|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|Dubai Islamic Bank - Al Islami Platinum Credit Card||Minimum Salary: AED 15,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: Yes||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: AED 0||Rate: 0%|
With double the rewards and additional security, some lifestyle choices deserve the Platinum treatment. We present the card that keeps on giving!
Get immediate access to the DIB loyalty program – Wala’a Rewards and start saving from day one! Earn 4.0 Wala’a Rewards for every AED 1 spent on all retail spends and then redeem the Rewards for flight tickets, hotel stays, retail purchases, bill payments and plenty more.
Get used to stress-free shopping with the card that gives you the added advantage of in-bult theft and damage protection, locally and all over the world.
- The Purchase Protection feature is already built into your Platinum Card.
- Purchases made on your Platinum card are automatically covered for 60 days, at a rate of USD 3,000 per occurrence.
Credit Shield Takaful
For a fee of 0.89% of the card outstanding, the Credit Shield Takaful feature covers the unfortunate events of death, total disability or loss of employment, taking care of your card outstanding at such a time. Maximum coverage is as follows:
- Involuntary loss of employment - AED 30,000
- Permanent Total Disability - AED 200,000
- Death - AED 200,000
One additional roadside assistance will be provided on a charge of the Upgrade fee. Max cap of 3 services per year.
- Wala'a Rewards
- Purchase Protection
- Credit Shield Takaful
- Roadside Assistance
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