Sony introduces the PlayStation credit card

Sony logoIf you’re a PlayStation gamer that makes purchases through the PlayStation Store quite a bit and would like to get rewarded for your purchases, you might be interested to learn that Sony has announced the PlayStation credit card, thanks to a partnership with Sony Rewards and Capital One.


According to Sony’s announcement, “Working with our colleagues over at Sony Rewards and Capital One, we are excited to present a new PlayStation Credit Card with rewards designed specifically with gamers like you in mind. Beginning today, we’re inviting all of our fans to start turning your everyday purchases into a number of amazing rewards and benefits.”

However just like all credit cards, it will be subject to approval, but should you get approved gamers can expect a $50 PlayStation Store code, which according to Sony basically means that you kind of get one game for free. Given that this is also done in collaboration with Sony Rewards, there will be points that gamers can earn, like 5x points when purchasing via the PlayStation Store or when buying PlayStation or Sony products.

Sony introduces the PlayStation credit card

Gamers can also get points for paying their mobile phone bills and making other purchases. There will also not be an annual fee and gamers can even customize their cards. The details and signup page can be found on Sony’s website so head on over if you’d like to learn more.

Source: Ubergizmo

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