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|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|Mashreq Bank - sMiles Credit Card||Minimum Salary: AED 5,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: AED 315||Rate: 3.45%|
Enjoy up to 30,000 'sMiles' when you pay the fee and spend on your Card
- Get 10,000 sMiles on paying the annual fee of AED 300
- Get 10,000 sMiles when you spend AED 5000 in the first 30 days of receiving your card
- Get 10,000 sMiles when you spend AED 40,000 in the first 12 months of card membership
- Lounge Access
Enjoy unlimited complimentary access to Marhaba Lounges at Dubai International Airport (Terminal 1,2 and 3), DWC – Al Maktoum International Airport & at Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan & KSA.
- Priceless Arabia (by MasterCard)
Enjoy 'priceless' experiences in your favourite Arabian cities with your Mashreq sMiles Titanium MasterCard.
- Dining Benefits
Enjoy the widest selection of cuisines and exclusive discounts of up to 30% at over 1,800 restaurants in the UAE and 1,300 in Qatar, Oman & India with Mashreq Flavours.
- Travel Worry-Free
Your Mashreq sMiles Card lets you travel with complete peace of mind with complimentary multi-trip travel insurance and fraud protection.
- Balance Transfer
- Easy Cash
- Easy payment plans
- Payment Flexibility
- Chip and Pin technology
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