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Zodiac cards: Leo

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LeoCard: If it please your grace
Color scheme: Ruby with gold lion symbol
Chief feature: Concierge service
(July 23-Aug. 21)

Hail, King Leo! No mere mortal card for you; only the regal LeoCard will do! If it please your grace, we humbly present the world’s only credit card available exclusively to monarchs (proof of sovereignty required). Embossed with your treasurer’s name of course, so you never actually have to touch it. With LeoCard’s exclusive StaffBuffer concierge service, your wish is our command. Hannah Montana tickets? Front row. Breakfast with Brangelina? It’s on them. Obama rally? We’ll see what we can do. Introductory 27.99 percent APR and $995 annual fee. Free additional cards to heirs apparent.

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.

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