earn up to 2% cash back1 on every dollar spent.

get rewarded for buying the things you need and love.

Key Cashback Credit Card Benefits

2% Cash Back on Every Purchase

When you bank and save with Key. Even if you don’t, you will still earn 1.5% cash back.1 Unlimited earnings with no category restrictions or complicated rules.

No Annual Fee2

Which gives you even more savings power.

0% Introductory APR

For the first 12 billing cycles on balance transfers3 when the balance is transferred within the first 60 days of account opening. After that, the APR on balance transfers will be 19.24% to 26.24% based on creditworthiness. Avoid being charged interest on purchases when you pay your entire balance (including balance transfer) by the due date each month.4

Apply Today to Start Earning Cash Back

Subject to credit approval.


To be eligible for the 2% cash back, you must have a KeyBank checking account, excluding a health savings account, with $1,000 in aggregate deposits per month, excluding transfers from another KeyBank account, and a KeyBank savings or investment account with a minimum daily balance of $1,000. We will determine whether you have met the bank and save criteria on the last Monday of each calendar month. This is calculated from the immediately preceding Saturday and is based on your deposit and balance activity over the thirty (30) days prior. If you do not meet either of the criteria above after 1 month of your account opening, you will earn 1.5% cash back on all eligible purchases.

Cash back is awarded based on eligible credit card purchases excluding transactions such as cash advances of any type, balance transfers, convenience check transactions, overdraft protection transfers and quasi-cash transactions. Returns will reduce your cash back balance using the earn rate that is in place on the effective date of the return. For example, if you make a purchase that earned 1.5%, and you returned that purchase in a month when you were eligible to earn 2%, your return will be calculated at 2%. See Terms and Conditions, which are subject to change and may be found at Terms and Conditions.


The APRs may vary. Currently the undiscounted variable APR for Purchases and Balance Transfers is from 19.24% to 26.24% (depending on your creditworthiness). The variable APR for Cash Advances is 26.24%. Cash Advance fee: 5%, $10 minimum. Convenience Check fee: 4%, $10 minimum. Cash Equivalent fee: 5%, $10 minimum. Balance Transfer fee: 4%, $10 minimum. Overdraft Protection Transfer fee: $10. There is a $0.50 minimum finance charge where interest is due. Foreign Transaction fee: 3% of each foreign purchase transaction in U.S. dollars. Transactions originating in Canada are excluded from this fee. Refer to Terms and Conditions.


The 0% introductory APR does not apply to cash advances or purchases and is valid for the first 12 billing cycles on balance transfers. Thereafter, the APR may vary. Currently the undiscounted variable APR for Purchases and Balance Transfers is from 19.24% to 26.24% (depending on your creditworthiness). Balance transfers must be made within 60 days of account opening for introductory APR to apply.


Do you pay your balance in full each month?

If you always pay your balance in full each month, you do not need to pay interest on your purchases. This is called a grace period. You will lose this grace period if you transfer a balance and do not pay off your entire balance by the payment due date. Even if you pay off all of your purchases in full each month, you will begin to pay interest on those purchases. To avoid interest on purchases, you must pay the entire balance (including the balance transfer amount) each month by the payment due date. Here’s an example: Let’s say you complete a balance transfer or write a $1,000 convenience check. No matter how else you use your card, that part of the balance has the disclosed Introductory APR for the disclosed amount of billing cycles from account opening. Then you make $500 in purchases with your card. Purchases are charged the disclosed purchase APR from the transaction date once you lose your grace period. If you do not pay the entire $1,500 by the payment due date, you will have lost your grace period and therefore you will pay the disclosed purchase interest APR on the $500 in card purchases from the transaction date.

The creditor and issuer of this credit card is KeyBank N.A., pursuant to a license from Mastercard International Incorporated. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.