Bank withdraws Tipperary GAA credit card

Bank of Ireland has informed the Tipperary Supporters Club that, following a review of their policy on all affinity credit card schemes, the Bank has decided to cease issuing Tipperary GAA Credit Cards as well as many of the other Bank of Ireland affinity credit card schemes also.

Bank of Ireland has informed the Tipperary Supporters Club that, following a review of their policy on all affinity credit card schemes, the Bank has decided to cease issuing Tipperary GAA Credit Cards as well as many of the other Bank of Ireland affinity credit card schemes also.

The Bank will be writing individually to each Tipperary Credit Card holder shortly to inform them of this decision and of the options open to those customers.

This is a disappointing decision as the Tipperary Credit Card has generated funds of over €50,000 for hurling in Tipperary and the Card has been very popular with card holders.

The Club would be happy to hear feedback from holders of the Tipperary Credit Card or from other Tipperary supporters about their views and ideas for future activities. In particular, the Club would ask every Tipperary Credit Card holder to provide their name, address and telephone number so that the Club can investigate whether an alternative credit card offer can be put in place from another bank. Please use this email address: info@tippsupportersclub.com