Elite benefits with Citi Prestige
Wine flowed and Italian canapés roamed in abundance in Sydney’s Woolloo-moolo as Citi Australia ushered in their latest level of benefits for top clientele in the country: the elite new Citi Prestige Card, already rolled out in eight nations across the globe. Here’s a card that truly understands the art of an experience, and it delivers above-and-beyond extras to cardholders, with unique rewards that add a little bit of flair to everyday moments throughout the year. You can utilise Citi Prestige’s complimentary limousines transfer service twice annually, enjoy access to a ‘lifestyle manager’ who can secure hard-to-get concert tickets, dining reservations and exclusive hotel privileges, and revel in complimentary green fees at 20 esteemed golf courses across the Asia-Pacific... and that merely skims the surface. The idea is that you’ll get delivered the impossible at all hours of the day, wherever you are.
What better way to celebrate an improved customer experience than with a memorable celebratory encounter? All attendees of Citi’s latest festivities – largely its premier Australian clients – were treated to a sample of what’s in store. Otto Ristorante by Sydney Harbour welcomed the fanfare; acclaimed chef and Citibank Dining Program ambassador Gary Mehigan was there signing copies of his latest book; all indulged with chauffer transfers to and from the launch; and waitstaff ensured glasses overran with McWilliam’s award-winning wines, with everyone given a bottle of Brand’s Laira 2009 One-Seven-One Cabernet Sauvignon to take home.
The Citi Prestige card is now available to clients with a minimum income of $150,000 for a fee of $700 per year, and there is the choice to pay an extra $49 to opt in for Qantas Rewards. New customers receive 70,000 bonus Citibank reward points when they first spend on the card and existing Citibank Select cardholders will be upgraded to Citi Prestige at no additional cost. www.citibank.com.au