Premium credit cards come with a complimentary concierge service. But how does this work and how useful is it for you?
Concierge services are often available online or by phone at any hour of the day and day of the week. The kind of assistance they can provide depends on the card, but in general the service is designed to help make life easier (and more fun) for cardholders. Your request can be as general or specific as you like – it could be as simple as getting a table at the newest restaurant in town or as exotic as renting a private yacht in Mauritius.
Here are just some of the ways your concierge may be of service. You can use them as a starting point – let your imagination be your guide.
- Travel arrangements
- Holiday activities
- Dining and entertainment
- Gifts and shopping
- Special occasions
- Business, work and home
- Finding flight information
- Recommending and booking hotels
- Car rental bookings and car service information.
- Health club recommendations and reservations
- Golf information and reservations
- Information on festivals, museums, galleries and events
- Recommending and booking personal trainers
- Booking massages and spa treatments.
- Restaurant recommendations and reservations
- Getting tickets for shows, concerts and sporting matches
- Finding details of events and shows in cities worldwide.
- Recommending the best shopping
- Floral arrangement and delivery
- Sourcing, purchasing and delivery of gifts and other items.
- Party planning
- Arranging hospitality packages
- Booking hair and makeup appointments.
- Referrals to conference and business services
- Computer and technology rental
- Help with relocating to another country.
If you’re the type of person who’d enjoy having these services at your beck and call, you’ll find they’re available on Altitude Black credit cards.
Things you should know
Credit criteria, fees and charges apply.
This information does not take into account your financial needs, individual circumstances or objectives. Read the terms and conditions before making a decision and consider whether the product is appropriate for you.
Be credit savvy: Before applying, consider a realistic credit limit and check all conditions, interest rates, fees and charges on your selected card.
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