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What privileges and incentives can be accessed with the CIMB Visa Infinite?

I am a frequent traveller looking to get an additional card with good deals and incentives, what is your take on CIMB Visa Infinite, I don’t have much time to do in-depth research.

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    Reserved for a select few, the CIMB Visa Infinite features infinite privileges indeed from travel bookings to spending overseas during your trip with a 2% cashback. Even more exciting maybe is the 2% cashback you earn when you spend online as well in foreign currencies and 1% on all other spends. The CIMB Visa Infinite offers a complimentary DragonPass membership account via CIMB Airport Companion Programme and Visa Infinite Concierge service with access to over 1,000 airport lounges globally and up to 3 complimentary lounge visits annually per Principal Card member, with discounts of up to 25% at selected dining outlets in airports worldwide, a 5% discount when you book an Airport Limousine transfer, available in 300 cities and a 5% discount on Meet & Greet services, available at 120 airports worldwide. It just goes on and on but as you are a frequent traveller, if you have work or plan a getaway around Indonesia or Malaysia, you can enjoy CIMB Deals & Discounts in an exclusive network of over 1,000 partners across dining, retail and lifestyle outlets with your CIMB Visa Infinite.

    2019.08.01 6:31

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