03-08-2008 04:10 AM
With the Bank of America Accolades American Express Card, you qualify for additional benefits such as Priority Pass, Identity Theft Protection and Identity Theft Recovery if you spend a total of $30,000 (USD) during the calendar year, or have a total of $200,000 (USD) in deposits or investments with Bank of America.
When you apply for the card, the $200K requirement must be met. For subsequent annual renewals, the 30K canlendar year spend or the $200K requirement must be met. The Priority Pass USA membership, where you actually get a separate Priority Pass card, is a Prestige Membership (a $399/year value), where lounge visits for yourself are free, and $27 per guest.
If you don't have the Accolades AMEX card or if you have it but don't qualify for the additional benefits, there's no lounge benefit at all."
Hope this helps and by the way - I don't have one....
04-09-2008 07:44 AM
Jman wrote:Hello. How does one get the BOA accolades amex card? Does anyone here have this card? Is it invitation only, number to call or someplace to apply? thanks.
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