000 bonus Alliant Rewards points you must spend $2,500 or more in purchases during the first three billing cycles after the account is opened. Points will be awarded and posted to the account by the fourth billing cycle after the account is opened. 

The 50,000 Alliant Rewards are worth $500 in cash back. You can also use them for flights starting at 21,000 points or gift cards. This matches their highest offer on the card.

If you received an email, then just apply online. If you have a Alliant CU account but don’t see the offer then call and check if you’re eligible. There’s also another offer going around for $300 and the same spending requirement. Some reports on FatWallet that they weren’t targeted at all and received this lesser offer when applying.

$500 is a nice sign up bonus so you should definitely apply if you were targeted. But the card doesn’t really offer much else beyond that, it only earns one reward point per dollar.

Keep in mind that sometimes Alliant asks for documents such as driver’s license or tax returns for credit card applications, but it’s not that common. Also it looks like they’re pretty generous with their CL, which you request during the application.

Card Details

  • Apply Here (use promo code VISA113)
  • 50,000 bonus Alliant Rewards points with $2,500 spend during the first three months
  • Earn one reward point for every dollar spent
  • No Annual Fee
  • Offer expires March 31, 2016

HT: slickdeals

8 thoughts on “Alliant CU Visa Plat Rewards Card, $500 Bonus (Targeted)

  1. I recently got the card with the 300 offer and asked them if they can match the 500 offer and rep said 500 offer is available only to targeted customers. she said she checked and I wasn’t targeted.

    • I haven’t seen any reports that they match higher offers. And probably they won’t match the $500 offer since it’s targeted. It’s still worth a try though.

      The $300 offer looks like it might be available even if you’re not targeted by email.

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