|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|ADCB - Etihad Guest Infinite Credit Card||Minimum Salary: AED 40,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: AED 0||Rate: 3.69%|
A wonderful journey lies ahead
Limited Period Welcome offer till 5th September 2023: 150,000 promotional miles for UAE Nationals, 120,000 promotional miles for expats. Minimum spend required AED 75,000
- Up to 3 Etihad Guest Miles per 1 USD
- Up to 4 class upgrade vouchers
- 1 Etihad Tier Mile per 1 USD
- 5,000 monthly bonus Etihad Guest Miles
- Transactions exceeding the assigned credit limit of the card will not be entitled to earn Etihad Guest Miles during the month.
- Tier Miles will be capped at a maximum of 50,000 tier miles in a calendar year.
- An annual fee of AED 2,625 (inclusive of VAT) is applicable. ADCB Excellency customers will receive 50% discount on the annual fees.
- Revised Etihad Guest Miles earn rate
- Welcome Bonus Miles
- Etihad Guest Miles on all purchases
- Etihad Guest Miles monthly bonus
- Tier Miles on purchases
- Interest-Free Days
- Mobile App and Internet Banking
- Convenient payment options
- Set up Auto Debit Instructions
- Interest free balance transfers
- Credit Card Loan
- Balance Transfer
- Instalment Payment Plans
- 0% interest on School Fee Payments
- Minimum salary of AED 40,000
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