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A Credit Card for the Hard-Core Super Bowl Fan

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You’re at the big game and you whip out your official Giants or Patriots credit card to pay for a hotdog. Pretty cool, huh? Okay, more likely you’re in your family room watching the game. But if you love your football team, you’ll even enjoy using the NFL Extra Points¬†credit card from Barclays Bank long after the Super Bowl is over.¬†With the NFL Extra Points credit card, you can get the logo of your favorite team on your credit card.

Here are some of the features of the card:

  • No annual fee
  • Earn 10,000 bonus points after $500 in purchases, redeemable for $100 cash back statement credit
  • Earn 2 points per $1 spent on NFL or team purchases in-stadium and at the Pro Shop and 1 point per $1 on all other purchases

For more details about the card, including interest rates, and any fees, click here.

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  • http://www.CreditCardChaser.com Jeff Crews

    VISA has this whole NFL thing wrapped up. They also did the whole SuperBowl NFL experience for certain VISA cardholders. People love there football! :)

    • Beverly Harzog

      Jeff-Visa really does have a big presence with the NFL. But the Giants card is a World MasterCard so I guess they’re trying to get a piece of the action, too! Hey, you’re so right about football. Even though my team fizzled out in the first round (Falcons), I’ll be watching the Super Bowl.

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