BJ’s Perks Plus™ Mastercard

For People with
Fair Credit



The BJ’s Perks Plus™ Mastercard could be a great benefit to anyone who shops at BJ’s frequently.

Using this card, you’ll get 3% cash back at BJ’s, 2% cash back at gas stations and restaurants, and 10¢ off per gallon of gas at BJ’s gas stations.

If you’re looking for the upgraded version of this card, with 5% rewards on purchases made at BJ’s, as well as a larger signup bonus then take a look at the BJ’s Perks Elite Credit Card.

Where can I use my BJ’s Perks Plus™ Mastercard?

You can use this card at BJ’s and everywhere else Mastercard is accepted.

Card Quick Facts

Card Quick Facts

  • Earn 3% cash back on purchases made at BJ’s and
  • Earn 2% cash back on Gas and Dining outside of BJ’s locations
  • Earn 1% cash back on all other purchases
  • 10¢ off every gallon when buying fuel at BJ’s; purchases made at BJ’s Gas accrue rewards

For People with
Fair Credit



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Card Details



  • 3% cash back at BJ’s and
  • 2% cash back on:
    • Non-BJ’s gas
    • Dining outside of BJ’s locations
  • 1% cash back on all other purchases
Card Stats

Card Stats

Annual Fee $0
Additional Cards Annual Fee -
Regular Purchase APR 17.24%–27.24% Variable
Intro Purchase APR -
Foreign Transaction Fee 3%
Chip Technology Chip-and-Signature
Minimum Credit Limit -
Maximum Credit Limit -
Free Credit Score No
Penalty APR 0%
Late Fee Up to $39
Returned Payment Fee Up to $39
Balance Transfers

Balance Transfers

Intro Balance Transfer APR -
Regular Balance Transfer APR 26.99%
Balance Transfer Fee 5%, $10 minimum
Cash Advances

Cash Advances

Cash Advance APR 29.24% Variable
Cash Advance Fee 5%, $10 minimum

Card Benefits

Check your card’s Guide to Benefits to learn the specific benefits your card offers and how to access them.

  • 10¢ Off Every Gallon

    When buying fuel at BJ’s; purchases made at BJ’s Gas accrue rewards.

  • Annual Membership Renewal Savings

    Save $10 when you renew your annual membership.

  • This Card Comes with Mastercard Benefits.

    You will be provided with a list of benefits available to you once you get approved for your card.

  • Zero Liability Protection

    Cardholders aren’t held liable when this card is used without their approval.

  • MasterCard Global Service

    24-hour assistance for emergencies related to lost or stolen cards and cash advances. For lost or stolen card reporting, card replacements, and cash advances.

  • Identity Theft Resolution Services

    Help with identify theft via credit bureau notifications and 24-hour specialists.

  • Extended Warranty

    If the original manufacturer’s warranty and service contract/optional extended warranty is 12 months or less it can be doubled with this feature.

  • Price Protection

    Cardholders can get reimbursed for the difference between two items if they find a lower price for the item at another store within 60 days of the original purchase.

Visitor Reviews

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 12 reviews
by Kay

They never post the actual due date, then said I wasn't making even the minimum, then started charging an outrageous amount of interest fee which is every month. I closed the account and still get the interest fee every month which is more than minimum due. It make no sense. Now I am forced to take a loan to pay off this shady credit card. LESSON LEARNED. Again DO NOT GET THIS CARD.

by I
Use caution!!!!

Worst credit card of my 50 years of life. So many issues. First they charge me an interest fees?? I was never late? when I called to try to figure out what was going on, they didn’t have an answer for me, I was transferred to three different reps and supervisors....okay. Then I decided to cancel it because it happened AGAIN!!!! Paid my last payment, and somehow they took it out TWICE???? How does that happen? it was more than a thousand FYI, and the rep said that they can’t refund it right away because it’s a lot of money....YEAH!! It is and it’s my money that you took out of my account!!!! now I have to wait 30 days to get all my money back. Seriously what the hell!! I feel like they are trying to rob me. Sorry I wanted to cancel but you are the worst!!!!!

by PB
Incompetent CS Reps

Every time I have called to speak with a CS rep, I have been less than pleased. However, the most recent time really takes the cake. I noticed fraudulent charges on my card from the previous day, so I called to report it. The first representative I spoke with told me to "wait it out" and maybe the charges wouldn't post to my account. Umm, I've never had my card number stolen before, but that sounds like the worst advice I have ever heard. They also told me that they cannot do anything about the fraudulent charges until they post to the account. After asking a lot of questions, the CS rep finally said they would cancel my current number and send me a new card. I was told that if I noticed any other charges that I hadn't made to make sure to call them back. I told her that I still could not understand why they couldn't make sure the charges didn't go through because I didn't want to be responsible for someone else making purchases. She said she would transfer me to another department. After speaking with the new CS rep, I was told they would initiate a fraud report. Phew. Good. Then, she said they would credit my account, and I'd receive a paper form in the mail (WHAT??) to fill out and return to dispute the charges. I have yet to receive the new card, or the form. In addition, when I tried to log into my account later to make sure there weren't any new charges...I had been locked out of my account. I called to speak with a CS rep again who assured me that locking me out of my account was for my own safety (really?). I asked how I was supposed to tell if any new charges had been made. Her response was, "I can read the history to you". I am less than pleased with this credit card. The rewards are nice, but the CS reps are the worst I've ever had to deal with. I don't feel that this is a safe or secure credit card.

by Cookies

I applied for the Bjs perks credit card and was approved, received the card, activated the card, the agent on the phone even congratulated me. I used my card to paid a bill on the 2 of July. Went to use my card at Bjs on the 4th of July, to my surprise it was deactivated. Mind you I received the card on June 29th, no one called me to inform me. I called them from Bjs and all they can say is, we mailed you out a cancellation letter on the 2nd of July...... I honestly cannot believe this Wow!!! That’s how Comenity bank deals with their customers. Especially on a Holiday. Now I have a negative mark on my credit report, due to your poor decision in approving me and closing my account. You really make your customers feel appreciated, what an embarrassment and shame on your Credit Card Dept. TeamHappy Independence Day!!

by Stori
Fake News

Comenity Bank seems like a predatory card issuer. They simply closed my account after 5 weeks since I did only shop at BJ's (5% award and 10 cents on gas), did not transfer any balances and paid my first bill in full. If you want to maximize the benefits the card, they will close it. Don't waste your time - it sounds too good to be true. None of my other cards has ever done this.

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