First Bank One Rewards Program: Learn More
There are a lot of advantages to being a First Bank debit or credit card holder, but the First Bank One Rewards Program is the most beneficial to you. By simply using your First Bank Debit, Platinum or World Business Rewards Mastercard®, you’ll earn rewards for everyday purchases. Best of all: it’s so simple. Just register and enroll your card to get started earning points right away on qualified purchases.
Earn Rewards with Your First Bank Credit or Debit Card
It’s easy to enroll your card online at our Rewards Center. All you have to do is set up your user ID and password and you can start watching your points grow. Participation in the One Rewards Program is free and available to any customer who has a First Bank Mastercard® debit or credit card.
With our One Rewards Program, just one card allows you to redeem what you want, when you want. Earn points on gas, groceries, insurance, utilities and more. Here are a few examples of some redemption options:
- Gift cards to restaurants like Starbucks, Cracker Barrel and Panera Bread
- Merchandise like iPads, watches, golf clubs and more
- Gift cards to retailers like Wal-Mart, Target, ExxonMobil and Lowes
- Travel packages
Start earning points to use on all of our travel rewards, gift cards, merchandise, cash back program and local rewards options.
First Bank’s Card Options
First Bank offers MasterCard® credit and debit cards for individuals and businesses. Choose from the following to earn your One Rewards points.
- Platinum Credit Card with Rewards
- Business World Credit Card with Rewards
- Personal Debit Card with Rewards
- Business Debit Card with Rewards
Start Earning Your Rewards Today
If you don’t already have a First Bank Mastercard® credit or debit card, visit a First Bank branch near you today to learn how you can start earning through our First Bank One Rewards Program.
*See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our One Rewards Program. Free ATM network includes First Bank and CashPoints® terminals. Out of network terminal owners may charge a service fee. Loans subject to credit approval.