Leveraging its partnership with the NFL and ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl game in Los Angeles, Visa unveiled its plan to support small and mid-sized business owners in the LA area, around the country, and Canada with a Super Bowl Weekend-only offer valued at $10,000 per business.
Visa is waiving fees to Authorize.Net, its third-party payment platform for small businesses. For new customers who sign-up on February 12 and 13th, Authorize.net will waive the monthly gateway fee for the life of an account and waive transactional fees for the customer’s first 100,000 transactions. The idea is to help small businesses in the U.S. and Canada kick off their digital payment journey.
The offer is valued at over $10,000 per business, which is crucial money they can use to invest in other parts of their companies. There is increased consumer demand for e-commerce and digital payment options, and small businesses need to meet those needs. By taking advantage of this weekend’s offer, you can eliminate or reduce some of the costs.
This is vital for small business survival. A recent report from Visa shows that 90% of the small businesses surveyed with an online presence attributed surviving the pandemic to their increased efforts to sell online.
You can read more about the offer here.
And, I have to add, as a southern Californian, Go Rams!