Redeem rewards for gift cards or merchandise.
- Rewards Expiration: 4 years from
- Rewards Limit: None
- Start Redeeming: 1, 000 points
- 3, 500 points for $25 gift card from Applebee's® or Outback Steakhouse®
- 5, 000 points for $50 gift card from Best Buy® or Macy's®
- 7, 500 points for $75 Navy Federal Visa® Awards Card or The Home Depot® gift card
None at NFCU Branch or ATM. $0.50 domestic or
$1.00 foreign at non-NFCU ATMs.
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Navy Federal Rewards
Get rewarded by earning one point for every dollar you spend. Just make a purchase, and your points will be automatically added to your account. You can redeem your points for merchandise or gift cards. When you see how quickly the rewards add up, you'll understand why so many of our members shop with a Navy Federal rewards card!
Collision Damage Waiver
With your Navy Federal Visa® or MasterCard®, you automatically have Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) coverage when you rent a car for 15 days or less and pay for the rental with your covered rewards card. The CDW coverage is secondary to any other applicable insurance or coverage available to you.
Coverage includes physical damage and theft of the rental vehicle, reasonable towing charges, valid loss-of-use charges imposed by the auto rental company, as well as your deductible and any other eligible amounts not covered by other insurance. Only you, as the primary renter of the vehicle, and any additional drivers permitted by the auto rental agreement are covered.
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