Debit & Credit Card Rewards

Purchases earn rewards

Our Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union VISA® credit cards display custom local artwork that captures the spirit and warmth of our Hawaii Island communities. Take advantage of everything our cards provide to help support your finances.
  • Earn 1 reward point for every $1 spent, and redeem your points for fantastic rewards, including travel, gift cards, merchandise, cash back and much more
  • Manage your account and pay your monthly bill online, quickly and easily
  • Special chip technology adds another layer of encryption against identity theft for in-store purchases

Money at your fingertips

Your busy life requires convenient tools like our VISA® Debit Card, that you can personalize with local artwork that captures the Hawaii Island spirit. Wherever you go, you'll have immediate access to money for purchases and ATM withdrawals.

With every signature-based purchase, you can earn points redeemable for travel, home goods, gift cards and more through our points program.
FAQs

You can open your account online or at a branch. Make sure you have your Social Security number or individual Tax Identification number, a photo ID issued by the U.S. government (driver's license, passport, state or military ID), and a credit or debit card.
 

  • Individuals who live, regularly work, worship, attend schools or perform volunteer services on Hawaii Island; and members of their immediate families or household and organizations of such persons.
  • Any business and other legal entities located on Hawaii Island.
  • Immediate family members of a natural person member or potential member may join the credit union even if they do not live, regularly work, worship, attend schools or perform volunteer services on Hawaii Island.
  • Immediate family members are defined as grandparents, parents, step-parents, spouse, siblings, step-siblings, children, adopted children, step-children and grandchildren of the natural person member or potential member.
  • Membership is open to persons who reside in the same “household” with a current member even if the residence is located outside Hawaii Island.
  • "Household" is defined as persons living in the same home and who maintain a single economic unit. This includes any family members, domestic partners, foster children and legal guardian relationships.
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