Unveiling the new Ritz-Carlton Credit Card

The Ritz-Carlton is taking its “recognition” over “rewards” policy one step further with the unveiling of the first ever Ritz-Carlton Credit Card. The company together with J.P. Morgan has launched this new initiative; their first rewards program aimed at their value-minded luxury customers. Card members will enjoy benefits at Ritz-Carlton hotels, including upgrades to the Club Level for 3 stays per year; complimentary hotel experiences such as dining, spa and recreational activities (valued at $100); and Gold Elite status in The Ritz-Carlton Rewards program. Other world-class travel features include J.P. Morgan Premier Concierge Service, complimentary airport lounge access, and up to a $200 airline incidental credit annually.The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card has an annual fee of $395 but has no foreign transaction fees and will provide Card members with the same level of exceptional service, access and value whether they are home or halfway around the world.

Card members will also earn Ritz-Carlton Rewards points with every purchase. That is 5 Ritz-Carlton Rewards points per $1 spent at The Ritz-Carlton hotels, 2 Ritz-Carlton Rewards points per $1 spent on qualifying airfare, car rentals and dining and 1 Ritz-Carlton Rewards point per $1 spent on all other card purchases.
For more information or to apply for a new card, visit www.ritzcarltonrewardscard.com

[Luxury Travel Magazine]

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