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Dynamics Marks 50th ePlate Rewards Partner with Special Card and Double Rewards at CES

At CES this year, Dynamics ePlate Visa® Card is celebrating the milestone of adding its 50th rewards partner by having attendees experience and win some of its most unique rewards. CES show attendees can sign up for a unique card design only available during the show floor, and can earn double rewards for a year on most of its rewards, without paying a $99 reward upgrade fee.

Special Edition CES ePlate Visa Card - the card that lights up! With over 70 electronic components a ...

Special Edition CES ePlate Visa Card - the card that lights up! With over 70 electronic components and a computer inside. Sign up at the Dynamics Booth 31669. (Photo: Business Wire)

Reaching a key milestone this year, the Dynamics ePlate now has over 50 reward partners, including the most popular rewards for air travel and cash back. With its Air Dollars reward, cardholders can earn $250 vouchers on 10 major US airlines, by earning 1.35 air dollars for every dollar they spend. That’s 35% more than typical airline rewards, and vouchers are good on any tickets purchased directly from the airline, without restrictions or blackouts.

CashPerks+ is the card’s cash back program, which has no special earning categories and no limits on what you can earn, plus a unique feature where cardholders can win up to $950 every time $50 in cash back is redeemed2.

The card also has a reward with a unique Win $10,000 sweepstakes2, where cardholders can earn a chance to win $10,000 for every $10 they spend.

The Dynamics ePlate Visa card has some very unique reward categories and high value rewards that are even greater than 100% - previously unheard of for a rewards card. For example, card holders can earn a seat on a private jet flight offered by JetLimo, that is worth as much as $1500, after spending only $1250, or can earn a $4000 discount off a Henry Cookson African Safari after spending only $2000!

Because the technology in the ePlate card allows users to select their rewards before making a transaction, they can earn rewards much faster than on other rewards cards. For example, with the Innovation and Technology Today Magazine reward, cardholders can earn an Apple iPad mini after spending $20,000. Another leading rewards program would require you to earn 50,000 points before you get that reward.

And there are rewards that are totally exclusive to Dynamics ePlate Cardholders, such as earning Upper Deck Infinite Trading Cards Packs for basketball, football, or golf, that come with randomly inserted autographed cards. Or cardholders can choose to earn exclusive signed and numbered art work from over 7 unique artists.

Look for the huge credit card that lights up (booth 31669). You will be able to play the new limited edition of Jersey Jack Pinball’s Wizard of Oz Pinball machine, where high scores will earn you a signed collector’s edition trans-light, or $300 discounts on the purchase of the machine. Visitors can see the scale model of the new Triton Submarine, probably the most extreme consumer electronic at this show, and learn how they can win an undersea journey, or they can play a golf simulator to win an exclusive signed Michael Heslop print of Tiger Woods.

“One of our proudest achievements was to win the CES Best of Innovations for Personal Electronics for the technology behind ePlate,” said Jeff Mullen, CEO of Dynamics Inc. “Now we want to celebrate reaching 50 rewards partners, by giving CES attendees an exclusive electronic ePlate card with double rewards.”

Visitors who apply for the card at CES and are approved will earn up to double rewards for 1 year, which typically costs $99 per year, just by applying at the Dynamics booth1.

This will be time well spent, with some excitement to boot!!

1Credit approval required.

2For either of these rewards, signing up for an ePlate card or making a purchase is not required to participate or win. Consumers can participate without signing up or making a purchase using a mail in entry described in the rules. See official rules at www.dynamicsinc.com/rules/umbcashperksplus and www.dynamicsinc.com/rules/Win10000 for details.

About Dynamics Inc.:

Dynamics Inc., founded in 2007 by Jeff Mullen, designs and manufactures intelligent battery-powered payment devices and advanced payment platforms. The company won the $1M People's Choice Award at DEMO Fall 2010, four Finovate Best of Show awards, and Best in Show for Personal Electronics at the 2011 International CES show. Dynamics investors include Adams Capital Management and Bain Capital Ventures. For more information, visit www.dynamicsinc.com.

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