Earn SAS EuroBonus points when you use your Mastercard from DNB

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Earn points on everything you buy with your Mastercard, whether you use your card in Norway, online or abroad. To start earning points, upgrade your Mastercard today.

Your points

The SAS EuroBonus Extrapoints will appear on your Mastercard invoice. Once a month your points are calculated and transferred to your membership account with SAS EuroBonus. See your total points on the overview from SAS or in the SAS App.

The cost

The upgrade has a monthly cost of 99 NOK for SAGA and Private Banking customers, and 49 NOK per month for all other customers.

Costs and points

  Points per 100 NOK Price per month Welcome points
DNB Mastercard 15 points 49 NOK 6,000 points
Silver/Green Card 15 points 49 NOK 6,000 points
White Card 15 points 49 NOK 6,000 points
SAGA 20 points 99 NOK 12,000 points
Private Banking 25 points 99 NOK 12,000 points

Why upgrade to SAS EuroBonus?

  • A simple way to gain more benefits and rewards when using your Mastercard.
  • You do not need to order a new card, or use a separate SAS EuroBonus card.
  • You can choose whether to use your points on flights, hotel accommodation, car rental or shopping.
Get access to these benefits by upgrading to SAS EuroBonus today!

SAS EuroBonus

SAS EuroBonus is one of the leading loyalty-based reward programs. Members of SAS EuroBonus earn points when they fly with SAS or other Star Alliance partners. Points can be used when booking hotels, renting a car or shopping with SAS and Star Alliance.

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Practical information

The points you earn will appear on your Mastercard invoice. The points are calculated monthly and then transferred to your membership account with SAS EuroBonus. Your total point-balance will appear on the statement from SAS.

SAS EuroBonus points will not be earned on cash withdrawal, payments to private individuals or payment transfers to your personal account. Note that points will not be transferred to SAS EuroBonus account if payments are outstanding or the Mastercard agreement is terminated.

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