|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|ADIB - Booking.com Infinite Card||Minimum Salary: AED 30,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Cashback: Yes||Annual Fee: AED 2,000||Rate: 3.29%|
Go places with the ADIB Booking.com Infinite Card. Earn & use your points with any airline, any hotel, anywhere! Also enjoy discounts and cashback on flights, fuel, dining, VIP airport lounge access, free valet services and much more.
- 200,000 sign-up reward points
- 10% discount on hotels
- 7% cashback on flights
- 5% cashback on fuel spends
- 7% discount on car rentals
- 3 Reward Points for every dirham spent
- Complimentary Golf round for you and a friend
- Complimentary VIP airport lounge access for you and one companion across 650+ lounges worldwide
- Exclusive dining offers
- Free Valet Parking (4 times / month)
- Complimentary Marhaba Meet & Greet services twice per year at Dubai Airport.
- Complimentary Airport Transfer on arrival from Dubai airport on every spend of AED 4,000 in the last 3 months across airline or hotel bookings
Additional InformationRequired Documents:
- Original and copy of valid passport
- Original and copy of valid Emirates ID
- Bank account statement (last 3 months)
- Salary certificate from current employer (not more than 30 days old)
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