[Offer Expired] New Crystal Visa Infinite Offer – 100K Points, $250 Airline Credit, Free Lounge Membership & Waived 1st Year Annual Fee

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Update:  This offer is only available by going into a branch. City National Bank has locations in DE, NY, TN, GA, NV & CA. 

City National Bank is offering 100K points after $5K spend on their Crystal Visa Infinite credit card. With this offer the $400 annual fee is waived the first year.

Earnings

The Crystal Visa Infinite credit card earns points in the following ways:

  • Earn 3 Points per $1 spent on many travel and dining purchases and 1 Point per $1 spent on all other purchases.
  • There’s no annual cap on Points and Points do not expire as long as your account is open and the Rewards program has not ended.
  • Use City National Rewards Points to purchase airline tickets on most national and international carriers anytime, with no blackout dates.

Points are worth close $.01 each, depending on how you redeem them.

Card Benefits

In addition, the Crystal Visa Infinite card comes with the following benefits:

  • $250 per calendar year airline incidental credit.
  • $100 Global Entry fee credit.
  • CLEAR membership.
  • Priority Pass lounge membership for up to 2 people.

You can find out more about this card’s features and benefits here.

How to Apply

As is mentioned above, you must now go into a branch in order to get this card. Branches are located in NY, DE, GA, TN, NV & CA. According to Rene’s Points, they are no longer taking applications via email or phone according to this post.

Full list of City National Bank locations.

Unfortunately you cannot apply for this card online. To apply, fill out this application form and send it to Michael Thomas – Senior Relationship Banker via email at Michael.Thomas@cnb.com. You may also be able to apply via the phone at 800-773-7100 or in-person at a local branch.

According to Delta Points who broke the news of this offer, the bank may require a W2, tax return or some other form of income verification. There doesn’t seem to be any other way to apply at this time.

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    • The value of the points vary depending on how you redeem them, but are normally just under $.01 each. You can find out more about the program at this link:

      https://www.cnb.com/rewards/faqs.asp#question9

      I believe you can call them with more specific valuation questions. Unfortunately they don’t make this information very easy to find.

  1. Tempted…

    I don’t like the email thing to some person…I may look for a fax number or snail mail address to the bank. I just got home from a trip to California…we could have walked in. Ugh.

    • Thanks for the post.

      Will wait to hear if offer is valid but if it is…

      I just applied for a few cards on the first of August.
      How long do I have to wait to apply?

  2. This has BMO Harris / Diners Club fiasco repeat written all over it. They’ll soon discover we’re not who they think we are.

  3. I just got approved with $25k CL and 100k point bonus. I visited a branch and applied in branch. They have flyers for it at the branch so the deal is still good, but I don’t know if you can apply online.

  4. This is one of the few deals where you can use points for a cruise. A balcony cruise for one person shows for about 135,000 points and the cruise is probably $1200, therefore that is right around $.01

    You get about 3x points on most things I spend on. Wouldn’t take much to get that free cruise.

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