Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 14 Oct 2016
Total posts 9
Member since 02 Apr 2017
Total posts 164
No idea. I've seen the list floating around the internet that it is offered if you spend 250k per year with Amex and have a net worth of 16 million.
I got (and refused) the offer without meeting either criteria though.
American Airlines - AAdvantage
Member since 15 Feb 2013
Total posts 18
I had an invitation a few years ago. I definitely don't have a net worth of $16m but do spend over $250k/year. I declined it because it was hard to see the value in the $10k sign up fee and $5k annual fee based on my travel and lifestyle habits at the time. It really only would be suitable for people who have money to throw away and I can't ever see myself being like that no matter how much my disposal income is.
Member since 09 May 2013
Total posts 340
i called and asked if i would be eligible. In 48hours, i was accepted. If you want one, i can get one of the Centurion agents to contact you? I do not gain any commission or $$ for asking this (just FYI). the benefits are plenty (but you have to be on the road/air quite a bit to enjoy these). My luggage got delayed by 24hrs and they paid $2000 to buy new set of clothes, no questions asked, few free concert tickets, elite status with airlines and hotels (to name a few). I have to say, the new devaluation is going to make me think twice about continuing though.
or alternatively ask for Jennifer Hayden at The Centurion team.
Member since 07 Jan 2011
Total posts 122
Hi Mspcooper, could you please list out the elite statuses you get?
Member since 09 Feb 2015
Total posts 64
You definitely do not need to have a specific net worth. They gauge and invite mostly on historical spend, generally north of $250k per annum.
Hi Sid,What i can think of:
IHG Platinum Elite
Shangri La/Golden Circle Diamond
Free Qantas Club
Free VA lounges
Member since 14 Dec 2017
Total posts 14
Damn, only Marriott Gold. I was going to put a bunch into my platinum charge as I thought it must have Marriott platinum on Centurion.
Member since 10 May 2014
Total posts 83
I was an invite when Centurion first came to Australia and held it for about ten years.
Member since 07 Oct 2018
Total posts 4
I received an invitation 12 months ago with an offer to waive the joining fee - only had to pay the annual fee. Worthwhile for very frequent travellers, if you don’t spend at least one week per month on the road, stick with Platinum.
Member since 21 Jan 2017
Total posts 42
if you are on the road quite a lot, the centurion's perks are really not the appealing. It is not hard to get oneworld emerald and marriott platinum just by doing a few overseas trips per year. The Explorer + PT edge combo is far superior if you put a lot of spending through the card. However after next April, the combo is dead.
Singapore Airlines - The PPS Club
Member since 14 Nov 2013
Total posts 40
I was offered it after spending approx $6k a week through my business and i booked all my flights and hotels through amex travel. After 4 months of doing this i was offered the Centurion. I agree that $5k a year is high and the perks have become less each year.
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