But what if the World Elite MasterCard in your wallet could give you wings too?
I know, I know. Very dramatic intro. There was a horror movie on in the other room while I wrote this. Anyway, let’s check it out. What can a World Elite MasterCard do for you a few thousand feet above the nearest road or ship?
Since I’m not travelling for a bit, we’ll be looking at some of the other benefits of this travel hacking business. As I started to outline last week with rental cars, the MasterCard World Elite program offers benefits for travelers at no additional cost to the cardholder. World Elite cards have annual fees, but you do get something for that money.
Still interested in the unsung benefits of your World Elite MasterCard? Good!
Next up: benefits for cruises. I know some of you out there are pirates born a few hundred years too late, so what’s better than the open sea? You won’t be doing any pillaging or plundering while on board, but these benefits could keep a few more dubloons in your pocket.
So, what’s this World Elite logo on my credit card?
Here’s the “World Elite” logo above the MasterCard logo on my Citi AAdvantage Executive.
And here it is again, this time in the bottom left hand corner of the back of my Barclaycard Arrival+.
Well, I have two cards with the World Elite benefits, so I decided to find out. Let’s start with some of the benefits that can you get you behind the wheel, or into a fresh set of wheels, depending on how you roll.