|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|American Express - Gold Card||Minimum Salary: JOD 2,800||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: JOD 124||Rate: 2.99%|
The American Express Gold Card is a charge Card, not a credit Card. Unlike a credit Card, the American Express Card has No Pre-set Spending Limit. You can spend as much as you have shown us you can afford. This makes the Card ideal for shopping, dining, travel and entertainment.
- Redeem Membership Rewards Points for Emirates Skyward Miles and Etihad Guest Miles
- Exclusive offers on travel, leisure, dining and premium shopping
- Access to Airport Lounges across the Middle East
- Complimentary Travel Accident and Inconvenience Insurance
- Complimentary Retail Protection Insurance
- Worldwide Customer Care
- You will always earn 1 full Membership Rewards Point for every USD 1 of spends. Points never expire and can be redeemed for complimentary flights and upgrades with 12 airline partners, including Emirates and Etihad. Points can also be redeemed for complimentary hotel nights, shopping vouchers, electronics, fashion accessories, and much more.
- Emirates Skywards Miles
- Etihad Guest Miles
- Flying Blue Miles
- Asia Miles
- British Airways Avios
- Delta SkyMiles
- Gulf Air Falcon Flyer Miles
- Iberia Avios
- Qatar Airways QMiles
- Royal Plus Miles
- Oman Air Sindbad Miles
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