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American Express Centurion Credit Card

American Express Centurion Credit Card

 

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  • Credit Needed Exceptional
  • Annual Fee $2,500 with an initiation fee of $7,500
  • Late Payment Fee $37
  • Returned Payment Fee $37
  • Foreign Exchange Fee None

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  • This card is invitation-only, and as such it is impossible to know exactly what benefits you get with it.
  • Some rumored benefits are: access to a personal concierge and travel agent, elite status at various hotel chains, elite status on various airlines, access to Centurion airport lounges, access to premium car rentals 

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Legend has it that this rather secretive plastic is really made from durable titanium. Whatever it’s made of, the benefits and VIP amenities are solid gold.

Expert Reviews of the American Express Centurion Credit Card

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The Bottom Line

For those who spend extraordinary amounts of money and want a credit card that matches their super-affluent lifestyle, this may be the one – despite the uncommon and pricey initiation charge and annual fee.

The Good

There are no foreign transaction fees, but that’s not even a drop in the ocean of the value associated with this top-drawer card. Unfortunately for outsiders, Amex is very guarded about revealing the actual amenities and VIP perks that come with card membership. But usually with these high-flying status symbol cards the benefits include your own personal concierge service and the ability to earn fabulous rewards and be treated to VIP discounts and upgrades on luxury lodging and travel – including on private jets.

The Not So Good

There is a $7,500 “initiation fee” for new cardholders, plus a recurring $2,500 annual membership fee. 

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