You don't have to change your lifestyle or spend a lot of money to benefit from this card. With your Real Life RewardsSM Credit Card, you'll earn points for all the ordinary things you buy every day that are already in your budget. You'll even earn Everyday Spend Bonus1 Points – 2 points for every $1 in purchases – on gas, grocery and discount store purchases. You can then use your points for simple pleasures like taking the family out to eat, giving a gift card to someone you care about, or the satisfaction of using points to pay down a loan.
Your Real Life Rewards Credit Card fits your lifestyle:
- Earn Everyday Spend Bonus1 Points – 2 Reward points for every $1 in gas, grocery, and discount store purchases1,2
- Earn 1 point for every $1 spent on all other purchases2
- No limit to the number of points you can earn
- Use points to pay down any Fifth Third Bank loan
- Use points to deposit cash into your Fifth Third Checking or Savings Account
- Combine points on multiple Fifth Third reward accounts to enjoy meaningful rewards RIGHT NOW instead of waiting years to accumulate enough points for some unrealistic extravagance
1Everyday Spend Bonus Points will show up on your monthly statement. Eligible purchases will be determined by merchant identified MCC code. MCC codes eligible for double rebate on gas are 5541 and 5542, grocery is 5411 and discount store is 5310. Fifth Third Bank does not determine whether merchants correctly identify and bill transactions as being made at gas stations, grocery stores, or discount stores.
2Purchases are defined as the dollar value of goods and services purchased with the Card, minus any credits, returns or other adjustments as reflected on the monthly statements. Purchases do not include annual fees, late payment fees, over-limit fees, insurance charges, card-related service charges, Finance Charges, or other fees and/or unauthorized charges. Purchases also do not include Cash Advances, PIN-based transactions, Ready Reserve transactions, balance transfers, Convenience Checks, person-to-person money transfers, quasi-cash transactions (including the purchase of traveler's checks, foreign currency, or money orders), truck stop transactions, gaming transactions or currency purchases.