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Let S2S Help With Your Back to School Shopping


Let S2S help check everything off your back to school list! With two great options to choose from, you'll be the top of your class.

1. The Shore to Shore Back to School Personal Loan is designed to help your family get the supplies you need to prepare your child for their first day at a great low rate, and with flexible terms and fast approvals.

2. Our Visa Rewards card is always a member favorite, and right now we’re excited to offer a 0% APR* introductory interest rate on balance transfers and new purchases for the first 6-months, and no payments for 3-months*. Plus, you earn points on all your qualifying purchases to redeem for really great items like gift cards, travel, cash back, or other top-notch merchandise.

Our Back to School Loan and Visa Rewards Cards can help with purchases like:

  • Clothing and shoes
  • Backpacks
  • Notebooks
  • Laptops
  • Tablets
  • Desks
  • Printers

If you would like to learn more about how S2S can help you with your back to school financial needs, call us today at 866.661.8328 or get started now by filling out the form below.

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*APR – Annual Percentage Rate. Introductory rate of 0% for 6 months on all purchases and Visa balance transfers for the first 30 calendar days from the date your new credit card account is opened. Three months no payments from credit card open date. After the introductory period ends, the standard purchase APR will be applied to unpaid promotional balances and new purchases (The standard APR for purchases and cash advances is 9.99% - 18.00% based on your creditworthiness). New card members only. Subject to credit approval. Additional limitations, terms and conditions apply. You will be given further information when you apply.


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