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How to Earn Exclusive Upper Deck Infinite Cards Using Your Credit Card

How to Earn Exclusive Upper Deck Infinite Cards Using Your Credit Card

For many collectors, credit cards and trading cards go together like peanut butter and jelly. Traditionally, it's the credit card that buys the sealed wax or vintage rookie. A new credit card lets collectors earn exclusive 2012 Upper Deck Infinite cards.

To earn the cards, collectors have to sign up and use a Dynamics ePlate Visa. But to get the real cards, users have to finish a virtual set first.

For every $10 spent using the high-tech credit card, collectors earn one virtual card. "Packs" of seven virtual cards can also be bought at any time for $1.50. After building a complete 250-virtual card set, collectors get a pack of physical Upper Deck Infinite cards.

Virtual cards are available in football, basketball and golf. Each is a separate set. To get the physical cards, a full set from one sport has to be finished. Virtual cards are digital versions of cards that have already been released. Upper Deck Infinite is a standalone set featuring an all-new design. Each sport has 30 different Upper Deck Infinite cards as well as randomly inserted autographs.

Virtual cards are distributed randomly, similar to how you'd build a set by busting packs.

The battery-powered Dynamics ePlate Visa works in conjunction with a Smart Phone. After making a purchase, users are prompted to select a reward. Others include comics, charitable donations and video games. The credit card has a $99 annual fee.

Full details on the Dynamics ePlate Visa and an application for the credit card are available here.

Below are the checklists for the 2012 Upper Deck Infinite sets (the physical cards). It is worth noting that the golf set includes Rory McIlroy. Although an oddball issue, this could be his first card from a major manufacturer and could carry some clout in the future.

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2012 Upper Deck Infinite Checklist

1 LeBron James
2 Larry Bird
3 Magic Johnson
4 Bill Russell
5 Grant Hill
6 Reggie Miller
7 Alonzo Mourning
8 Dominique Wilkins
9 Julius Erving
10 Paul Pierce
11 Michael Jordan
12 Karl Malone
13 Anfernee Hardaway
14 Clyde Drexler
15 Ray Allen
16 Larry Johnson
17 Michael Jordan
18 Dennis Rodman
19 Michael Jordan
20 Allen Iverson
21 Bill Walton
22 Michael Jordan
23 Isiah Thomas
24 LeBron James
25 Hakeem Olajuwon
26 Michael Jordan
27 Gary Payton
28 Walt Frazier
29 David Robinson
30 Chris Paul
1 Drew Brees
2 Tim Tebow
3 Aaron Rodgers
4 Herschel Walker
5 Roger Staubach
6 Tim Brown
7 Tony Dorsett
8 Jim Kelly
9 Dan Marino
10 Bart Starr
11 John Elway
12 Jerry Rice
13 Ken Stabler
14 Jerome Bettis
15 Drew Bledsoe
16 Barry Sanders
17 Dan Fouts
18 Bo Jackson
19 Steve Young
20 Joe Namath
21 Doug Flutie
22 Warren Moon
23 Earl Campbell
24 Troy Aikman
25 Thurman Thomas
26 Robert Griffin III
27 Trent Richardson
28 Justin Blackmon
29 Ryan Tannehill
30 Russell Wilson
1 Tiger Woods
2 Rory McIlroy
3 Jack Nicklaus
4 Annika Sorenstam
5 Natalie Gulbis
6 Ernie Els
7 Kevin Na
8 Andy North
9 Ginger Howard
10 Tiger Woods
11 Rory McIlroy
12 Tiger Woods
13 Tom Lewis
14 Justin Rose
15 Kevin Streelman
16 Sara Brown
17 Bud Cauley
18 Tom Lehman
19 Tiger Woods
20 Ian Poulter
21 Jack Nicklaus
22 Jack Nicklaus
23 Rory McIlroy
24 Dustin Johnson
25 Morgan Pressel
26 Hunter Mahan
27 Michael Campbell
28 Fredrik Jacobson
29 Camilo Villegas
30 Tiger Woods

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

User Comments

Im looking to trade my Dynamics Upper Deck ePlate dupes. Does anyone else have these who wants to trade? PM me or email me if interested. I have over 1,900 cards my email is james.dascole@gmail.com

Greg Rozier
Greg Rozier

Let me see if I have this straight…

$99 annual fee for the credit card.

$2500 in purchases to accumulate 250 virtual cards, which includes duplicates. Probably twice that before you get the last card needed to complete a 250-card set.

All to get a one physical pack of cards that might contain an autograph?

This is a stretch for me. I put a lot of charges on my credit card each month, but I’ll stick with my cash back.

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