Colorful Credit -The PANTONE Platinum VISA Rewards Card In 5 PMS Colors.
And the Pantone Parade of Products marches on. The latest product to brandish the Pantone brand name and five of their trendy colors for 2011 is a credit card. Whether you're buying groceries, paying the dry cleaner or getting Sparky groomed for the dog show, now you can do it in style, with the new PANTONE Visa® Platinum Rewards Card.
Are you a Dynamic Firecracker? Or more of a Spiritual Lavender? The PANTONE Visa Platinum Rewards Card comes in five exciting hues, selected from the PANTONE Fashion Color Report for Spring 2011. One of these colorful cards is bound to express your Inner Shopper.
PANTONE 18-4039 Regatta
trustworthy, noble, generous
PANTONE 15-4825 Blue Curacao
sensuous, tender, inviting
PANTONE 14-0941 Beeswax
warm, sincere, generous
PANTONE 16-1452 Firecracker
cheerful, dynamic, tuned in
PANTONE 15-3817 Lavender
insightful, intuitive, spiritual
The PANTONE Visa Platinum Rewards Card comes with benefits like No Annual Fee, a Low Introductory APR, Travel Insurance and more. Plus using your PANTONE Visa Card can earn you points at participating retailers redeemable for great rewards including free and discounted travel to global destinations, name-brand merchandise, tickets to top sporting events and theatrical attractions – and the list goes on and on.
Apply for your PANTONE Visa Platinum Rewards Card here
The Pantone Visa® Platinum Rewards card is issued by UMB Bank, N.A. All applications for Pantone Visa credit card accounts will be subject to UMB Bank N.A.'s approval, at its absolute discretion. Certain exclusions may apply to benefits listed above. Please visit www.cardpartner.com/app/pantone for further details of terms and conditions which apply to the Pantone Visa card program.
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