Spend That Green (Or Blue, Or Purple…)

Wednesday, January 26, 2011 | Category: Uncategorized

{Pantone Platinum Visa Cards}

I think all of us know how addicting swiping that plastic can be, and I hate to break it to you, but this news isn’t going to make it any easier to kick this habit….Pantone has paired with Visa to create a line of stylish credit cards in five shades chosen from Pantone’s 2011 Spring Fashion Color Report.  These candy colored cards make buying groceries and picking up the dry cleaning (or more preferably buying that adorable lamp, luscious throw blanket or glorious vase) stylish activities.

The Pantone Visa comes with no annual fee, a low introductory APR, travel insurance and more.  Furthermore, using your Pantone Visa could score you points at participating retailers, redeemable for rewards including free and discounted travel to global destinations, name brand merchandise, tickets to sports events and theatrical attractions…and many more!

What do you think of the Pantone Platinum Visa?  Are you a shade of warm beeswax, cheerful firecracker or confident regatta?

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5 Comments to 'Spend That Green (Or Blue, Or Purple…)'

Rachel 26 Jan 11 at 9:29 pm

What? No Honeysuckle? I would want that one for sure!

Sarah 27 Jan 11 at 8:34 am

Oooo, this is a tough choice since I love all of them…but the Lavender is really cool and the turquoise – Blue Curacao – might just have to get one!!! :) )

Whitney 27 Jan 11 at 10:35 am

Oh my, this is bad, REAL bad. I want one of these so badly, but don’t need the consequences of owning one, ha!

PJ@Home Decor Accents 27 Jan 11 at 11:21 am

I just love blue and my current mainly used credit card is… blue. LOL
What concerns getting another card, No thanks.
Before long people can start collecting credit cards like they used to collect stamps.

julie c 02 Feb 11 at 1:26 pm

uh oh this will not be good for my new years revolution to curb my spending habits…

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