Sony Visa Credit Card is Ideal for Sony Fanshttps://creditcardassociate.com/media/reviews/photos/thumbnail/120x120s/70/a3/a2/SonyCard-Visa-2019-94-1561517231.png
The Sony Visa credit card gives cardmembers enrolled in the Sony Rewards program up to 5 points per dollar spent on digital entertainment and Sony products. Reward account members who are applying for the credit card would benefit from registering with the same email address for hassle free account linking. If you are a big Playstation fan, you may find the Playstation Visa a better fit for your gaming and credit needs with its discount on a Plus subscription. View a comparison of the Playstation and Sony Visa credit cards.
Comenity Bank is the current issuer of the Sony Visa credit card, previously it was administered by Capital One. Comenity Bank took over the accounts from Capital One on November 10, 2019 as this was around the time when the new credit cards were sent out to customers. View their announcement page. Some disgruntled customers have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration over changes to the Sony Rewards program with one person claiming to have stopped using the card in favor of a Chase one.
Not impressed with needing to check out a charge and Comenity is not active via online or phone. Great start. They will have to do a LOT better to beat Capital One.— mholder (@mindyholder) November 9, 2019
Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
Balance Transfers: 26.99%
Cash Advance: 23.74%
Minimum Interest Charge: $2
Credit Card Fees
Balance Transfer or Cash Advance: $10 or 5% of the transaction amount, whichever is greater
Foreign Transaction: 3%
Late Payment: Up to $40
Sign-up Bonus and Benefits
$50 statement credit when you spend $500 within 60 days of account opening.