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Choose a favourite photo you've taken - your pet, a holiday, first baby photo - and we'll turn it into your very own MINT Classic Credit Card.

For a limited time only, personalise your card for free. Be among the first in the UK to own a truly personalised card.

Personalisation is as simple as 1.. 2.. 3..

1. Upload your own design or select a picture from our image library. Resize it, move it, flip it and rotate it until you are happy with the way it looks

2. Submit your image by 31 May 2008 and as long as it meets our image guidelines you'll receive your personalised card within 10 working days for free

3. Impress your friends with your very own personalised card

A personalised card is usually £10, but MINT Classic Credit Card holders get it for free before 31st May 2008

Please note, you will see a £10 charge on your statement, plus a refund of £10.

http://www.mint.co.uk/credit_cards01.asp?page=CARDS/CREDIT_CARDS/PERSONALISE_YOUR_CARD/OFFER1
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#1
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http://www.mint.co.uk/images/home/area_2_3_4_5/cards_personalisation_girl.jpg
#2
so Hodsey, are you Peter Richards? :p
#3
warmapplepie
so Hodsey, are you Peter Richards? :p


Hehe! No... that's just from the website :)

I'm still trying to choose a photo for mine... can't decide between my cats, or my husband, lol!
#4
cats, do you really want to look at your husband every time you hammer the card?
#5
warmapplepie
cats, do you really want to look at your husband every time you hammer the card?


Hehe, you've got a point there ;-)

Cats it is :thumbsup:
#6
Where does it say it's free?
#7
can you have a dirty picture on your card?
#8
where does it say we can get it for free cos the site still says a tenner
#9
Spriggan
Where does it say it's free?

Usha Rocks
where does it say we can get it for free cos the site still says a tenner


Oops! Put the wrong link in the OP... Go to this link - http://www.mint.co.uk/credit_cards01.asp?page=CARDS/CREDIT_CARDS/PERSONALISE_YOUR_CARD/OFFER1

I've updated the Original Post now... sorry about that!
#10
Can't understand how ppl are voting cold here. Took up the offer and it looks fantastic. Obviously the cold voters are in too much of a hurry to leave a comment as to why like.
#11
Shuggy7
Can't understand how ppl are voting cold here. Took up the offer and it looks fantastic. Obviously the cold voters are in too much of a hurry to leave a comment as to why like.


Each to their own... didn't think it would be hot, this one - people without Mint cards are probably voting cold.

Glad you think it's a good deal, though, Shuggy... I still can't find a good enough photo, hehe! :thumbsup:
#12
monkeybrains
can you have a dirty picture on your card?


what like a picture of you wife with mud in her!?;-)
#13
monkeybrains
can you have a dirty picture on your card?


These are the rules for your image:

Mint Website

Mint may reject images that contain or comprise of the following:


[LIST]
[*]an image of, or the name or nickname of, a celebrity, a film star, a pop star, a sportsperson (e.g. a footballer), a member of the Royal Family, or other famous person;
[*]any image or any text protected by copyright where you are not the owner of the copyright, e.g. a still from a movie or a cartoon;
[*]an image of an individual unless you have the consent of that individual, e.g. a photograph of one of your friends where your friend has not agreed that their picture can appear on your Card;
[*]an image of a child unless you have the consent of a parent or guardian of the child;
[*]a trade mark, a logo, a marketing slogan, a company name, a trading name, a brand name, any marketing material or an image of branded goods/services, e.g. the name of a band or a symbol or design used by a band on all of their t-shirts and album covers;
[*]contact information, e.g. telephone numbers, addresses, website and e-mail addresses;
[*]offensive material, e.g. images or descriptions of violence or cruelty or antisocial behaviour, profanities (swear words) or obscenities;
[*]images of nudity or semi-nudity or text about sexual behaviour or orientation;
[*]an image of or text about tobacco, alcohol, drugs, or any form of betting/gambling;
[*]an image of or text about weapons, or any terrorist or illegal groups;
[*]an image of or text about a financial product or service;
[*]a reference to a political group or party or trade union or a charity; or
[*]any other image which Mint decides is unsuitable for use on your Card.
[/LIST]


So I'm thinking, no... :thumbsup:
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Rep coming your way....

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