I already have to wear a Fitbit, I don't need to wear another thing, including this Prada.
Do people still wear old style straight watches???
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I also have this same idea.As far as price for the Centurion - honestly, they could just about charge anything they like and they'd probably lose very few customers who currently have them. These long ago left behind any concept of price-for-function. They're essentially a fashion item.
If I pay $6500 per year, I would expect a Montblanc. I don't want to be the Devil Wears Prada.Straight watches? Like mechanical windup/movement ones?
If so then yep, I do. I've got a half dozen 'automatic winder' ones and another half dozen battery
I’d want a Rolex, Paul Newman Daytona would suffice!I also have this same idea.
If I don't blink at $6500 annual fee, then surely I would be doing enough travelling and dining that I would not even need any reward program.
I do know someone who goes into any restaurant in Sydney and the staffs would address him on first name basis. I have only ever seen him settle the bill using a Reserve card, not even Platinum charge (And no, I don't mean el Jannah Chicken)
If I pay $6500 per year, I would expect a Montblanc. I don't want to be the Devil Wears Prada.
I asked for an escalation and they refused to do so. That's as hard as I pushed.Did you push for it hard? Am weighing up whether it is worth pushing for the invitation. Have spent ~80k in the last 3 months on 80% FHR and J/F tickets
I asked for an escalation and they refused to do so. That's as hard as I pushed.
Reason for no escalation was due to "it being done before and declined", even though I said I know of other members I know personally who have had theirs waived.
With that spend I'd say go for it.
So does anyone know the current invitation threshold?
Is it still 100k per year?