Cardless now offers a Miami Marlins Credit Card (25K after $2.5K offer)


Cardless is back at it with another super niche credit card. On the heels of the debut of the Manchester United and Cleveland Cavaliers Credit Cards, they have now launched applications for the Miami Marlins Credit Card – because why wouldn’t they want to cater to the least loyal fanbase in the Major Leagues? Lest you think I cherry picked an old result when I Googled “which mlb team has the least fans”, I assure you that the #1 result on Google was both more recent and concurred. Maybe that’s why the credit card makes sense here: there is no harm in trying to engage the dedicated few as much as possible.

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The Offer & Key Card Details

Card Offer and Details
This card is no longer available
No Annual Fee
Information about this card has been collected independently by Frequent Miler. The issuer did not provide the details, nor is it responsible for their accuracy.
FM Mini Review: Points are worth $0.01 each toward a statement credit or 1.25c toward gift cards for Marlins gear, so this card could be a good deal for a Marlins fan. That is particularly true if you value some of the unique experiences offered by Home Run Rewards.
Earning rate: 5x on Marlins tickets ✦ 5% back on retail & concessions at IoanDepot Park ✦ 3x on dining, food delivery, gas and drugstores ✦ 1x on everything else
Base: 1%
Dine: 3%
Brand: 5%
Other: 3%
Card Info: Mastercard issued by FEB. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
Noteworthy perks: Transfer 10 points to 1 Home Run Reward point (Miami Marlins loyalty program, which offers some unique redemptions)

Quick Thoughts

Like the other Cardless cards, the welcome offer is neither awful nor terribly exciting unless you have a strong affinity for the team. Gary at View from the Wing points out that there are some really unique experiences available in the Miami Marlins Home Run Rewards loyalty program, so it’s possible that this card will appeal to a Major League Baseball fan in general. That said, I’ll hold off on Cardless since I can clearly count on a Detroit Lions Credit Card to be coming soon.

H/T: View from the Wing

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As a lifelong, born and raised Miami resident, I would just like to point out that we live in Miami. We have better things to do.

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