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Card Details

Bank Name: RBC
Network Type: Mastercard
Card Type: Personal
MRC Rating : (4)

Fees

Annual Fee: $120
Additional Card Fee: $50
Purchases Interest Rate: 19.99%
Cash Advance Interest Rate: 22.99%

Eligibility

Personal Income Required: $60000
Household Income Required: $100000
  • You're a Canadian resident
  • You've reached the age of majority in your province or territory

Recommended Credit Score

Average to Excellent (670-900)

RBC Visa Infinite Avion Review

Welcome Bonus: 15,000 welcome points
 
RBC Visa Infinite Avion snapshot

Start flying today with 15,000 welcome points

Earn 1 RBC Rewards point for every dollar you spend

No blackout periods or seat restrictions - ever!

RBC Visa Infinite Avion Rewards
RBC Visa Infinite Avion Features
Priority airport services
No
Airport lounge access
No
Concierge service
No
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 Visa Infinite Avion User Reviews
Total Reviews: 0

Rating: 1 2 3 4 5 ( 4 )

Application Experience: 1 2 3 4 5

Rewards/Features: 1 2 3 4 5

Customer Service: 1 2 3 4 5

Convenience: 1 2 3 4 5

Likelihood to recommend: 1 2 3 4 5

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Advantages:

Earning is easy Earn 1 RBC Rewards point for every $1 you spend, plus an extra 25% on eligible travel related purchases.

Choose any airline, any flight, any time No blackouts or seat restrictions.

If there's an open seat, you can fly- even during peak seasons.

Travel anywhere you want to go Take a look at our Air Travel Redemption Schedule to see how may points you need.

Flights start as low as 15,000 RBC Rewards points Extensive insurance coverage With trip cancellation, emergency medical and protection for your trip, hotel and rental car insurance, even your eligible purchases get protection
 

Editor`s Review:

The feature that attracts customers to this credit card the most is the flexible travel points redemption policy. Not only are points redeemable on flights, they can be redeemed on other eligible merchandise purchases or put towards paying down your card balance. Points can also be transferred from RBC to other rewards programs such as British Airways, WestJet, American Airlines or Cathay Pacfic Asia Miles loyalty programs. Another added bonus is when you’re booking flights, there are no black out periods or seat restrictions - ever!

 

When you make travel purchases, including, but not limited to, airfare, accommodations, cruises, tours and car rental purchases, you earn 1.25 points per dollar spent. On all other purchases, one point is earned for every dollar spent. Cardholders also benefit from travel insurance and are covered for items such as trip disruption, medical expenses, trip cancellation and hotel or motel burglary insurance, among others.

 

Other miscellaneous features of this credit card include shopping insurance, savings on gas from Petro Canada, additional Petro Canada point earnings when cards are linked, access to exclusive events and ability to lock the credit card at any time.

 

To receive all these benefits, an annual fee of $120 is required. The points to dollars ratio is subpar and there are little opportunities to enhance point earnings. Also, RBC is one of the greatest banks in Canada, but it is very traditional and rigid with their lending requirements. For individuals who don’t fit those requirements, this can be a challenging card to obtain and manage. Finally, if you aren’t willing to spend a lot to earn a lot, and don’t travel frequently, this card may not be right for you.

 

The RBC Avion Visa Infinite is an optimal choice for consumers who use their credit card for the bulk of their purchases and will be able to reap the travel benefits. Even if you don’t take advantage of all the travel benefits, rewards can be used towards paying down your balance or purchasing other merchandise. If you choose to proceed with this credit card, you’ll receive 15,000 points from RBC as a welcoming bonus!

 

The RBC Avion Visa Infinite has a close cousin, the RBC Avion Visa Platinum. The main difference between the two is the Infinite card has a minimum income requirement whereas the Platinum does not. If you don’t meet the minimum requirements of the RBC Avion Visa Infinite, you can still get the same benefits with the RBC Avion Visa Platinum!

 

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