Now More Cash Back with the Petal® Visa® Credit Card
Starting December 19, all Petal cardholders who use the Petal mobile app can notice new special offers. These deals are supposed to give cardmembers access to up to 10% cash back with eligible merchants when they use their Petal Visa Credit Card. The list of merchants includes such large retailers as Athleta, Banana Republic, Casper, Gap, Lowe’s Home Improvement, and Old Navy. A pleasant thing is you don’t need to activate any categories, the purchases will earn extra cashback bonus automatically!
If you haven’t managed to get acquainted with the card yet, previously, owners of the Petal credit card could get 1% cash back on eligible purchases, 1.25% cash back after making 6 on-time monthly payments, and 1.5% cash back after 12 on-time monthly payments.
The card is being marketed as one having no fees of any kind. And this is not just a catch. Indeed, it charges no annual fees, no late payment fees, no foreign transaction fees or any other fees! The standard APR is 12.99% - 26.99% Variable, and the offered credit limit is $500 – $10,000.
What is even more tempting about this card is that it’s suitable for all kinds of credit. Even a complete lack of credit history won’t prevent you from submitting an application, which the bank will immediately consider and let you know if you’re pre-approved. Moreover, this process will not affect the credit score!
New customers can apply for the Petal Visa Credit Card online at BestCreditOffers.com.
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