|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|SAB Qitaf Platinum Mastercard Credit Card||Minimum Salary: SAR 5,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: SAR 517.5||Rate: 3%|
Enjoy more STC Qitaf points and exclusive benefits along with many features to make your card usage highly rewarding.
With your SAB Qitaf Mastercard Credit Card, you’ll enjoy
- No Card Annual Fee for the First Year
- Qitaf Points On Everyday Spend
- 1 Qitaf point for every SR 10 spent internationally.
- 1 Qitaf point for every SR 20 spent locally.
- Upgrade to Tamayouz Gold
- Tamayuz membership is activated upon spend of SR 5,000 within first 3 months.
- Tamayuz membership includes Free Data/Minutes, Discounts & Priority Service. (Valid for One year only, and is subject to the Qitaf Terms & Conditions).
- Anniversary Bonus of 1,000 Qitaf Points at the end of each year, provided that your card is active and in use
Note: Qitaf points are awarded for spend on card at POS and online transactions. Cash withdrawals and SADAD payments are not included.
-Free Airport Lounge access
-Free SAB Credit Protection
-Exclusive Offers and Discounts
-Utility Bill Payments
-Information about the Supplementary Card
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