Fast Track Exit at Juan Santa Maria International Airport for MasterCard Black Card Holders

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Starting June 8, 2015, all Black® MasterCard cardholders from anywhere in the world, will have access to the fast row in the international departures section from Juan Santa Maria International Airport in Costa Rica.

    By presenting the card in the international departures area with the boarding pass, cardholders will have no delays moving to the ‘quick’ row.

    The Black MasterCard credit and debit cards offer benefits to its cardholders. Such as 2×1 movie nights four times a week, pay transport services with 50% discount, free valet parking, and more.

    Other Black MasterCard Benefits Announced

    MasterCard cardholders get a free ticket to pay with your credit or debit card on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, at 2D Terramall Cinépolis in Carthage, and Paseo de las Flores in Costa Rica.

    Black® MasterCard cards have the benefit of hiring half price the services of a luxury car driven by a professional driver ANC Ground Services.
    The valet parking in Avenida Escazu and Multiplaza is totally free to Black cardholders. It also provides a 50% discount for Platinum cardholders, and after presenting voucher with minimum purchase of ¢25,000 in Multiplaza a 50% discount applies to all MasterCards.

    Moreover, Black® MasterCard cardholders can enjoy the benefit of Black VIP Lounge at the Juan Santamaria airport with two guests and a complimentary drink, Platinum MasterCard cardholders can have one guest. Both have access to free WiFi in the room.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose, Costa Rica

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