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Visa vs MasterCard Tiers

As of 2013:

 

Visa Signature = World MC

 

&

 

Visa Signature Preferred  = World Elite MC

 

yeah? or is Visa Sig still > World MC

 

I can't find a website that defines Visa Signature Preferred (too new?).

     
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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers

Where did you find signature preferred?

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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers

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SuperKirby wrote:

As of 2013:

 

Visa Signature = World MC

 

&

 

Visa Signature Preferred  = World Elite MC

 

yeah? or is Visa Sig still > World MC

 

I can't find a website that defines Visa Signature Preferred (too new?).


Here ya go...

 

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/credit-card-programs/671337-new-visa-signature-preferred-tier-above-v...

 

Doesn't look to benefit most consumers, and will sock merchants with additional fees.  I'm sure it wil attain some sort of unrealistic status in a very short time...!Smiley Wink

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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers

Lets bring a thread up that is over 6 years old

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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers

If anything I would say visa signature and MCWE are almost one the same level as you need a min of $5k to have them

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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers

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Highest tier for visa is the infinite, but to my knowledge it hasn't be offered in the United States yet

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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers


enharu wrote:
Highest tier for visa is the infinite, but to my knowledge it hasn't be offered in the United States yet

Minimum CL is 25k for infinite

I'm so confused with all these tiers! Theres no definitive answer on any website. It's best I lay it to rest.

     
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SuperKirby wrote: It's best I lay it to rest.

 
 
 
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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers

Looks like its still a visa signature they just don't call it that outside of the US maybe marketing or something like that. Maybe Americans like the sound of visa signature better then visa infinite

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Re: Visa vs MasterCard Tiers


afbar1114 wrote:
Lets bring a thread up that is over 6 years old

That was my point...Smiley Wink

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