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PlayStation Credit Card Awards 10x Points for PSN Purchases, No Word on Trophy Support

by Lambert Varias
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If you’re a frequent customer of Sony, especially the PlayStation Network, here’s a piece of plastic that will help your purchasing habits work in your favor. The electronics giant teamed up with Capital One to release an updated PlayStation credit card. Like other credit cards, you’ll earn points for every purchase, but if you use the card to buy from the PSN, you’ll earn 10 times more points, which you can redeem for Sony gadgets, PS games and accessories.

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Owners of the now older version of the PlayStation credit card shouldn’t panic, as the new scheme is backwards-compatible – your accounts should automatically be upgraded to this new one. You can find out more info and apply for the card here. And someone tell Mr. Lee M. Cardholder that his account is not secure.

I wonder what will happen if you use it to buy an Xbox 360 game.

[via PlayStation Blog via Gearfuse]

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