The GAP Credit Card’s rewards are 1 - 5 points per $1, depending on the type of purchase. But this credit card offers more perks.
Here are the GAP Credit Card rewards:
Get 20% off the first time you use the credit card at each of the family brands in the first 14 days.… read full answer
Earn 5 points per $1 spent at Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Athleta, and 1 point for every $1 spent everywhere Visa® credit cards are accepted. Every 100 points = $1 reward redeemable across the family brands, no merchandise restrictions.
Reach Icon status by earning 5,000 points in a calendar year or $1,000+ Annual Brand Spend.
Get 250 bonus points each quarter that you make a purchase at the family of brands.
Family of Brands Bonus: Unlock up to 2,000 bonus points annually when you shop at 2 or more Gap Inc. brands.
Birthday Bonus: Celebrate your birthday with extra perks.
Free and fast shipping on orders of $50 or more. Early access to select sales for cardmembers.
GAP Credit Card points are worth 1 cent each. When you earn 500 points, you’ll receive $5 in rewards that you can redeem in-store or online at Gap, Old Navy, Gap Factory, Banana Republic, Banana Republic Factory, Hill City, and Athleta.
Ultimately, it is worth noting that the GAP Store Card’s rewards are almost identical to these offered by the GAP Credit Card. But the store version can only be used at the GAP family of brands.
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