It's Official: GM Credit Cards Expand Reward Options to Include Saturn Vehicles

GM Credit Card

SaturnFans.com posted a news tip last week about Saturn getting ready to join the GM Card program, and today it became official. Consumers who want to use their GM Card or GM Flexible Earnings Card toward the purchase of an eligible, new GM vehicle now have the option to purchase or lease a new Saturn under expanded program guidelines.

The GM Card and the GM Flexible Earnings Card allows cardmembers to earn money toward an eligible new GM vehicle with every credit card purchase. In the past, these Earnings could be applied toward eligible new vehicle purchases or leases offered by Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, GMC, Cadillac and Hummer. Effective April 15, 2008 Saturn vehicles will be added to the expanded program. If you don't have a GM Card today, you can apply for one online.

"We're very excited to be able to offer potential Saturn customers another valuable tool when making their purchase decision," said Jill Lajdziak, general manager, Saturn. "Our cardmembers have asked for this and we're responding." Saturn has the freshest line-up in the industry, having launched five all-new products in the past 24 months.

A GM Flexible Earning cardmember's redemption options include: 3% earnings on eligible, new GM vehicles or 1% cash back. "This reward card allows cardmembers to choose the right reward for them and triples the base Earnings to 3% when you redeem on a GM vehicle," said Jody Stidham, director, GM Lifecycle Management. All GM reward card Earnings can be used in conjunction with most national promotional offers.

Source: Saturn

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