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The Low-Rate "No-Brainer" Credit Card

Get a top-notch credit card with a low-notch rate.

The Low Rate Visa® card is a top choice for large purchases you pay off over time because you won’t accrue much interest. Plus, there’s no annual fee or balance transfer fee.* The low-rate Visa is just a no-brainer. And WSECU offers one of the lowest rates in Washington state.

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Big purchase, meet low-interest credit card.

A big purchase you pay off over time is tailor-made for the WSECU Low Rate Visa card. A kitchen counter upgrade is that much more affordable because you’ll accrue less interest. And WSECU offers one of the lowest rates in Washington state. So, will it be quartz or granite?

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Move your high-interest balance to our Low Rate Visa.

Take some interest out of your interest rate by moving your balance to the WSECU Low Rate Visa card. We’ll charge you exactly $0 to transfer that balance, and our lower rate — one of the lowest in Washington state — will allow you to reduce your monthly payment.*

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See what our members are saying.

See what our members are saying.

"I regret not considering a credit card with WSECU sooner. Most credit cards we own are 20% or higher. The Low Rate Visa is amazing."
Michael
WSECU member

See what our members are saying.

"Perfect for when I needed to replace my kitchen cabinets."
Vanessa
WSECU member

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* See Important Credit Card Disclosures for complete details.

Keep more of your money with our Low Rate Visa.

Low interest rate. No annual fee. No balance transfer fee. Get your WSECU Low Rate Visa today.

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