Our Platinum Rewards Mastercard gives you an opportunity to earn points just for using your card. Redeem the points for cash back.
"I started using a GreenState credit card for my everyday purchases and it's put $408 back in my pocket. And there's no annual fee that takes that money back out." -- Caleb B.
|3x points on gas|
|2x points on groceries|
|1x point on all other purchases|
GreenState owns its credit card portfolio. It's not masking a big bank card company behind the scenes. So expect the best that a card has to offer, including no annual fee, a 25 day grace period on purchases, introductory rates as low as 0% APR for the first six months with a low non-variable rate as low as 13.9%% APR1 thereafter, and local service.
1APR is Annual Percentage Rate.
When you get your new Platinum Rewards Mastercard, you'll have a special incentive to start using it. Make $500 in purchases within 2 months with the card and you'll receive 5,000 bonus points. Cash that in for $50 or bank it for something bigger down the road!
Receive free real-time text alerts for your credit card transactions to help prevent fraud on your account. Enrollment is easy.
Enroll in Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, or Google Pay! Simply load your card into the virtual wallet for your mobile device.
Update the 4-digit PIN on your credit card. Call (888) 891-2435 and follow the prompts to select your new PIN.
Request a credit line increase for your GreenState credit card by submitting the Credit Line Increase form.
1) Merchants who accept Mastercard credit cards have an assigned merchant code that is determined by the merchant or its processor based on the kinds of products and services they primarily sell. GreenState makes every effort to identify relevant merchant codes that fit into one of the bonus points categories of purchases. A purchase will not earn extra bonus points if the merchant’s code is not eligible. In some cases, even though a merchant may sell items that fit within a bonus category, if the merchant does not have a merchant code in that bonus category the purchase will not earn extra points. Purchases made through third-party payment accounts, mobile card readers, mobile wallets or other similar technologies may not qualify for bonus points if the technology is not set up to process the purchase with a merchant code that has been identified as falling within a bonus points category.