Good morning everyone. A few days ago, I wrote Unboxing My CNB City National Crystal Visa Infinite Credit Card: Card Art, Welcome Letter & Brochure. In that post, I mentioned a few of the credit card benefits, but I was surprised to learn that there are tons of card benefits. In this ultimate guide to the CNB City National Crystal Visa Infinite Credit Card benefits, I will go through every single lifestyle (aka travel) benefit and share my thoughts on each benefit. Forewarning, this post is really long and probably really boring, so proceed with caution. Let’s get started by going to the CNB Visa Infinite page and click the Log In button.
Good morning everyone. 2 weeks ago, I visited my local City National Bank (CNB) branch and applied for the City National Crystal Visa Infinite Credit Card. The credit card currently offers 75,000 City National Rewards Points after spending $5,000 in 3 months, plus $250 airline credit per cardmember, unlimited Priority Pass access, the Visa Infinite $100 companion travel discount, and much more. Please check out Frequent Miler’s post and Doctor of Credit’s post to learn more about this credit card.
After waiting more than a week without hearing if I was approved or denied, I called CNB to check the status of my application. I was told that I was approved for the credit card on November 2 and the credit card would arrive soon. 2 days later, I received the credit card via FedEx on November 6. In this post, I will go through the unboxing process, show you my welcome letter, show you the brochure, and where to sign up for online access and to start earning City Nation Rewards Points. But first, here is the card art from the front and back of the City National Crystal Visa Infinite Credit Card. The credit card information is on the back, but when I blacked it out, you cannot see where it used to be.
Good morning everyone, happy Friday! In this post, I will show you how to use your JPMorgan Chase Ritz Carlton Visa Infinite Credit Card to get $100 off round trip domestic flights. Unfortunately, if you have the Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa Infinite Credit Card, you are not eligible for this benefit.
It all started when I was looking for flights down to Orange County for Super Bowl weekend (Sunday, February 5, 2017). United Airlines is/was having a fare sale for SFO-SNA and I found a great round trip flight for $127. My brother (who now lives in the Bay Area – Larkspur to be specific) also wanted to fly down to Orange County that weekend, so I was excited to use the new Visa Infinite Discount Air Benefit.
Good morning everyone, I hope your weekend is off to a great start. This post has been in the works for almost a week. I wanted to document everything that came with the new JPMorgan Chase Ritz Carlton Visa Infinite Credit Card to show everyone exactly what the card looks like and all the items that come inside the welcome packet. First things first, the top 2 images are of the old JPMorgan Chase Ritz Carlton Visa Signature Credit Card that I received in December 2014, when the sign up bonus was 140,000 Ritz Carlton points (basically Marriott Rewards points) and a few other perks. The bottom 2 images are of the new JPMorgan Chase Ritz Carlton Visa Infinite Credit Card. Personally, I like that card art on the old design better because the lion is bigger. Both cards feel and weigh exactly the same. If you have the old card and want the new card, just call the number on the back of your card and request a new Visa Infinite credit card be sent to you.
Good morning everyone. I am sure by this point everyone and their mother has at least one Visa Infinite credit card, right? If you do and you happen to find yourself traveling through Montreal, Vancouver, or Ottawa airport, remember to check out the “Dedicated VIP security fast track lane.” My friend was flying back from Vancouver, Canada, last weekend and he saw a special security line for Visa Infinite cardmembers. He pulled out his new Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card and breezed through security. He said the line was much faster and easier than TSA PreCheck in the United States.
I couldn’t find much information about this benefit, but I stumbled onto visainfinite.ca (Canadian site – no corresponding US site) that is exclusively for “Visa Infinite Privilege cardholders.” Truth be told, I’m not sure if “Visa Infinite Privilege” is the same thing as “Visa Infinite” or if it is a higher, *more privileged* level. Does anyone know?