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The New Face of Customized Business Credit Cards

  By Steven Gibbs April 14, 2010

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Vistaprint Business Credit CardAs customized credit cards continue to grow in popularity they have been something that we have seen more of lately. While for the most part they have been geared more to the consumers, now things are changing as businesses are given the opportunity to extend their brand via plastic. One of the newest options business owners have to design their company’s credit card is thanks to a recently introduced partnership between U.S. Bank and Vistaprint.

 

Under this partnership, customers of Vistaprint are now able to design and personalize their very own business credit card online. Not only that, the card also gives its cardholders the ability to earn rewards on purchases and discounts on eligible purchases. When looking on the exact details on what cardholders can look to receive, they include the following:
 

  • Earn rewards with every purchase
  • No annual fee
  • Get $20 back upon first purchase
  • Receive 5% OFF on select Vistaprint products
     

As for points earned, business owners will receive one point for each dollar of net purchases spent on the card. These points can then be redeemed for merchandise, gift cards, travel and even account statement credit. If you would like to learn more about the Vistaprint Visa Business Card it can be found at www.Vistaprint.com/customcreditcard.


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