We all know the busy shopping season is upon us. Whether you’re shopping for the perfect gift or carts full of recipe ingredients, most of us tend to increase our spending during November and December.

But is it possible to get a return on that investment? While you can’t fully measure the positive impact of giving a gift or of spending quality time with loved ones around a festive meal, you can get a quantifiable return on your spending with Verity’s Journey Rewards credit card. With Journey Rewards, you can enjoy the priceless joy of shopping for gift for others while also earning bonus points that you can redeem later for yourself. And during the busy holiday shopping season, we’re offering two chances to earn TRIPLE the rewards.

From November 27 – December 2 AND December 14 – 24, you will earn 3 points for every $1 spent. 

That’s right. Spend $100 on Thanksgiving dinner fixings and earn 300 rewards points. Spend $300 on holiday gifts for the grandkids and earn 900 rewards points. It’s that simple!

And those rewards points can be redeemed for gift cards, airfare, merchandise… or cashed in and turned into money into your account. Yes, you can literally earn money for yourself while spending on others.

If you already have a Journey Rewards card, just be sure to swipe it during your shopping Black Friday weekend and the 10 days leading up to Christmas.

Don’t have a Journey Rewards card yet? Apply now! If you wait too long, it won’t be available before the Thanksgiving bonus point window, but you may be able to get it in time before Christmas.

Learn more and apply at veritycu.com/journey.

Kira Cox

Hi, I’m Kira. I joined Verity in early 2012 after a seven-year stint as a newspaper reporter. While I never thought my career path would veer off in this direction, I am loving my time at Verity. I recently moved from being a member services representative at the Alderwood Branch to being the marketing coordinator for the credit union.

I’m originally from Texas, but I have lived all over the country and the world, including Boston, Massachusetts, Anchorage, Alaska and Sydney, Australia. But in all my travels, the Pacific Northwest is the only place that has felt like home.

When not at work, I am usually home with playing with my son, husband, dog and three cats. During the rare times I don’t have a to-do list to plow through (and it’s not raining too hard), I can be found digging in the vegetable garden, training for a half-marathon, or grilling in the backyard.

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