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Review of World of Warcraft Credit Card


The World of Warcraft credit card offers a pretty mediocre reward. There are many credit cards that offer 2% cashback and you can receive a check in the mail once you reach $25.00. The WoW’s card is obviously directed at a very specific group, but it would be in the best interest of the players to apply for a cashback card instead. The 1% is a low amount and one of the lowest rebate percents of any card.

World of Warcraft Visa





N/A N/A 13.99%, 15.99%, or 17.99% None


  • Earn one month's subscription after your first purchase
  • Earn one point for each dollar on eligible purchases
  • Redeem 1,500 points for a month of WoW
  • No limit to the number of points you can earn
  • Points expire 5 years from purchase date
World of Warcraft Visa

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Issuer: First National
Bank of Omaha

The lowest APR for this card can be as low as 13.99% variable which is very good. But not everyone will qualify for the 13.99% interest rate, as it is determined by your credit score.

Also the 0% APR applies to balance transfers, which sounds good at first, but if you read closely there is a 3% balance transfer fee and a minimum fee of $10.00 and a maximum of $75.00, all balance transfer fees are a waste of money and you shouldn’t transfer a balance if a card has one, since there are many cards available that don’t have a balance transfer fee at all.

All in all this is a below average credit card. There are many credit cards that offer better rewards. Unless you are a diehard WoW player I recommend choosing a different one.