The Anvil Brand Visa card features one of the most flexible rewards programs available. Plus, receive 10% off Anvil Brand Shoe Company purchases when you use your Anvil Brand Visa card online at www.anvilbrand.com, on the phone, or at the store.1
Annual Percentage Rate
1.99% Introductory2 APR on Purchases and Balance Transfers, for 6 monthly billing cycles after account opening, then a competitive rate of 14.49% - 20.49%3.
Earn one point for every dollar in net merchandise purchases.
Earn three points for every dollar in interest you accrue on your monthly balance.
Plus, receive an additional 500 bonus points within 90-days of your first purchase.
Take up to three years to earn and redeem your points before they expire.
As an Anvil Brand card member, you're eligible to receive 10% off Anvil Brand Shoe Company purchases when you use your Anvil Brand Visa card online at www.anvilbrand.com, on the phone, or at the store.
24/7 Customer Service (except holidays) and Online Account Access
$100,000 Travel Accident Insurance
Emergency Card Replacement and Emergency
Access to toggle® - a free and flexible payment feature that lets you manage your spending like a debit card, with the rewards of a credit card
The discount is valid on merchandise purchases made at Anvil Brand Shoe Company and charged on your new Anvil Brand Visa credit card account. The discount cannot be combined with other discount offers except where indicated and it may not be applied to previous purchases. The discount does not apply to services, shipping, taxes, and gift certificates. The discount is subject to change without notice.
We may end your Introductory APR and apply the Penalty APR of 27.49% if you fail to make the required minimum monthly payment within 60 days of the respective payment due date.
Your standard APR will be determined based on your creditworthiness at Account opening and will be disclosed in your Account Opening Disclosure with your new credit card approximately 7 - 10 business days after Account approval. This APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate. The Prime Rate used to determine the APR on your Account is the U.S. Prime Rate published in The Wall Street Journal in its column called “Money Rates” on the last business day of each month.