A number of new credit cards have hit the market since the beginning of 2021, and the two latest cards are designed for entertainment consumers. Six Flags and WWE have issued co-branded cards offering rewards and perks for their customers.
Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world's largest regional theme park company, is partnering with Credit One Bank on a new Visa rewards card, which is available now.
The card features exclusive offers and benefits at 24 participating Six Flags parks in the U.S. The rewards include three times rewards points on all purchases at the park, including admission, food, and merchandise.
Cardholders will also two times the points on gas, groceries, and hotel spending. All other purchases with the card will get one point for each dollar spent.
There’s also a 10% automatic cashback rewards program at participating merchants through the More Rewards Program. The card carries a $39 annual fee that is waived for consumers with excellent credit.
"If you are a thrill-seeker and want to earn rewards just by using your credit card at a Six Flags park or filling up the tank on the drive there, then our Six Flags Rewards Visa is the credit card you've been dreaming of. It provides unique benefits that have been specifically tailored for theme park enthusiasts," said John Coombe, senior vice president of marketing, Credit One Bank.
WWE Champion Credit Card
Credit One Bank is also partnering with WWE on the co-branded WWE Champion Credit Card, providing rewards and perks for wrestling fans. The card offers:
3% cashback rewards on eligible internet, cable, satellite TV, and mobile phone services
2% cashback rewards on eligible dining purchases
1% cashback rewards on all other purchases
WWE merchandise discounts
Up to 10% cashback rewards from participating merchants through the More Rewards Program
“WWE has the most passionate fans in the world, and we are proud to give them an opportunity to not only earn cashback rewards but get exclusive opportunities on WWE merchandise and experiences with the new WWE Champion Credit Card," said Stephanie McMahon, WWE’s chief brand officer.
The WWE Champion Credit Card carries a $49 annual fee. Consumers should carefully consider how they would use a card with an annual fee and compare it with other cards that have no annual fee.
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