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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?

My NFCU Visa Siggy does report limits.
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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?

^  Mine doesn't.  Damn BofA! Smiley Mad


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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?

Good for  concierge services,upgrades and events before they go on saleSmiley Happy

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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?

Longtimelurker gave a good summary.

Another nice perk is that there are sometimes discounts for using a visa signature card, such as buy 1movie ticket get 1 free every Friday, discounts for wine tasting, etc.
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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?

One thing to remember: in the outside world, Signature cards are very common indeed.  (They often generate higher swipe fees).  So while they advertize early access, upgrades  etc, that really only works because most people don't know (or maybe care) about the perk.  

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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?

In US it is "Signature" but in other countries it is"Infinite"

 

http://creditcardforum.com/blog/visa-infinite-card-usa-vs-international/

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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?

that movie perk got me! Smiley Very Happy lmao



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Re: What does "Signature" Visa mean?


enharu wrote:
Longtimelurker gave a good summary.

Another nice perk is that there are sometimes discounts for using a visa signature card, such as buy 1movie ticket get 1 free every Friday, discounts for wine tasting, etc.

is it one ticket or 2? when i looked on line it said buy 2 and get 3rd free.. 

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