Innovations and Payment Systems

Zodiac cards: Aries


The credit card industry has thus far missed out on one of mankind’s oldest known loyalty groups, the 12 signs of the zodiac.

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AriesCard: Bank on the run
Color scheme: Red card with ram’s head
Chief feature: No credit limit
(March 21-April 19)

Hey, Aries — what’s in your wallet? Trick question; we know you forgot your wallet in your rush to catch the redeye to Katmandu. Let’s face it; you don’t have the time or the inclination to research the best credit card for you. As the first sign in the zodiac, you’re far too busy blazing your next trail to high adventure. That’s why we’re offering the AriesCard with absolutely no credit limit. To capture all those travel and entertainment expenses, check out our NumeroUno Business Card. Naturally, no restrictions apply.

For fun, click on your Zodiac sign below to read about how a credit card might one day be tailored to your unique astrological make-up.  Remember, this is imaginary, not real, so don’t try to apply for it, no matter what the stars say.
Credit Card Zodiac

AquariusCapricornSagittariusScorpioLibraVirgoLeoCancerGeminiTaurusAriesPiscesWhat's your credit card sign?

Art by Jane Marinsky

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