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Sony Credit Card (Credit Card)Mastercard
This is basically a rewards Credit Card. The Sony Credit Card allows you to earn points towards Sony products every time you use it to make a purchase. One 'Pulsebeat' for every pound spent. This is redeemed for products in the Sony Card Pulse Book rewards brochure. Any Sony products bought with the card will accrue triple points. Also you receive 2000 FREE Sony Card Pulsebeats when you make a card purchase within the first 90 days.
Very good rewards system (Free Sony gifts, competitions,special offers, free 'pulse beats', good opening offer of 2000 'pulse beats' and 3 for 1 on Sony products).
Up to 3 free additional cardholders.
12 months 0% interest(3% Handling Fee Applies) on Balance Transfers.
6 months  0% interest on Card Purchases.
Up to 56 days interest free on card purchases if you pay in full and on time
Good efficient and friendly customer service.
Free fraud protection even on the Internet.
APR could be better.
Some catches to competitions.
Need to spend a lot to earn points.
3% handling fee applies on Balance Transfers.
Only Sony products available.
Chip & Pin: YesRebuild Credit: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 16.9%
Credit Limit: £50,000.00
Balance Tranfer Rate: 0%Balance Tranfer Period: 12 Months
New Purchase Rate: 0%New Purchase Period: 6 Months
Sony Credit Card (Which Way To Pay - 25/7/2008)
Sony Credit Card is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating

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