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Get A Real Deal From MVCU                          

 

 

Summertime is a great time to be checking out what's available in the vehicle market. Interest rates have never been better on loans for both new and used vehicles. When you finance your wheels with the credit union, you have a lot more options than you do with dealer financing. At first glance the dealer rates can be appealing, but typically they are offered only on select models, often the slower-moving ones. And "not all buyers will qualify" - meaning the best rate may only be available to buyers with pristine credit records.

 

 

When you get a pre-approved loan from us, you can shop like a cash buyer. You can compare various makes and models across a number of dealers. Start your search online at sites like www.edmunds.com, www.kbb.com (Kelley Blue Book), www.autobytel.com and others. Check out Consumer Reports magazine, the annual car buying guide. Armed with your loan from the credit union and your research, you'll be in the driver's seat.

 

Visit one of our offices today or apply online now.

 

Certain conditions do apply. Cannot payoff any existing MVCU loans and must have credit approval on all loans. APR=annual percentage rate

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New Cinemark Movie Discount Tickets Available

 

Cinemark movie tickets can be purchased at both credit union locations. Good news is that prices have remained the same. Prices currently are $8.50. Special features could increase the price at the theatre, 3D pictures have an up charge on them.

 

Pick up your movie tickets today and enjoy some great new movies this summer.

 

 

Stop in MVCU and save on your next movie date.

 

 

 
 

Transfer your auto loan to MVCU   

and save hundred's of $$$

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Monday, July 24, 2017
This institution is not federally insured, and if the institution fails, the Federal Government does not guarantee that depositors will get back their money. Members' accounts are not insured or guaranteed by any government or government-sponsored agency.