[Rumor] Bank of America Elite Visa Infinite Card

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by JC1812

Key details:

$550 Annual Fee (Matches Chase Sapphire Reserve, seems like it’s going to be a competition with Chase)

Up to $150 annually in statement credits for lifestyle conveniences, including streaming services, food delivery, fitness subscriptions and rideshare services.

Up to $300 annually in Airline Incidental Statement Credits for qualifying purchases like seat upgrades, baggage fees, in-flight services and airline lounge fees.

20% savings on domestic and international airfare for any class when paying with points through the Bank of America Travel Center or concierge.

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Up to $100 in statement credits for Global Entry or TSA PreCheck® application fees (every four years).

Card earnings:

2 points for every dollar on travel and dining purchases

1.5 points per dollar on all other purchases

Preferred Rewards members earn 25% – 75% more points on every purchase. This means clients could earn up to 3.5 points on travel and dining purchases, and up to 2.62 points on all other purchases, for every $1 they spend.

No foreign transaction fees

Free unlimited access to airport lounges worldwide with complimentary Priority Pass Select Membership.

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We don’t have any details on the sign up bonus yet.

Release Date: November 22nd 2021

My thoughts: it’s going to be a competition with the Chase Sapphire Reserve, Considering the fact that the travel credit is better on the Chase sapphire reserve.

The Rumor card has a $100 effective annual fee and more credits to be used. The card also has a lower earning (Reward) rate and shares the same Visa infinite benefits.

Source: www.doctorofcredit.com/bank-of-america-elite-visa-infinite-card-coming-in-november-550-annual-fee-300-airline-incidental-150-lifestyle-credits-more/amp/


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