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Chase Bank offers Overstock.com rewards Visa

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Earn points with the Overstock.com rewards card from Chase Bank.

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Chase Bank, one of the nation’s largest credit card issuer, offers the Overstock.com rewards Visa.

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The Overstock.com Rewards Visa provides a $25 bonus reward certificate that can be used when shopping for anything through the Overstock.com website. Cardholders earn three rewards points on purchases made on the Overstock.com website with the card, and one reward point for all other purchases.

Reward redemption with the Overstock.com Rewards Visa is automatic. When cardholders accumulate 2,500 points they will automatically receive a $25 Overstock.com Reward Certificate.

Cardholders can have up to six months of 0 percent introductory APR on new purchases,  and may transfer higher rate balances to the credit card. Overstock.com purchases can earn reward points while enjoying 0 percent APR.

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