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World of Warcraft credit card


The World of Warcraft Rewards Visa allows credit card users to earn WoW online game time with every qualifying purchase.

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Gamers, your plastic has arrived.  The hit online game World of Warcraft now has its own rewards credit card.

Compare Reward Credit CardsThe World of Warcraft Rewards Visa lets cardholders earn playing time with every qualifying purchase.  In fact, the first purchase on the credit card yields a month of free World of Warcraft subscription time.

Every dollar in qualifying purchases earns the user one reward point.  Points can be redeemed for World of Warcraft game time.

While there is no limit to the amount of points cardholders will be able to earn, rewards points expire after five years from they date they post to the user’s credit card account.

The World of Warcraft credit card features thirteen WoW-themed design options, including Orcs, Draenei, Trolls, Blood Elves, Gnomes, Taurens, Humans and more.  These designs certainly aren’t just your everyday bank logo.

While cardholders are earning playing time, they will also be able to save money with the card’s 0 percent APR on all purchases and balance transfers for the first 12 months.  The World of Warcraft Rewards Visa also charges no annual fee.

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