UMB Bank and DC are offering a new rewards credit card—just in time for NY Comic Con

Sarah Whitten

Thousands of fans are getting ready to convene in the city for New York Comic Con, four days of jam-packed events celebrating comics, anime, movies and more. It's perfect timing for UMB Bank and DC to release the DC Power Visa Credit Card, with seven unique cards celebrating iconic characters and DC milestones.

Applicants can choose which card design they want during the application process. The unique designs include DC favorites: Batman, Wonder Woman, the Justice League, Superman, The Flash and Harley Quinn. In addition, there's a limited-edition version of the Batman card that has a vertical design and celebrates the comic's 80th anniversary.

Source: All DC characters and elements © & ™ DC Comics. (s19)

The DC Power Visa Credit Card offers competitive rewards on entertainment spending with 3X points per dollar on popular entertainment categories: movie theaters, streaming services, digital media (such as books, movies and music) and cable and internet bills. Plus earn 2X points per dollar on dining and gas and 1X points per dollar everywhere else Visa is accepted.

Points can be redeemed for a statement credit, travel, experiences, gift cards, merchandise, entertainment and more.

In addition, there's a welcome bonus for new cardholders: Receive a $50 Fandango promo code after you spend $500 within 90 days of account opening. This is a great way to cover the cost of upcoming movie tickets.

Cardholders can also benefit from DC-centric perks provided through UltimateHero Rewards:

  • 10% off a DC Universe annual subscription
  • 10% off purchases at
  • 20% off Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood and merchandise

If you're a DC fan, this card can help you enjoy special discounts on eligible DC purchases while also earning competitive entertainment rewards — all at no annual fee. For more details, see rates and fees.

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