Visa Logos, Images, & Icons

World’s Largest Collection: Over 50 Visa Logos, Images, & Icons!

INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the Visa credit card logo you like to see it’s full size, copy the code in box to the right (right click in Windows, or hit ‘CTRL-C’), then paste the code into your web page source code. Easy and free! TIP: add the HTML code to the top of your web page to let visitors know right away that you accept credit cards.

TERMS: You may use the code ONLY if it remains unchanged in it’s entirety. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of it’s use. Images may not be copied.

Visa logo-67*42.gif

Visa logo-67*42.gif

Visa logo-100*62.gif

Visa logo-100*62.gif

Visa logo-180*133.gif

Visa logo-180*133.gif

Visa logo-133*77.jpg

Visa logo-133*77.jpg

Visa Travelmoney chip-160*101.gif

Visa Travelmoney chip-160*101.gif

Visa Travelmoney-160*101.gif

Visa Travelmoney-160*101.gif

More About Visa Credit Card Logos:

 

Visa facilitates the electronic transfer of funds all over the world. The Visa image icon that’s currently in use features blue block letters in all caps with a bit of yellow on the first part of the V. The company’s past logo featured the Visa name in blue block letters with a thick blue panel above the letters and a thick yellow panel below them. That logo was retired in 2006, although many merchants still display it, and customers often don’t even realize that it has been changed. In fact, the logo change that occurred in 2006 was the first in the history of the Visa brand name.

 

The blue and gold colors in the Visa logo were chosen to reflect California’s blue skies and golden hills. Today Visa is headquartered in California, and the company was originally part of Bank of America, which was also located in California during Visa’s earliest days. Visa was initially the BankAmericard credit card program, and it started with 60,000 credit cards being mailed out to consumers. In 1970 Bank of America separated from Visa, and then Visa brought several of its payment networks together to create the Visa brand name in 1976 when the initial Visa logo was released.

 

To use the code for the Visa logos on this site, just copy and paste them into your website’s coding.

 

2 Responses

  1. gethits says:

    Very helpful using copy & paste code for credit card logos…

  2. John says:

    Nice logo site!

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