Last updated on August 22nd, 2022
The Boston Celtics are the latest NBA team to join forces for an exclusive co-branded credit card. The new Boston Celtics Credit Card from Cardless offers Boston sports fans the chance to “put some green in their pocket” while supporting their favorite team.
About the New Boston Celtics Credit Card
Cardless has launched a new co-branded credit card with another NBA franchise. The new Boston Celtics Credit Card is the fourth card offering from the fintech and offers Celtics fans everywhere similar perks to the company’s other card products.
The Celtics Credit Card, a Mastercard product, offers up to 7X points on Celtics season ticket purchases, plus rideshares and eligible streaming services. The card’s other bonus categories include 4X points on dining (including takeout and delivery) and 2X points on groceries and drug store purchases.
New accounts also enjoy a 30,000-point bonus after spending $2,500 in three months of account opening. That bonus is enough for a Celtics replica jersey – a similar sign-up bonus to other Cardless products.
Cardless Increasing Its Portfolio in 2021
Cardless currently offers four credit cards, co-branded with some of the biggest names in global sports. These card offers include the Cleveland Cavaliers Credit Card, the Miami Marlins Credit Card, and the Manchester United Credit Card.
The fintech received over $40 million in investment earlier this year, with many of the current card partners purchasing equity. Another NBA name that participated in the $40-million fundraising round was the Phoenix Suns – leading to speculation that the Arizona-based NBA franchise will be the next team to launch a Cardless credit card.
Cardless is a fintech company and credit card issuer for some of the most prominent names in the sporting world. Cardless helps brands provide their biggest fans with a credit card experience that is fair, smooth, and more rewarding than other offers on the market. The company offers its credit cards through a dedicated mobile app and issues them through First Electronic Bank, Member FDIC.
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