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ESPN Total Access Visa Credit Card

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As sports fans know, ESPN is synonymous with round-the-clock television sports programming. Now those same fans who cheer their favorite teams on ESPN can carry some of that ESPN excitement around with them all day long in the form of the ESPN Total Access Visa Credit Card.

Compare Reward Credit CardsThe ESPN Total Access Visa rewards credit card not only features the distinctive ESPN logo, but it actually helps fans get a little closer to the action themselves through use of the credit card's ESPN Total Access Rewards Program.

Cardholders earn five points for every $1 in purchases from ESPN and one point for every dollar charged elsewhere.

Points can be redeemed for all sorts of unique rewards that fans will love, including VIP sport experiences, sports merchandise, travel and dining. Rewards begin at only 2,500 points.

Additionally, carrying the ESPN Total Access Visa offers membership in ESPN Total Access Rewards, providing exclusive benefits, like the ESPN Sports Concierge Service, which lets cardholders create their own personal sports fantasy experience.

With the ESPN Total Access Visa, fans also enjoy discounts on select ESPN products and services from ESPN Shop, ESPN Zone and ESPN subscription services.

In order to get cardholders off to a great start, the ESPN Total Access Visa provides 2,500 bonus points when the first credit card use occurs within the initial year. Also, the credit card offers a 0 percent fixed APR for six months on purchases and balance transfers.

Published: July 5, 2007


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