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Discover Card Launches WNBA Affinity Credit Cards

by Peter Andrew
Discover Card Launches WNBA Affinity Credit Cards

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Discover Card officially announced the launch of its WNBA affinity credit cards last week, with cards related to all 13 Women’s National Basketball Association teams and a WNBA league card. Discover cardholders, whether holders of the WNBA-themed cards or any other Discover credit card, get access to the Discover Card Fan Lounge at WNBA arenas, where they have the chance to meet WNBA players and get other VIP-type extras. The new WNBA Discover cards are part of the multi-year agreement signed last year making Discover Card the official credit card of the WNBA.

While the WNBA cards offer specific WNBA benefits, they are otherwise comparable to the Discover More card, which offers the up-to-1% Cashback Bonus that Discover is known for, as well as 5% cash back in certain “Get More” categories that change roughly every three months. A 0% offer on new purchases and balance transfers also applies to the WNBA card.

WNBA fans can apply for the WNBA Discover Card at http://www.discovercard.com/wnbacards/.

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