|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|The Saudi Investment Bank - Visa Signature Credit Card||Minimum Salary: SAR 0||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: Yes||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: SAR 700||Rate: 1.9%|
Your Visa Signature Credit Card from The Saudi Investment Bank pampers you with hand-picked privileges. A card that is up to every task, offering you an enhanced spending power, a high level of benefits, priority customer service, extended warranty coverage, in addition to exclusive benefits not found anywhere else. A card specially designed to exceed your expectations every time.
- Shariah Compliant
- Globally accepted
- Free supplementary cards for all your family members
- Global airport lounge access
- Global Concierge Service
- Travel Insurance
- International Medical and Travel Assistance
- Luxurious lifestyle
- Instant cash
- Easy Payment Plan - 0% profit rate
- SADAD utility bill payment
- Online access to view your card account
- Extended Warranty
- Purchase Protection
- Offers at a collection of luxury hotels and restaurants
- Avail of “Aseel” program discounts
- WooW points for every transaction
- Chip-and-PIN card safety feature
- Customer’s age must range between 18-65 years
- Customer must have an account with SAIB
- Customer must be employed, self-employed, retired, or average balance accountholders
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