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The PetRewards Platinum Plus Visa Credit Card will make both pets and their families happy

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Editor's note: As of Dec. 5, 2008, the card is no longer available from Bank of America. 

Don't be alarmed if you hear dogs barking, cats purring and birds chirping when you apply for the PetRewards Platinum Plus Visa Credit Card.  That's just your pet's way of cheering for a reward credit card from Bank of America that both animals and their families will love.

Compare Reward Credit CardsWhat's gotten Fido so excited? For starters, the PetRewards Platinum Plus Visa Credit Card lets you earn reward points that can be applied to veterinary services, pet food discount certificates and animal shelter donations.

Earning these rewards with the PetRewards Platinum Plus Visa Credit Card is as easy as swiping your credit card.  Each dollar you spend on everyday purchases with the card earns you one point. 

Money spent at animal-friendly locations earns you even more -- a dollar charged at participating vet clinics, pet food retailers, farm and feed stores and local pet specialty stores earns you two PetRewards Points.

Since your very first purchase with the credit card earns you 500 bonus points, you'll be well on your way to rewards that start at only 750 points. 

Meanwhile, the PetRewards Platinum Plus Visa Credit Card lets you choose from three card designs that feature great pet pictures. Or, you can choose to have your own animal companion's picture displayed on your credit card.  That way, you will always have a favorite picture of your pet on hand.

Your pet may not appreciate the credit card's other features as much as its rewards, but you certainly will.  The PetRewards Platinum Plus Visa Credit Card charges no annual fee, as well as providing a 0 percent introductory APR on purchases and balance transfers for the first six billing cycles.

Based on the card's excellent features, pet lovers and their animal friends will both be happy about having the PetRewards Platinum Plus Visa Credit Card.

Updated: December 5, 2008


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