Free MLB Jersey + iPod Nano with Bank of America Credit Card

Bank of America (merged with MBNA) is offering a free baseball jersey as well as an iPod Nano with their MLB Extra Bases card. Looks like you need to spend $2,000 on the card with 90 days of account opening to get the iPod. Pertinent fine print quoted below.

To qualify for the first reward (an official MLB? licensed jersey), respond to this offer and use your new account within 90 days of the date the account is opened by FIA Card Services, N.A., to make any combination of purchase or cash advance transactions (includes balance transfers) totaling at least $75 (excludes transaction fees). Limit one (1) jersey per new account.

In addition, to qualify for the second reward, a 1GB Apple? iPod nano, respond to this offer and use your new account within 90 days of the date the account is opened by FIA Card Services, N.A., to make any combination of purchase or cash advance transactions (includes balance transfers) totaling at least $2,000. Limit one (1) 1GB Apple iPod nano per new account.

Allow 8-12 weeks for delivery after qualifying. Offer sponsored by FIA Card Services, N.A.: we may substitute an item of equal or greater value and we are not responsible for lost, stolen, or undelivered merchandise. U.S. residents must be 18 to apply for a credit card.

Comments

  1. It seems that the Link does not work.

  2. Marcus Hardy says:

    Thanks for the link for the Credit Card. Can always use an Ipod. Don’t think I will keep the card, but can’t pass up on a free jersey and the Ipod.

  3. Ugghh, I am so close to doing this offer. I can always use another Mets Jersey and Mets card, and it would be nice to have an iPod after selling the one from the Jets Card promo, but I really have way too many credit cards just sitting around. I hate having my credit report show that I could go $17,000 into debt tomorrow if I wanted to.

  4. A good way to run in debt is to acquire several credit cards just for receiving a free jersey and an iPod. This is the way credit card companies attract people’s attention and unfortunately it works.

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