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Bank Name: RBC
Network Type: VISA
Card Type: Personal

Fees

Annual Fee: $399
Additional Card Fee: $99
Purchases Interest Rate: 19.99%
Cash Advance Interest Rate: 21.99%

Eligibility

  • You're a Canadian resident
  • You've reached the age of majority in your province or territory

Recommended Credit Score

Poor / No Credit
Fair / Average
Good / Excellent

RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege

Welcome Bonus: 25,000 welcome points
 
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RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege review 


Start travelling today with 25,000 welcome points

Earn 1.25 RBC Rewards points for every dollar you spend

Enjoy luxury travel benefits and exclusive privileges
RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege Rewards
RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege Features
Priority airport services
Yes
Airport lounge access
Yes
Concierge service
Yes
Balance protection(Optional)
Yes
Purchase Security & Extended Protection Insurance
Yes
Flight delay insurance,Baggage Insurance
Yes
Vehicule rental insurance
Yes
Travel accident insurance
Yes
Travel medical insurance
Yes
RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege User Reviews
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Advantages:



Your points add up quickly and take you far


Earn 1.25 RBC Rewards points for every $1 you spend.

Travel your way, on your schedule

Book flights on any airline, on any flight, at any time.

You can also use your points to redeem for vacation packages, hotels, cruises and tours.

Air travel made better

Enjoy global airport lounge access airport security fast track lanes, and dedicated airport parking at select Canadian airports.

Instant Fuel Savings at Petro-Canada

Link your card and get the following:

Instantly save 3?/L on fuel and always earn 20% more Petro-Point

Always earn 20% more RBC Rewards points

 

Editor`s Review:


The RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege card is designed for top tier travellers who want all of the bells and whistles during their luxurious vacations. New card users obtain 25,000 welcome points and earn 1.25 RBC points on every dollar spent. RBC points can be put towards all future travel expenditures, point redemption is not restricted to airfare only.

 

Travel bookings can be purchased through RBC or transferred to other loyalty programs such as Cathay Pacfic Asia Miles, American Airlines or WestJet among others. If you don’t want to transfer your points to another travel loyalty program, you can also transfer them to Hudson’s Bay Rewards. When you’re on your vacation, RBC provides travel insurance to cover costs related to trip cancellation, medical expenses, hotel or motel burglary and trip interruption along with other coverage.

 

Card holders also benefit from worldwide access to airport lounges, exclusive airport parking at some Canadian airports and fast track lanes for security in select Canadian airports. Redeemed points aren’t limited to travel purposes either. You can also use points to purchase Apple and Best Buy products along with other eligible merchandise. Alternatively, you can use your points to pay down your credit card balance with RBC. Finally, card holders save on gas from Petro Canada, earn more Petro Canada points so long as the cards are linked, can lock their credit card at any time and gain access to exclusive events. RBC wasn’t kidding when they said their card users travel in style!

 

The income requirement for the RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege card is $200,000 annually, either on an individual or household basis. Not only is the minimum income requirement high, but so is the annual fee which is sitting at $399. As you can tell, this credit card is less accessible to the general public than other RBC credit cards.

 

In conclusion, the RBC Avion Visa Infinite Privilege has many advantages, particularly if you like to travel in style and comfort. That being said, this RBC Avion card has a high barrier to entry due to its high annual cost and income restrictions. But, if it’s something you can afford and will get good use out of, then go ahead and apply!

 

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