The card is still called a Centurion card. It is just that it is now made of titanium instead of plastic.Kiwi Flyer said:That is going to be confusing. Westpac have a titanium mastercard that is their equivalent of amex platinum (ie much much less than centurion).
Thanks Kito...it sounds like the "supervisor" I spoke to was just making it up as he went along in terms of when my titanium card might arrive. I'll chase them up again.kito said:received mine abt 2 weeks ago, but expiry of the plastic one(s) is july 08 and new annual charge will apply in july 07
still havent decided who's going to get the qantas club membership.....
Hi HomerHomer said:Thanks Kito...it sounds like the "supervisor" I spoke to was just making it up as he went along in terms of when my titanium card might arrive. I'll chase them up again.
Can I ask whether the 55% increase in the annual fee bothers you?
AmexAmex said:In the defense of the Amex customer support, I can highly recommend the personnel at the travel section. I have a dedicated staff member there who looks after all of my travel. I have had nothing but professional service from her.
Extraordinary. A card that will set off the metal detector at every airport. The mind boggles...Amex said:"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. Titanium has the same tensile strength as hardened steel, but is six times lighter."