Sony Introduces The PlayStation Card for PSN Gamers
Today Sony's Senior Director of Promotions Ginger Kraus has introduced the PlayStation Card for PlayStation Network gamers, which allows users to maximize their gameplay and PSN points-earning power.
To quote: We've been hard at work with our colleagues over at Capital One to create a credit card with rewards designed with PlayStation fans in mind.
That's why I'm excited to officially introduce the PlayStation Card to you today!
The PlayStation Card lets you earn points on all of your purchases, including 10X points on every purchase you make on PlayStation Network. That means you can earn 10X points on each of your game-related PSN purchases as well as PSN movie or TV episode purchases and rentals.
EVERY purchase you make using this card lets you rack up points you can redeem for PlayStation games, accessories, and PlayStation Network content - along with other great products from Sony.
In addition to earning 10X the points on all PSN purchases, cardholders will receive the following additional purchase rewards:
• 3X points on ALL PlayStation and Sony purchases at Sony stores and http://www.sony.com/index.php
• 3X points at quick service restaurants, at movie theaters, and on your mobile phone bill
• 1X points on ALL other purchases
You can also earn a $50 PlayStation Network code after your first purchase with the PlayStation Card. Additional details on the $50 PSN code offer can be found http://www.sonyrewards.com/en/gateway/?offerlink=psm50cd1108&campaigncode=NI14IBA3.
It's a great opportunity for any gamer looking to earn rewards just by purchasing the items you already enjoy. To learn more about the PlayStation Card and to apply today, click http://www.sonyrewards.com/en/gateway/?offerlink=psm50cd1108&campaigncode=NI14IBA3. Happy shopping!
Yeah, if you want to create an Account there, they of course want to know where are you from, and you can only choose USA state's.
I wouldn't create there something at the moment, they have a big security problem.
They're announcing everything is SSL encrypted and they have an certificate from VeriSign, but it's kinda useless/non-sens because the server doesn't support secure TLS renegotiation.