Carry Notre Dame with you in your wallet with the Notre Dame® BankAmericard® Rewards Visa® card or the BankAmericard Cash Rewards™ Visa card from Bank of America! The only cards that allow you to support the University and reward yourself at the same time.
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For more information or to sign up, apply online or call 1-800-932-2775 and mention priority code VAB6ZJ. For a limited time, you can earn a $100 cash rewards bonus after you make at least $500 in purchases within the first 90 days.
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