Move Your High Interest Balances To Your BrightStar Credit Card.

Pay off other credit cards with your existing BrightStar Credit Card* and enjoy this low rate for six months on the amounts you transfer. After that, your APR will be your Variable Standard APR for Balance Transfers.

Our Credit Cards are rated by with a 5-STAR rating. That's because our credit cards have no annual fee, no balance transfer fee, lower interest rates, a low late fee, and no penalty rates.

To take advantage of this offer, click here to fill out the Balance Transfer form. For your convenience, you may mail this form to: PO Box 8966, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33310-8966, fax it to 954-809-5196, or drop it off at any of our local branches.

If you currently don't have a BrightStar Credit Card, simply appy online!

Interest and Fee Information
APR for Balance Transfers The introductory APR of 3.99% for 6 billing cycles. After that your APR will be your Variable Standard APR for Balance Transfers.
This APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate**.
Use by Date

The balance transfer promotion is effective from January 15, 2014 until March 31, 2014.

Balance Transfer Fee


Paying Interest We will begin charging interest on balance transfers on the transaction date.

* Conditions apply. Account must be in good standing. Ask a representative for more details.

**The Prime Rate used to determine your APR is the highest rate published in the Wall Street Journal as selected by the Credit Union in the calendar month preceding the month in which the APR changes. Transfers and balance payoffs will not result in closure of your other credit cards/loans. You must notify the financial institution directly to request account closure. Transfers will NOT be initiated in excess of your credit limit. Any balance remaining with another financial institution after the balance transfer check is issued will be your responsibility. It is your responsibility to make minimum payments on your other credit cards/loans until the balance(s) have been transferred. All overpayments must be refunded by the other institution.