The Flye Card’s price is not publicly available. The card has not yet been released to the public. It is currently available only to “Independent Representatives” of WorldVentures Marketing, the firm credited with developing the FlyeCard technology. WorldVentures recently completed an extended beta testing program in preparation for its public launch. WorldVentures has not yet announced a specific launch date.
In order to become an independent representative and get the Flye Card, you’ll need to enroll in the WorldVentures Travel Membership Club ($199 starting fee + $21+ monthly fee). Plus, you need to sign up 1-2 other members yourself, which means getting yourself entangled in multi-level marketing. It likely won’t be worth your while.
The Flye Card is not really a credit card; it’s a Bluetooth smart card the size of a regular credit card. You use it by downloading the Flye Card app to your mobile device, turning on the card, and connecting the card to your phone via Bluetooth. Once connected, you’ll be able to scan and load the information of up to 10 credit and debit cards onto the Flye card. You can then use the Flye Card to make purchases with any of your stored payment methods. You will need to create a four-digit PIN in order to lock and unlock your stored cards. The technology is similar to the Fuze Card, which is available to the general public for about $180.
The Flye Card’s price should be announced on the company’s website once it’s finalized.
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