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The Centurion Card, aka the Amex Black Card, is one of the most prestigious credit cards. It’s invitation-only (but you can request an invite), and comes with a suite of luxury benefits you won’t find anywhere else.
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The Centurion Card from American Express, also referred to as the Amex Black Card, is a former charge card that comes with an initiation fee of $10,000 and an annual membership fee of $5,000.
This card has famously been invitation-only, but now you can request consideration for an invitation if you have an existing Amex card.
Little is known of what is required to get an invite for this card, but we do know that you typically need to be a Platinum cardholder (or a cardholder of other Amex cards) and you must have a substantial net worth.
Check out our blog post about the Centurion Card from American Express.