Annual Fee


Purchase Intro APR

Not Offered

Transfer Intro APR

Not Offered

Regular APR

16.74% - 24.74% (V)


You can apply for this card through State Farm Bank's website.


By Mail

State Farm Bank
P.O. Box 23025
Columbus, GA 31902-3025

By Phone



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Customer Service


(877) 734-2265

State Farm Bank Student Visa® Credit Card

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State Farm Bank Student Visa® Credit Card

For students wanting to build credit while earning points in the State Farm Loyalty Rewards® program, the State Farm Student Visa credit card is it.

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pros and cons

No annual fee.

Student discounts provided by Visa.

0.5x-3x rewards rate.

High APR.

3% foreign transaction fee.


Annual Fee


Purchase APR

17.24% - 25.24% (V)

Foreign Transaction Fee


Cash Back


Credit Score


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