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The American Express Black Card

What is the American Express Black Card?

The American Express Centurion Card or more commonly known as The American Express Black card or Amex Black Card is widely known as one of the most difficult credit cards to obtain and is only accessible by some of the World’s most elite such as rappers ,actors, business-persons and entrepreneurs. it is used by these elites in order to purchase certain luxury items and get access to luxurious services. The Black card is a very prized possession within the celebrity community. The perks and benefits of the Black Card are pretty amazing but , however they do compare to the Platinum card in some ways even though the Platinum card has way less fees attached to it. Unlike normal credit cards the American Express Black Card is a charge card, which means you would have to pay your card charges at the end of every month.

How Can You Get an American Express Black Card?

  • Use other Amex cards
  • Be an active card holder for at least a year
  • Charge at least $250,000USD per year to your account

These are just the the things that make you eligible for an invite. It costs a whooping $10,000 USD for the initiation fee alone and another $5,000 USD in annual charges for The Black Card.

Benefits

  • $1,000 USD in Saks Fifth Avenue Credits which releases $250 USD every quarter in credits or adds to your account
  • Equinox Destination membership valued at $2,500 USD (An elite gym membership)
  • Clear Airport Membership (less security checks and hassle while at the airport) $250 USD value
  • Personal Concierge service

Conclusion

The Black Card is one of the most elite credit cards in modern history and though expensive, it’s luxury status allows you to do a majority of things that you would otherwise not be able to do without it. Their customer service is second to none in the industry and they go the extra mile in order to make sure disputes and matters related to credit charges , money back and return charges are corrected on your behalf.

Written by odanemorgan

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