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Partner Profile – Commerce Bank

February 15th, 2016 Posted in Partner Profiles

UNT Chip[1]

The UNT Alumni Credit Card with Rewards

Show your North Texas pride everywhere you shop, dine, and travel

  • No Annual Fee!
  • Earn Unlimited 1% Cash Back1
  • Earn 2% & 3% Cash Back1 for purchases in select categories2
  • View your FICO® Score for free on your monthly credit card statement3

Cash Back1 redemption is applied as a statement credit.

A percentage of all Net Merchandise Purchases4 go to support the University of North Texas Alumni Association!

Apply Today!


The statement credit will reduce your balance, but you are still required to make at least your minimum payment. Values for non-cash back redemption items such as merchandise, gift cards, and travel may vary.

  1. Merchants self-select the category in which they would like their transaction items to be listed. Please note some merchants may be owned by other companies, therefore transactions may not be counted in the expected category. A maximum of 2,500 bonus points will be awarded per quarter, per rewards account.
  2. FICO is a registered trademark of Fair Isaac Corporation in the United States and other countries.
  3. For every $100 in Net Merchandise Purchases made with this credit card, Commerce will contribute $0.25 to the University of North Texas Alumni Association. “Net Merchandise Purchases” means purchases of merchandise or services on the Account, less any returned merchandise credits or service credits posted to the Account. Net Merchandise Purchases does not include Cash Advances, Balance or associated fees, money transfers or other fees, gaming chips, or fees or premiums for coverage or insurance to protect the balances of an Account holder’s Account. Questions concerning eligible transactions and what constitutes Net Merchandise Purchases will be determined in the sole discretion of Commerce.
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