NASCAR Credit Cardholders Can Win an Ultimate Race Weekend

October 19, 2016, Written By Lynn Oldshue
NASCAR Credit Cardholders Can Win an Ultimate Race Weekend

NASCAR credit cardholders will be given the chance to win the Ultimate Race Weekend from Credit One Bank.

Credit One Bank, one of the fastest growing credit card issuers in the United States, will give the winning cardholder:

  • 2 tickets to the 2017 NASCAR Cup Series race of their choice
  • A VIP experience that includes a behind-the-scenes tour
  • Roundtrip airfare and hotel accommodations
  • $1,000 to spend at the race

“NASCAR races provide unbeatable entertainment, but going behind the scenes is something that most fans only dream about,” said Laura Faulkner, vice president of marketing communications of Credit One Bank. “We want to give NASCAR fans the opportunity to have the Ultimate Race Weekend while learning more about the benefits and rewards of the Official Credit Card of NASCAR from Credit One Bank.”

To enter, fans need to visit Credit One’s website to see if they qualify for the Official Credit Card of NASCAR. Existing cardholders automatically receive an entry to the sweepstakes.

“This sweepstakes is an opportunity to introduce more fans to the Official Credit Card of NASCAR and reward them simply for seeing if they pre-qualify for the card,” said Faulkner. “Plus, we’re able to thank all of our existing NASCAR Visa card members for their loyalty by providing them with an automatic entry for a chance to win.”

The NASCAR credit card offers 1% cash back on eligible purchases and 2% cash back on purchases made on NASCAR’s website. Cardmembers also receive discounts from retail partners, including Fanatics and the NASCAR Racing Experience.

The information contained within this article was accurate as of October 19, 2016. For up-to-date
information on any of the terms, cards or offers mentioned above, visit the issuer's website.

About Lynn Oldshue

Lynn Oldshue has written personal finance stories for for twelve years. She majored in public relations at Mississippi State University.
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