Visa and MasterCard Combined Logos

Free Visa & MasterCard logo combinations to use on your website…just copy & paste the HTML code!

INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the Visa/MasterCard combined logo you want 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-Mastercard-102*32.gif

Visa-Mastercard-102*32.gif

Visa-Mastercard-174*226.jpg

Visa-Mastercard-174*226.jpg

Visa-Mastercard-116*32.gif

Visa-Mastercard-116*32.gif

Mastercard-Visa-104*133.gif

Mastercard-Visa-104*133.gif

Visa-Mastercard-166*50.gif

Visa-Mastercard-166*50.gif

Mastercard-Visa-60*78.gif

Mastercard-Visa-60*78.gif

More About Visa and MasterCard Combined Logos

 

Visa and MasterCard are, without a doubt, the most recognized credit cards. Statistics from the Nilson Report show that these two credit card brands account for $70 out of every $100 in purchases made on any credit card. This highlights the necessity for merchants to accept Visa and MasterCard as methods of payment even if they don’t accept other credit cards.

 

Because many merchants choose to accept only Visa and MasterCard, we offer coding with just these two logos on it. This makes it easy for online merchants to copy and paste one set of HTML code into their website so that both logos will appear.

 

Visa’s logo has only changed once in its history, and the old logo is still seen in many places. The old logo featured the blue Visa name with a thick blue line across the top and a thick yellow line underneath it. The new logo features the blue Visa name with a yellow flick across the top left-hand corner of the V.

 

The MasterCard logo has evolved through the years, although it has remained true to the well-recognized red and yellow overlapping circles which have been the basis for its various logos through the years.

 

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