PenFed Premium Travel 20,000 Point Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Kate on June 1, 2012

As many of you know, PenFed is one of our favorite personal finance secrets. It’s no surprise they have a great Free Money Friday offer for travelers!

Pentagon Federal is currently offering 20,000 points on their premium travel card.

How to Get Your 20,000 Points

  1. Open a PenFed Premium Travel Rewards American Express card.
  2. Spend $650 with the card in the first 3 months.
  3. Get 20,000 bonus points (worth $250 towards your next round-trip airline ticket)!

Pentagon Federal Credit Union Terms and Conditions

  • No annual fee.
  • No foreign transaction charges.

More on Premium Travel Rewards

Balance Transfer. Penfed is also currently running their 4.99% balance transfer rate until June 30 for the life of the balance (with no balance transfer fee).

Rewards. Earn 5 points per dollar on airline purchases and 1 point on any other purchases. You can redeem points for a range of rich rewards, including travel, brand-named merchandise, and gift cards at PenFed Premium Rewards.

Lounge Club Membership. If you spend $15,000 annually on the card, you’ll get a free Lounge Club membership which gives access to airport lounges around the world.

More Travel Benefits. Other benefits include: complimentary 24-hour concierge service, exceptional travel offers and discounts through the American Express Travel Privileges program, comprehensive world-class travel insurance, roadside assistance and car rental insurance, and more!

Sign Up for Pentagon Federal

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Comments to PenFed Premium Travel 20,000 Point Sign Up Bonus

  1. Can one get this bonus if they’ve had this credit card in the past?


  2. Hmmm…tempting but I already have too many credit cards and don’t foresee myself traveling too much in the next couple of years.


  3. Free money fridays but don’t like the travel rewards ones

    Katie Christianson

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