Final Fantasy VII FFVII Rebirth credit cards by Epos Card
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Epos Card Will Release FFVII Rebirth Credit Cards

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth-themed credit cards will appear in Japan. Epos Card has revealed that it will launch FFVII Rebirth VISA credit cards in two designs, with each of them featuring Cloud and Sephiroth. The company will start accepting applications for the cards on March 1, 2024.

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Epos Card noted that these cards will not have any yearly membership fees. However, people who have an existing Epos credit card and want to switch to the FFVII Rebirth designs will have to pay an extra 1,000 yen. The company will also hold a promotion by giving away a chibi rubber keychain featuring Cloud and Red XIII to users who spend at least 10,000 yen with the card in the first three months.

The company will also work with Marui to hold temporary stores selling Final Fantasy VII merchandise to mark FFVII Rebirth‘s release on February 29, 2024. The items will range from small illustration magnets that cost 440 yen (~$3) to Adorable Arts figures of Cloud and Sephiroth priced at 7,480 yen (~$50) each.

People will also be able to apply for the game-themed Epos credit cards in these physical venues. By doing so, they will receive a random Final Fantasy VII Remake badge.

The Final Fantasy VII Rebirth-themed stores will be available at the following locations and times:

  • Shibuya MODI in Tokyo – March 2-31, 2024
  • Namba Marui in Osaka – March 8-17, 2024
  • Hakata Marui in Fukuoka – March 9-24, 2024
  • SMARK Isesaki in Gunma – March 23-31, 2024
  • MALera Gifu in Motosu – March 30, 2024 – April 7, 2024
  • Sapporo Factory in Hokkaido – April 6-14, 2024

Epos Card will open online applications for the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth credit cards on March 1, 2024, at noon JST.

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