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Sony Card From Capital One $50 Gift Card

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Last updated on February 23, 2020 Comments: 1

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The holiday season is one of the best times to hold a rewards credit card and it’s quickly approaching (again). The Sony Card from Capital One is a good example of this. Each year around the holidays, Sony bumps up their credit card offer and this year they’ve done it again. Today, The Sony Card from Capital One is offering new cardholders 5,000 bonus points just for signing up. Those points can be redeemed for a $50 Sony gift card, reflecting the standard conversion ratio of 100 points to one dollar.

You won’t find a lot of extra features with your Sony Card from Capital One, but this card does include a great rewards program for those that plan to make big purchases on all Sony branded merchandise.

Here is how the rewards program is structured:

  • 5 points for every dollar spent at Sony stores, and Sony authorized retailers
  • 3 points for every dollar spent on all restaurant and movie purchases
  • 1 point for every dollar spent on all other purchases

As an added bonus, because this card is furnished by Capital One, any international purchases made (whether online or in person) will not be charged a foreign transaction fee. Other credit card issuers charge up to 3% extra for any foreign transactions made, but that charge does not apply with your Sony Card from Capital One.

All purchases will be fall under an introductory APR of 0% until June 2012, so you don’t need to worry about paying interest. After that, the APR reverts to a variable rate of either 13.9%, 16.9%, 19.9% or 24.9%, based on your credit history. The Sony Card from Capital One does not carry an annual fee.

If you’re a loyal member to the Sony brand, the Sony Card from Capital One is a must have. Spenders can save an impressive amount of money on future Sony purchases, and the $50 sign-up bonus is a great incentive.

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Anonymous says:

Crappy service by Capital One credit cards.
I just closed all my accounts with Capital One credit cards, their service is the worst I’ve experienced.
They declined and auto payment for 60 bucks, because missed a payment of $200 the previous month.
Does anyone know what cards offer better service?