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Chase Bank’s $150 bonus

By , August 10, 2007

0% Introductory APR for up to 12 months and No Annual Fee3
Full Platinum Visa® benefits
8 Sony Rewards Points per $1 spent at, and Sony Style® stores2
Exclusive members-only deals on Sony products


1. Sony Card is issued by Chase Bank USA, NA, and is subject to credit approval. Card credit will be applied to your Sony Card account 8-12 weeks after your first purchase of $299 or more (“Qualifying Purchase”) at or Sony Style

Stores. Offer expires August 31, 2007. First purchase must be made by November 30, 2007. In some instances an application may require additional processing, in which case Instant Credit will be unavailable. When you are approved for the Sony Card, you will receive your account and CVV2 number on-screen. Please make sure to make note of your account and CVV2 number as this information will not be available until you receive your card in the mail. If you are approved, you will be able to make a one-time purchase at only, with up to a maximum line of credit of $5,000. Additional purchases with this account cannot be made until your card is received in the mail. This promotional offer is available for new Sony Card account holders only; existing Sony Card account holders or accounts are not eligible. The Qualifying Purchase must post to your account between August 1, 2007 and November 30, 2007.

2. You will earn 8 points for each ũ.00 of net purchases made with your Sony Card at and Sony Style stores for a limited time from August 1, 2007 to September 30, 2007. Points are earned on Sony Card purchases only. Beginning October 1, 2007 you will earn 5 points for each $1.00 of net purchases made with your Sony Card at and Sony Style stores. Points are earned on Sony Card purchases only.

3. Valid for introductory period so long as you comply with the terms of your account. Also, we apply payments to introductory balances before balances with higher APRs. This means that the length of your introductory period may vary based on your payment amounts and the APRs for other balances on your account.

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