New Norwegian Reward Card from Synchrony and Norwegian Air

Norwegian Air has officially launched a co-branded credit card, allowing cardholders to use their spending on everyday purchases to help earn direct flights to Europe. But don’t get too excited. You will need a lot of spending to get that free trip.

Norwegian’s first-ever co-branded credit card in the U.S. is being launched in partnership with Synchrony, a major consumer financial services company, and Mastercard. The no-fee card is being offered by Norwegian’s loyalty program, Norwegian Reward which the company says has 10 million members worldwide, including 1.4 million in the US. A Norwegian Air credit card has been offered throughout Scandinavia since 2007, but this is the first one for US customers.

Norwegian Reward Card

Norwegian Reward Card

  • Earn $50 in CashPoints that can be used for future travel when you open an account and spend $500 in the first 90 days
  • Earn:
    • 2% extra on Norwegian flights
    • 2% on dining + grocery
    • 1% on all other purchases
  • Anniversary Bonus of $100 in CashPoints w/$20k Spend
  • Priority Boarding
  • No Foreign Transaction Fees
  • Double CashPoints Expiration Period
  • For every purchase made with the Norwegian Reward Card with reward partners like Avis,, eShop and more, members will receive an additional 1% earning in addition to existing points promotions with those partners.

You can see more details about the card here.

Guru’s Wrap-up

I don’t see a market for this card, especially for frequent travelers. Even when flying Norwegian often, there’s better options out there for travel expenses.

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2 thoughts on “New Norwegian Reward Card from Synchrony and Norwegian Air”

  1. Approved 4k CL, had 11 inquiries on TU, 10/24 i believe* possibly more, I have flown 10+ Norwegian flights in last year (went Scandinavia this year: Denmark, Sweden, & Norway all w/ Norwegian air)… I am sure my recent flight history helped with approval

    Not sure where exactly my TU score was at approval, anywhere from 640 to low 700s…I see some Fico scores pretty high over 700 & some closer to 650

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