Emirates Citi Platinum Card (Credit Card)Mastercard
There are more than a few perks that come with the Emirates Citi Plantinum Card. Enjoy the 6 month introductory interest rate at 2.99%p.a. and and 3 skywards miles per dollar spent up to 25,000 skywards miles.
Location: Australia
1.You get an introductory rate of 2.9% p.a. for 12 months.
2.With a maximum credit limit of $100,000 you will have access to more than enough credit.
3.You are entitled to lots of benefits such as a chauffer driven trip to the airport and a complimentary lounge pass.
4.Redeem your earned points on Skyward Miles.
5.You get complimentary access to the Marhaba Airport Lounge in Dubaiwith your card.
1.This card holds a $229 yearly fee.
2.You must have an income of $50,000 or over to apply.
3.You will not be accepted if you are not over 18.
4.You will nto be accepted if you are under the age of 18.
5.You must have a good credit rating.
Why not make use of the chauffeur service or the complimentary lounge pass?

APR: 2o.99% p.a.
Credit Limit: Up to $100,000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: No
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $229
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 21.24% p.a.
Balance Transfer: 2.99%p.a. (6 months) 21.24% p.a
New Purchase: 20.74% p.a.

Rewards: Pick between a variety of rewards from the great Citi Miles Programme to the Citi World Privileges package where you can get up to 25% off.
Emirates Citi Platinum Card (Which Way To Pay - 27/10/2010)
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