Fox Sports has announced that it will debut a new Southwest credit card that lets customers tap into the power of their personal information, allowing them to access information about a person’s financial history.
The card is set to be available starting next month, with the first 500 people who sign up being given a complimentary Southwest card that can be used to pay for online purchases, in-store transactions and at grocery stores.
The company has also launched a special Southwest card to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the invention of the first credit card, the Southwest Express.
The new card will also allow users to tap into their online purchases via a mobile application that will work on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices.
Users will be able to add up to $50 into their Southwest card for up to 30 days and they can tap into up to 3.5 miles of travel per month.
Customers will also be able access their credit card information from a “virtual portal” that is accessible from the app.
According to the announcement, users will be automatically charged for Southwest cards that are already in use, but not charged for purchases that have already been made, and can also choose to pay by cash, check or credit card.
The first 500 customers who signup will receive a complimentary, unlimited Southwest Express card that is currently only available to customers with a current credit card and a valid Southwest debit card.
The card will be available for $50 per month, and $30 per day, until November 6.
According the company, Southwest Express cards will allow users access to credit card services such as Chase, MasterCard, American Express and Discover, as well as a wide array of online shopping options.