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Centurion® Card from American Express

Centurion® Card from American Express review

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Annual Fee
$5,000.00
Interest Rate: Purchases
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Interest Rate: Purchases
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Balance Transfer
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Balance Transfer
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Rewards
1 point
Rewards
1 point
Signup Bonus
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Signup Bonus
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8/10
Informr score
The Centurion® Card from American Express currently has an Informr score of 8 out of 10. This score is based on our evaluation of 8 sources including reviews from users and the web's most trusted critics.

Am I eligible?


Centurion® Card from American Express is typically available to those with excellent credit scores (650 or greater).
To get this card, you must also:
Yes Be a permanent or temporary resident of USA

Note: This information is only intended as a guide. The final decision is up to the bank and your application could still be rejected even if you can answer 'Yes' to all the minimum criteria above. Always consider your options and your financial situation before you apply for a credit card.

What the Critics Are Saying...


FinanceBuzz
FinanceBuzz

The Amex Centurion Card is worth it for cardmembers who can take advantage of the many perks and benefits attached to it. Many of these benefits are travel-oriented, so luxury travelers may benefit the most. If you can’t take advantage of the many travel benefits, it may not be worth it for you to h...

- Ben Walker, FinanceBuzz
GreedyRates.ca
GreedyRates.ca

The Centurion is ultimately best suited to those who travel internationally on a frequent basis and need a card with limitless credit for major purchases. The airline, hotel, and rental car upgrades are significant, and earning unlimited reward points (which transfer to a number of other programs, i...

- Rita Silvan, GreedyRates.ca
MyBankTracker
MyBankTracker

The exclusivity of the Centurion Credit Card from American Express might be worth it to certain people regardless of the cost. There's a long list of benefits to having the Black Card and, for frequent travelers (particularly those that stay in luxury hotels), the benefits may indeed pay for themsel...

- Louis DeNicola, MyBankTracker
LendEDU
LendEDU

The Amex Black Card is more of a status symbol than a card that’s going to provide you with a lot of value in return for its hefty initiation fee and annual fee. But if you’re spending over $350,000 a year on an Amex card already, you likely don’t care too much about the cost of the membership and y...

- Amanda Reaume, LendEDU
Upgraded Points
Upgraded Points

If you’ve been invited to become a cardmember, the one-time fee along with the annual membership fee for the card can be a bit steep. However, if you are a frequent traveler who likes to go first class, then this card could be well worth it. This isn’t necessarily due to bonus points that you can ac...

- Alex Miller, Upgraded Points

Details


Interest Rates
Regular APR Interest Rate
Balance Transfer Interest Rate
Cash Advance Interest Rate
Rates & Fees
Annual Fee $5,000.00

Initiation Fee: $10,000

Balance Transfer Fee
Cash Advance Fee
Foreign Transaction Fee $0.00
Over Limit Fee $0.00
Late Payment Fee $39.00

Maximum

Promotions
Sign up bonus No
Rewards
All Purchases 1 point per $1 spent
Restaurants No
Gas No
Groceries No
Hotels No
Travel No
Pharmacy No
Bills No
Features & Benefits
Additional Card Holders

$2,500 for each additional Centurion Card

Travel Accident Insurance No
Car Rental Insurance Yes
Car Rental Discount Yes
Extended Warranty No
Purchase Protection No
Zero Liability No
No Foreign Transaction Fees Yes
Emergency Assistance No
Concierge Service Yes
Price Protection No
Fraud Protection No
Free Credit Scores No
Wireless Payments No
Virtual Cards Yes
Additional Benefits
  • $200 Annual Air Travel Credit
  • Airport Lounge Access
  • Global Entry Fee Credit
  • Elevated Hotel Membership Status
  • Platinum Medallion Status with Delta
  • Rental Car Benefits
  • Baggage insurance
  • Free in-flight WiFi
  • Trip Cancellation and Interruption Insurance
  • Trip Delay Insurance
  • Cell Phone Protection
Eligibility
Minimum Security Deposit $0
Minimum Age 18
Minimum Personal Income
Temporary Residents No
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