PlayStation® Card from Capital One®

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PlayStation® Card from Capital One®’s Rewards

5,000 points
Base Earn
1 point / $1
Max Earn
10 points / $1
  • Earn 5,000 bonus points after your first purchase within 90 days of approval
  • 10 points per $1 spent on all PlayStation┬« Store purchases
  • 3 points per $1 spent on PlayStation┬« and Sony┬« purchases at authorized retailers, with purchase confirmation
  • 3 points per $1 spent on fast food restaurants, movie theatres & your mobile phone bill
  • 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases
  • Redeem for Sony products, movies, music & more

PlayStation® Card from Capital One®’s Key APRs & Fees

Purchase Intro APR
0% until August 2017
Transfer Intro APR
Not Offered
Regular APR
14.24% - 24.99% (V)

PlayStation® Card from Capital One®’s Additional Info

  • MAX LATE FEE   $35
  • GRACE PERIOD   25 days
    23.24% (V)
    3% (min $10)
  • SMART CHIP   Yes, chip-and-signature
  • 0% intro APR on purchases until August 2017, 14.24% - 24.99% variable APR after that
  • No annual fee

Customer Questions and Answers

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Can I buy groceries?

Photo of Card H.
Feb 11, 2016
Yes, this card is a VISA, which means you can use it anywhere VISA is accepted, including grocery stores. You will even earn 1 point per $1 spent with this particular plastic. Best of luck!
6 Votes 10 4

Can someone who has never had a credit card before sign up for this?

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May 21, 2016
Yes, this was my first card credit score was 626.
5 Votes 13 8

Customer Reviews

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3.2 out of 5

254 reviews
Photo of lucas5987
Feb 23, 2016
I got the playstation card because of the benefits involved with purchases both on and outside of the playstation store. These cards allow the user to rack up points that can be used towards digital rewards on sony products. I think it could be a little bit easier to use your points, as you have to go through another system to redeem them. I would definitely recommend it to others, and I also have a friend who has this same card. I have never had any problems, so I haven't had to contact customer service before, but I have always been pleased with sony customer support in the past.
Photo of Ken P.
Aug 20, 2015
I really like my Capital One Play Station Visa, if you purchase games on the Play Station Network or hardware from the Sony site then this is the card for you. I use it every time I buy Sony and the rewards make it awesome. The only thing that I really wish this card had was reward points for making Sony purchases at my local retailers, I worry about having a TV shipped so even though I have a Sony TV I got no points because I bought it locally. Really that's my only complaint with this card though.
Photo of Scotch T.
Jul 3, 2015
When you apply for this card at first you get a 5000 point bonus which counts towards like a rebate. The points which you earn by making purchases are redeemable for a verity of stuff. If you are a gamer like me and often purchase from the playstation store then this is the card for you. Overall I love this card and it helped my credit score go up.
Photo of Danuel M.
May 12, 2015
I just got this card a month ago and it has really helped my credit a lot! The rewards points really fit me perfectly so I've been able to rack up a lot of them with no interest. Great card overall.
Photo of Alex B.
Nov 24, 2014
This is a great card to have if you use the Playstation store a lot. Good interest, amazing rewards, and terms to compete with any mainstream card.

If you're a PS gamer, this is the card for you.
Photo of Jeff G.
Dec 30, 2013
I like this card simply because I get 10 points for every dollar I spend on playstation store purchases. It works out pretty nicely. I still get points added up for other purchases made like any other credit card. Since I usually spend a decent amount of money at the playstation store it is a win-win situation for me. With the generous initial 0% interest period, I am not sure why people are rating this card so poorly. You can rack up a lot of points in the first several months and not have to pay a dime of interest. You are also not required to pay an annual fee. more
Photo of Sarah M.
Dec 27, 2013
The Playstation Card from Capital One is one of those cards that I would have to label as 'Okay', but not great. Yeah, it's kind of useful for buying off the Playstation store, and I like that you get rewards. There's no fee to use it, which is also nice. But it's the kind of card that has such a narrow application that it mostly sits in my wallet taking up space. The APR is too high in my opinion, but if you play a LOT of games and make A LOT of purchases on the PSN, it might be worth it.
Photo of Nelly M.
Dec 27, 2013
This credit card is great for PlayStation gamers as it can be used to purchase anything in Sony's online entertainment store. It's great because you earn reward points for all your purchases, and with no annual fee you don't have to worry. Online payments are a breeze and no interest until October 2014 is totally awesome. I recommend this card for every PlayStation user.
Photo of James C.
Nov 20, 2013
This Capital One credit card is towards gamers who are PlayStation fan and gamers. This credit card can be used to purchase video games for the PlayStation console gaming system. This credit card is limited because you can only make purchases on Sony stores and Sony online stores, which cannot be used anywhere else. When you first get this credit card, you get no interest until October 2014 which is nice, also you get rewards when making purchases. It is very easy to make payments online and I never had any problems. If you are planning on only buying video games then I recommend it.
Photo of George G.
Nov 20, 2013
I got this card because I personally am a big Playstation fan and gamer, but even then I have to admit the card is fairly limited and rarely gets used aside from making purchased on Sony's online entertainment store and the occasional purchase made at a Sony store. The initial 5000 point bonus is very nice if you can make use of it in their store, but other than that I would not waste your time on this card. More likely than not, you will not use it as much as you think you will and will regret signing up for it.
Photo of Calvero D.
Aug 14, 2013
The Playstation Credit Card is something I would not even waste my time on. Its mostly geared toward gamers and is very similar to typical big box or chain store credit card. The APR on both credit card purchases and cash advances are very high and rival those of even starter credit cards made for people with bad credit. Really the only positive thing I can say about his card is you can earn points on the money you spend fairly quickly, but you are strictly guides as to what you can spend your points on. Your better off just getting a best buy card or a Walmart card, at more
Photo of Benjamin X.
Aug 8, 2013
The Playstation Credit Card is a fairly limited card, in my opinion. Offering APR rates that are fairly high, the card reminds me of my Nordstrom Credit Card, which has no annual fee like this one, and a fairly high rate as well. However, for a shopper who likes Sony products, this card offers a 3 points per dollar reward at Sony/Playstation, and 10 points on Network purchases. That's much better than my 2 points per dollar reward from Nordstrom Credit Card. And there's a 5,000 point bonus. I would say that this card is better than most store credit cards, by offering a better bonus program and rewards program, more
Photo of David B.
Aug 2, 2013
For the console gamer with good or great credit, the Playstation Credit Card offers a nearly non-paralleled choice. Not only is the rewards program strong, with both a large bonus at first, and strong point multipliers covering a wide range of products, there's even a nearly year-long intro interest rate on purchases of 0%, which is a rarity among rewards cards of any sort, much less the ones with strong rewards programs and not being for excellent credit people only. Additionally, there is NO balance transfer fee, this is even more of a rarity for this type of card, my Slate has the same, but no rewards program whatsoever. Overall, more
Photo of Trevor D.
Feb 24, 2016
I have spent hours on the phone with Sony and Capitol One regarding this Playstation card and its sister Sony Card, and have yet to receive any information on what level creditors these cards invite! I have average credit at best, but am trying to expand my credit wallet, so is this a good card to apply for considering my minimal credit?
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