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More than 500,000 customers of Banco Santander already have the Ferrari credit card

Más de 500.000 clientes de Banco Santander tienen ya la tarjeta Ferrari

  • The former Banesto branches that have been integrated into the Santander  network are already selling them.

Madrid, May 13, 2013 - Banco Santander announced today that more than 500,000 of its customers already have the Ferrari credit card in seven markets: Germany, Brazil, Chile, Spain, Mexico, Portugal and Uruguay. This card is the bank’s most global product.

Former Banesto branches in Spain, which now form part of the Santander network, have started selling Ferrari cards. This means it is the first product that has been fully integrated into the merged entity in Spain.

At the Spanish F1 Grand Prix this weekend, Santander’s chairman, Emilio Botín, received a giant Ferrari credit card as a gift from drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa in a ceremony to commemorate the third anniversary of the card.

In addition to the usual advantages of a credit card, the users will benefit, among other things, from being entered in draws to win F1 GP tickets or accommodation at hotels with a Ferrari, discounts for merchandising at the Ferrari Online Store and free membership to Scuderia Ferrari.

This credit card offers a free SMS alert service, and accident and travel insurance for up to EUR 300,000, among other advantages. Its design simulates the carbon fibre of the F1 cars and incorporates the highest security standards, including the EMV chip. Santander has nearly six million cards in circulation in Spain and 106 million in the world.

More than 500,000 customers of Banco Santander already have the Ferrari credit card

Emilio Botín with Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa.

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