02-06-2009 11:10 AM
Does anyone have this Playstation card? It's from Chase.
I am thinking of applying for it but I am confused about what you need to do to qualify for the first $100 in cash back. Up top it says "for a limited time receive a $100 card credit when you purchase a PLAYSTATION®3 system at SonyStyle.com"
But then below in the terms and conditions, it does not specifically mention that the $299 needs to be spent on a Playstation:
"Your first single sales receipt purchase equal or greater than $299 ("Qualifying Purchase") must be made by 3/31/09 and will automatically qualify you for a first $100 Statement Credit."
So do I have to buy a Playstation to get the first $100 cash back, or can I just make a single purchase anywhere (i.e. not at the sonystyle website) on anything that is over $299 to qualify for the $100 cash back?
02-06-2009 04:36 PM
thanks for the info. I heard somewhere that Sony makes it a pain to get the cash back you've earned and in general is just a pain to deal with....
anybody have opinions on that?
02-06-2009 06:08 PM
02-27-2009 09:38 AM - edited 02-27-2009 09:39 AM
does anyone have experience applying for this card?
$300 bonus offer expires on 2/28, does Chase normally extend these offers?
02-27-2009 12:38 PM
I am interested in opening both Citibusiness and this Sony card. If I open Sony card first would this hurt my chances of getting Citibusiness (my FICO scores are good but I'm worried because I heard Citibusiness approval process is tough).
Would it help if I apply for both simultaneously
(because that way each inquiry won't show up in time for the other bank to see it?)
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