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The GM Credit Card gives you a lot more than just buying power.

Last updated 5 years ago

Did you know that General Motors has a credit card? If you did, did you know that each card has distinct features and benefits? 

Not only can can these cards be used every that accepts Master Card, but you can also generate earnings that can then be used towards your next vehicle. Let's take a more in-depth look at these cards:

  • GM Card (Platinum

Earnings: 5% towards an eligible new Chevy, Buick or GMC. 

Issued by HSBC Bank

Earns rewards faster than the other three cards in the family. 


  • GM Flexible Earnings Card

Earnings: 3% towards an eligible new Chevy, Buick or GMC, 1% cash back option on vehicle purchases. 

This card's cash back option is 1% and is unlimited in increments of 100%. 

  • GM Extended Family Card

This card is for GM employees, retirees and family members. It also includes GM Dealership employees and qualified suppliers. 

Earnings: 1% toward an eligible new Chevy, Buick or GMC. You may also use your 1% cash back on your new car! 

Other rewards: Like the Flexible Earnings Card, this car also has 1% unlimited cash back and may be combined with the GM Discount. 

Issued by HSBC Bank.

  • GM Business Card:

The GM Business card is great for individuls who want to earn unlimited rewards for their business purchases. You will also get 5% earnings at authorized GM Dealerships on parts and service. In addition you will also get 3% on purchases of gas, office supplies and dining. PLUS 1% on other eligible purchases. You may also combine the earnings your card gets you with your GM Discount. This really is one of the strongest credit cards for businesses. Issued by Chase Bank. 

To find out what GM Card is best for you, visit:

To find out how you can make your GM Card work for you: give us a call at 330-SWEENEY and we'll be more than happy to explain it to you! 

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