|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|Emirates Islamic - Emarati Credit Card||Minimum Salary: AED 12,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: Yes||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: AED 0||Rate: 3.39%|
- Exclusive Metal Card designed for Emarati No Annual Membership Fee.
- EI SmartMiles rewards programme Up to 3.75 EI SmartMiles per 1 AED spend.
- Enjoy a Complimentary Access to Dubai Ladies Club.
- 2 valet parking service per month.
- Preferential Pricing
- Instant Purchase
- Gift EI SmartMiles
- Welcome bonus of 10,000 EI SmartMiles.
- Miles Exchange
- Travel over 300 airlines and more than 180,000 hotels worldwide
- Unlimited complimentary access to over 1000 airport lounges worldwide
- Online Market Place
- Exclusive Metal Card designed for Emarati
- Global Concierge
- Multi-trip travel insurance
- Enjoy 15% off on Emaar Entertainment Attractions
- Extended Warranty
- Purchase Protection
- Supplementary Card
- Cash-on-Call and Cash Advance facility
- Balance Transfer
- Meet & Greet Silver Service
- Visa Luxury Hotel Collection
- Payments on-the-go
- Complimentary Reel Cinemas Movie Tickets: Enjoy up to 3 "Buy 1 Get 1" complimentary movie tickets each month
You need to be a UAE national and require a minimum salary of AED 15,000 per month to be eligible for this card.
To apply for this credit card is fairly simple. All you need to do is fill the online form and provide the documents listed below:
- Passport Copy
- Emirates ID
- Salary Certificate
- 3 month bank statement
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