What kind of benefits can i get from an Infinite Card?
Enjoy exclusive access to a hand-selected portfolio of over 900 of the world’s most intriguing and prestigious hotels, villas, resorts chosen expressly for Visa Infinite® cardholders.
From shopping and spas to car rentals and cruises, enjoy special benefits and discounts
Medical & Legal Referral: Free worldwide medical and legal advice
A range of golf, travel, lifestyle, entertainment and private club access privileges that the whole family will appreciate.
From travel bookings and restaurant reservations to shopping, your life becomes a whole lot easier with our Concierge Service there to support you.
Dine with some of the biggest names in the food and wine industry in a private, sophisticated setting
Lounge Key so you can enjoy access to over 850 VIP airport lounges in over 300 cities worldwide.
Multi-trip travel insurance: cover protects you for international for up to 90 days’ duration when you use your Visa Infinite card to pay for your journey.
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