PenFed Adds eSports Credit Card w/ Washington Justice

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Last updated on September 19th, 2023

PenFed has partnered with esports franchise Washington Justice to issue a new credit card. The new Justice x PenFed Power Cash Rewards Visa Signature® Card is a first-of-its-kind gaming rewards credit card, allowing Washington Justice fans to support their favorite esports team and enjoying Justice discounts – all while earning cash back rewards on every eligible purchase.

PenFed Powers Up with New eSports Credit Card

Pentagon Federal Credit Union, more commonly known as PenFed, is the second-largest credit union in the United States. Now, the Virginia-based credit union is partnering with a local esports team, the Washington Justice, to launch a new co-branded credit card – the Justice x PenFed Power Cash Rewards Visa Signature® Card.

Justice x PenFed Power Cash Rewards Visa Signature® Card Features

The new esports credit card includes a special sign-up bonus for the first 100 approved applicants. The first 100 PenFed members approved for the Justice x PenFed Power Cash Rewards will receive a $100 Washington Justice store gift card.

With regular use, the Justice x PenFed Power Cash Rewards earns 1.5% cash back on all purchases made with the card – a rate that jumps to 2% back for PenFed Honors Advantage members – available to PenFed Access America Checking Account holders or the primary account holder having an active duty, reserve, honorably discharged, or retired military status. The card also features no annual fee.

“A New, Unique Credit Card Experience”

“PenFed is proud to partner with The Washington Justice and make history with the first esports team-branded credit card,” said James Schenck, president and CEO of PenFed, in a statement. “The passion and enthusiasm of Justice players and fans is wonderful to witness, and we are excited to expand our partnership and welcome even more Justice fans as PenFed members. PenFed and The Washington Justice embrace the same innovative and enthusiastic spirit, and we look forward to growing our partnership.”

“The Washington Justice Power Cash Rewards Card establishes a new, unique credit card experience for Overwatch League fans all over the country,” added Washington Justice owner, Mark Ein. “This card represents a partnership that serves communities to get the most out of their purchases and to provide opportunities for Justice fans to show their support and become members of the PenFed family.”

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