Visa, a Worldwide Sponsor of the Olympic Winter Games, has announced a nationwide promotion for new card members of the FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa card issued by U.S. Bank. The promotion runs in the United States starting from February through to March 7, 2014.
New card members of the FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa card, who get approved during the promotion period, can earn bonus FlexPoints based on the number of medals that Team USA win during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. (500 FlexPoints for every Gold Medal, 250 FlexPoints for every Silver Medal, and 100 FlexPoints for every Bronze Medal)
Plus, all bonus FlexPoints earned are in addition to the 20,000 Enrolment Bonus FlexPoints card members get when they spend USD3,500 within the first four months after their account is opened.
“Thanks to Visa, we are excited to offer this opportunity to FlexPerks cardholders and engage them in the Olympic spirit,” said Cliff Cook, chief marketing officer for U.S. Bank Retail Payments Solutions. “This promotion will encourage our new FlexPerks Travel Rewards Visa card members to share in the achievement of United States Olympians and bring them closer to the Games.”
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