Openbank Reading Club Card by Vanity Fair

A 100% recycled PVC card for book lovers

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Openbank Reading Club Card by Vanity Fair
Monthly recommendations, podcasts, interviews and exclusive events with authors.
No need to change banks
All you need to do is link the card to the account of your choice at your current bank.
Turn on travel benefits
Turn on your subscription for €4.99/month to enjoy the benefits and turn it off whenever you want.
Get a free book journal as a welcome gift!
Keep a detailed and orderly log of all the books you read thanks to your book journal.

No need to change banks

Forget the hassle!
  • All you need to do is link your credit card to the account you hold at your current bank.
  • Apply for it online whenever1 and wherever you want with free issuance (0% annual NIR, 0% APR2).
  • As an Openbank customer, you can take advantage of these benefits: Open Discounts, pay with your mobile or sports watch3, Financial Aggregator, Expense Categorisation, etc.

Enjoy the subscription travel benefits

Turn the benefits on for just €4.99/month and turn them off whenever you want to cancel the renewal for the following month. Enjoy the benefits wherever you go!Find out more

Your lifestyle in a card

But wait, there’s more!Find out more

1 Bear in mind that card approval is subject to a risk analysis.

2 0% annual NIR, 0% APR. Representative example of €1,500 drawn with lump sum payment at the end of the month: 0% NIR; 0% APR; Total amount borrowed: €1,500. Total amount owed: €1,500. Total cost of credit: €0. Card issuance fee: €0. The APR may vary depending on the repayment method selected: financed payment in fixed or variable instalments (revolving credit) or financed purchase for at least €30 over 2 to 36 months. For further information on the conditions of other repayment methods, visit

3 You will need to activate the NFC feature to use this service on an Android device.

4 Visa may apply a margin to the European Central Bank reference rate.

Insurance arranged with Zurich Insurance PLC, Sucursal en España.

6 Representative example for a purchase of €200 settled one month later: annual NIR: 0%; APR: 0%. Monthly repayment: €200. Total amount owed: €200. Total amount borrowed: €200. Total interests: €0. French amortisation schedule.

7 Representative example for a financed purchase of €200 made on 1st of the month, with the regular payment option and 3 fixed monthly instalments, on the assumption that there are no further drawdowns during that period or any breach of the terms and conditions of the agreement: 14.00% annual NIR; 14.93% APR; 2 instalments of €68.23 and a final instalment of €68.22. Total amount borrowed: €200. Total amount owed: €204.68. Total cost of credit: €4.68. The APR and the total amount to be paid are calculated on the assumption that the agreement will remain in force for the entire term and that the parties will meet their obligations under the agreed terms and conditions and repayment deadlines. French amortization schedule. Therefore, for this specific example, the cash purchase price would be €200 and the total amount to be repaid in instalments would be €204.68.


This is what you’ll need during the application process, so have it to hand:

ID document
Device with camera and microphone
Proof of income

Need more information? Call us on 91 177 33 37 or 900 22 32 42 at any time, any day.

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