Luxury Card has rolled out three new metal MasterCards – the top-tier MasterCard Gold card, the mid-level MasterCard Black card and the base-level MasterCard Titanium card. People can earn up to 50,000 points as a sign-up bonus with these cards, as well as access a variety of other perks, including double points when booking airfare.
The cards come in three kinds of metal – brushed steel for the Titanium card, stainless steel for the Black card, and of course gold-plated for the Gold card. Each one also comes with its own bonus point structure.
People with the Gold card can earn the 50,000 points with a $3,000 spend over the first three months. While individuals with the Black Card net 25,000 bonus points with a $1,500 spend. Titanium cardholders score 10,000 points when spending $1,000.
Cash Back and More
All Cardholders can earn cash back as a statement credit. The amount varies based upon the card they have in their wallet with the Titanium card earning 1%, the Black card 1.5% and the Gold card earning 2% cash back.
All cardholders get access to Luxury Card Concierge, a dedicated 24/7 concierge service, VIP Hotel & Travel Program and their members-only Luxury Magazine.
There is an annual fee for these cards, and they vary depending upon the card:
• Titanium card – $195
• Black card – $495
• Gold card – $995
All cards come with EMV-based technology to increase security at the register.
Taking the sting out of travel
Gold cardholders get a $200 annual credit for airline purchases, whether that means paying for a checked bag or grabbing some in-flight food. Black Card holders get $100 to spend on these purchases. The credit is automatically applied to people’s accounts.
People with both cards also get a $100 Global Entry Application Fee Credit to take the sting out of applying.
“All Luxury Card products are designed to ensure a customer-centric, stress-free experience. It starts with our newly designed website and permeates through all of our services. We are dedicated to offering cardmembers exceptional benefits and value,” said Marina Kissam, Director of Customer Experience of Luxury Card.
More information about the cards is available via the website.