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    Centurion is now Titanium

    I tried to use my titanium card in a cab a while ago and it wouldn't even fit. Must have used a fair amount of force to get one stuck in the machine. Easier to use eftpos or pay cash. Gave the QC membership to my wife. Rgds
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    Centurion is now Titanium

    I agree with Kito re the free night per stay at the Mandarin Oriental. This also works well in Singapore. Rgds.
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    Centurion is now Titanium

    Homer, No, I have not spoken to Pat. Hayley looks after all of my travel and she is fantastic. Very helpful and no request is too hard no matter how short the notice is. Rgds.
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    Centurion is now Titanium

    Homer, My card number stayed the same with the issue of the Titanium card. I believe the A/C card and supplemental card number may change. I have asked for the Titanium versions of both of these as they can be supplied at no additional cost. I use the A/C card in a similar fashion to you i.e...
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    Centurion is now Titanium

    Homer, I think it is hard to quantify the AUD 4,300 yearly cost for the card when you can get nearly all the benefits by having the standard Amex platinum charge card. I have called the Centurion concierge / travel line a number of times and the person on the other end has answered with the...
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    Centurion is now Titanium

    My card was not up for renewal until 2009 but the new Titanium one arrived today. There are some more benefits offered with the new Titanium card as well. Rgds
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    Centurion is now Titanium

    Some of the info that came with the package: To quote the included material: "Your new Centurion Card was forged at 1,668 degrees Celsius. It's titanium, the metal that makes the impossible possible, from aeroplanes that fly at Mach 3 to submarines that plunge to depths of one kilometre...
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    Centurion is now Titanium

    Amex in Australia have updated the Centurion card in line with that offered in the States. The card is now made from Titanium. The annual fee just jumped to AUD 4,300 per year as well. Rgds
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