30,000 reasons to apply

30,000 reasons to apply

The American Express Platinum® International Currency Card now comes with a 30,000 Membership Rewards® points bonus when you spend US$/€5,000 in the first six months of Cardmembership.

The Platinum® International Currency Card


Open doors to some of the finest hotels with room upgrades wherever possible, serene airport lounges and travel protection benefits for you and your family.


Annual fee US$550 / €550.

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Airport lounge access

Dedicated travel and lifestyle service

Membership Rewards®

Hotel partner programmes

Travel protection benefits

American Express Experiences®



Hotel partners and programmes 

Special treatment is reserved for Platinum Cardmembers at a selection of exceptional hotels and resorts around the world. Explore your choices, then book with your Platinum Service. You’ll be warmly welcomed at our airport lounges and offered glorious rooms when you stay with our partner hotels.

Partners subject to change, and benefits are subject to availability. Partner programmes require enrolment.

Become an American Express Platinum Cardmember.

Apply now.


Important Information before you apply:

International Currency Card products are only available to existing American Express customers with more than six months of membership. Product and country of residence restrictions apply. You and any Supplementary Cardmembers must be over 18 years of age. American Express International Currency Cards are serviced in English. Please note, ICC cards are not offered to residents of the USA, Singapore, the European Union (UK exempt) and some other excluded countries. Visit your local American Express website for full details on products available in your country of residence at americanexpress.com. If you'd prefer a Card without any rewards, other features or a Cardmembership fee, an alternative option is available – the Basic Card.

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