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The Sony Visa Card (formerly also known as the PlayStation Card) is being transitioned from Capital One to Comenity Bank. Current cardholders will have their accounts transferred in November.
Comenity Capital Bank has several card types depending on your needs.
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The Sony Visa® Credit Card could be a decent card for you if you make a lot of purchases from Sony.
It earns 5X points per dollar on Sony products, but only from authorized dealers with purchase confirmation. You’ll also get 5X points for entertainment, and 2X points at restaurants.
Take note that you’ll need to submit a Sony Rewards Purchase Confirmation Form in order to get the full 5X points per dollar on Sony purchases. Otherwise you’ll only earn 1X point per dollar.
The Sony card has no annual fee.