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American Express Offers Farmville Credit Card, Lets You Plant “Money Tree”

by Conner Flynn
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Do you still spend too much time playing Farmville? Ready to get deeper and take it to the next level? Then why not get a Farmville credit card? Zynga has a new deal with American Express and the credit card company is offering pre-paid cards attached to their Serve rewards program. You can earn Farmville in-game cash for some of your real-life purchases.

To get the card, you have to plant a Serve money tree in your farm. Then you can register to receive a Zynga Serve co-branded prepaid card in the mail. After that just link the card to a bank account, debit card, credit card, or cash using a GreenDot MoneyPak. Next step? Spend away and enjoy your accumulated debt.

Currently, the rewards offered to Farmville players are limited, but it seems like they plan to add more. Signing up or converting an existing account will earn you $63(USD) of in-game money, and the first five purchases made with the card that are over $25(USD) will earn you 50 dollars in-game. Harvesting your money tree, adding money to the prepaid card, etc will earn you smaller amounts. So how many of you are getting a Farmville card?

[via Geekosystem]

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