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Zodiac cards: Scorpio

ScorpioCard

ScorpioCard: It’s only money
Color scheme: Turquoise with lobster red scorpion
Chief feature: No late fees
(Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

You work hard, but you play harder. You’re Scorpio the sensualist. Inhibited you’re not. So why would you call it an early night just because a few nagging bills are piling up? You need a credit card that rocks when you roll, pays when you can’t and, most importantly, sleeps late when you do. You need ScorpioCard. With ScorpioCard, there’s never a late fee; unpaid balances just roll to the next month. Kind of like your bar tab, but with a reasonable 8.5 percent APR for life. Sleep in with ScorpioCard. Because life’s too short to pay bills.

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.

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Art by Jane Marinsky

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