The logo of the fictional Star Wars universe was used on a variety of cards before the movie franchise was revived in 2005.
Credit cards have since been redesigned to remove the Star Trek logo.
The logo, also known as the Star Destroyer logo, was created in 1977 to make the Star wars universe appear more realistic and to make cardholders feel more like real people.
However, the logo has since been changed to Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Star Destroyer symbol.
Star Wars cards now use the Star Destroyers logo in lieu of the original design.
“It’s a little bit like when you’re on the train and you see a lot of lights, and you say, ‘Well, where are the lights?
Are they there?’
The answer is no.
They’re not,” said Michael McKeown, vice president of marketing and marketing for MasterCard.
“So when people see that they’re seeing the Star destroyer logo, they think, ‘Oh, I see what you did there.'”
MasterCard said it’s not possible to remove Star Destroyer logos from credit cards as it’s embedded in the card.
Credit card issuers, however, can make changes to their logos.
“Credit cards can change the Star Star Destroyer Logo,” said McKeon.
“That is a design change that the issuer makes to reflect the brand and the image of the card.”
If you don’t have a Star Wars credit card, you can get the original logo, and it’s also available for other companies.
If you do, though, you’ll need to buy a new card.