BB&T Spectrum Travel Rewards Credit Card Features
Learn how to earn 2x miles on your travel purchases and more with a BB&T Spectrum Travel Rewards credit card.
[MUSIC PLAYING] Thanks for opening a BB&T credit card account. We want you to enjoy all the benefits of your new account immediately. Activate your card in minutes using U by BB&T. Just select your new credit card account from your dashboard tile, select Activate, and enter your CVV number, or simply call the number on the front of your card. So you can get more of what you want, like your dream vacation.
With your new Spectrum Travel Rewards Card, you'll rack up miles on every eligible purchase, plus get 20,000 bonus miles when you spend $2,000 in the first 90 days. Plus, you'll enjoy an $85 credit for TSA pre-check or global entry. So go ahead and skip that line. And you can use your annual $50 Airline Incidental Credit toward check bag fees, in-flight purchases, and more. Wheels up! Plus, it's easy to transfer a balance right from your account details. Select Manage Account, then Transfer Balance. Enter your information in just a few taps. And you're done.
Your new card also comes with customizable card control features in U that give you more control over when, where, and how your card is used. Turn your card off, set geographic limits for fraud protection, and control your spending limits all from one place. And of course, your new credit card works with Apple, Samsung, and Google Pay, plus Visa Checkout to make shopping faster and easier.
Activate your card today to start enjoying these benefits and more. Just use U by BB&T or simply call the number on the front of your card. We're very happy to have you as a client and look forward to exceeding your expectations because at BB&T, all we see is you.
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