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Point Card to Launch $399 PointCard Titan Debit Card

The popular Point Debit Card will introduce an ultra-premium version of the card in 2022. Dubbed the PointCard Titan, the new version will offer up to 5X points on purchases plus luxury travel benefits like TSA Precheck statement credits, Priority Pass Select membership, and more. Here is everything you need to know about the launch of Point Card’s new PointCard Titan Debit Card:

PointCard Titan Set to Launch in Spring 2022

The new PointCard Titan will launch in Spring 2022 and will feature a steep $399 annual fee. While that yearly charge is unheard of for a debit or prepaid card, that doesn’t mean the card can’t justify the price tag. Cardholders will have the option to select the categories in which they earn 5X reward points, for example.

PointCard Titan Features

Those 5X categories are varied, with cardholders able to select two options from the following five to earn elevated rewards: rideshare, food delivery, subscriptions, fitness, or EV charging. Cardholders also choose two options from the following five categories to earn 3X points per dollar spent on purchases: travel, dining, groceries, entertainment, or fashion. All other purchases with the card earn 1X per $1 spent.

While the points on offer certainly won’t recoup the $399 annual fee, the travel perks might. The PointCard Titan offers a statement credit for TSA Precheck or Global Entry application fees every four years plus Priority Pass Select membership. The latter perk provides the most value – especially as it applies to the primary cardholder and one guest – a value of over $299 per year.

All told, the PointCard Titan comes close to justifying its annual fee – especially considering the $49 (rising to $99 for some) fee that the basic Point Card (to be renamed the PointCard Neon with the new launch).

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