Commercial Plus Card

With the Commercial Plus Card, Bridge Bank clients who are enrolled in the ScoreCard Rewards program will earn points for all valid purchases. Accumulated points can be redeemed for gifts and consumer goods, as well as for travel services like airline miles and car rentals.

Commercial Plus offers:

  • One bonus point for every dollar spent*
  • Easy point redemption by visiting
  • No blackout periods for travel**
  • Option for clients to earn and redeem points at a company level, or at an individual cardholder level
  • No annual fee for the first year
  • Points have no expiration date on open accounts

To start earning points today for your company’s purchases, enroll in Bridge Bank’s Commercial Plus Card Rewards program by contacting your relationship manager or by calling (408) 423-8500.

*Applicable for net purchases (purchases net of returns, excluding finance charges and other fees) **Seats are based on advance category award space availability

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Commercial Card

Bridge Bank's commercial credit card program offers your company an easy, convenient way for employees to make and track purchases, and even pay recurring bills. 

More than just a convenient payment method, the Commercial Card offers:

  • 24X7 lost card support
  • Fraud monitoring
  • Easy management for company administrators through eZBusiness
  • Online management tools for employees through eZCardInfo

If you have any questions about the Commercial Card program, or to apply, contact your Relationship Manager or call (408) 423-8500.

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