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The Carte Blanche Card comes with some nice travel benefits and quality-of-life perks like airport lounge access and private jet access through Bombadier Skyjet. However, it offers little in the way of rewards and carries a relatively steep $300 annual fee.
The Carte Blanche Card is currently not available for new applicants, while Diners Club works to “improve the application process.”
The Carte Blanche Card offers some great benefits like private jet access and airport lounge access, but it comes with a really high $300 annual fee and limited rewards.
Unlike most credit cards, this is a charge card which means your full statement balance must be paid off each month.