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Bank of America Launches U.S. Olympic Team Visa

by Peter Andrew
Bank of America Launches U.S. Olympic Team Visa

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Bank of America today launched the U.S. Olympic Team Worldpoints Visa Credit Card as part of its “U.S. Olympic Team Banking” package, which also includes Olympics-themed checks and check cards. You do not have to choose the whole “suite” of services, but can instead sign up for the credit card or other products independently.

The U.S. Olympic Team Visa offers Bank of America’s familiar Worldpoints rewards program, which awards points that can then be redeemed for travel, merchandise and other rewards. This new Visa will also offer Olympic Team merchandise and other Olympic-specific rewards. The card will benefit the U.S. Olympic Team as well, in that a percentage of card purchases goes toward supporting the Olympic athletes.

Bank of America is the official bank sponsor of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team that will compete this summer in Beijing, China.

Click here to apply for the U.S. Olympic Team Worldpoints Visa.

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