If you are follower of many entertainment stars or sports personalities on twitter, you may have heard a few people talking about the EA Triple A card – or the EA Black Card as some people call it. The smart people at Electronic Arts have created a members only club that allows the rich, famous or just darn well connected special privileges through triple-a.ea.com. As you can imagine, not alot on that URL, and whatever you click you are asked for your username and password.

EA Triple A: Whats that all about?

If you are follower of many entertainment stars or sports personalities on twitter, you may have heard a few people talking about the EA Triple A card – or the EA Black Card as some people call it. The smart people at Electronic Arts have created a members only club that allows the rich, famous or just darn well connected special privileges through triple-a.ea.com. As you can imagine, not alot on that URL, and whatever you click you are asked for your username and password.

A reliable source (we know someone with their mits on one) has informed AJB that it allows the card owner access to free EA games for life, from their extensive back catalougue AND it includes all new releases. Much like the infamous Nando’s black card, the companies themselves are being quite tight lipped on the subject. However where the chicken card owners have kept very quiet on social networking sites. Music Stars Tinie Tempah & Labrinth, cricketer Stuart Broad, footballers Shaun Wright-Phillips & Anton Ferdinand and rugby player Ben Youngs have all tweeted photos of their EA Triple A card quite recently.

Have you seen one in the flesh? Perhaps even have your grubby mits on one? Let us know on Twitter, Facebook or even Google +. And EA, when you find this in your Google Alerts, don’t forget to spread the love….

*pictures from twitter.

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