Going Places With the RTN Infinity Club
One of our most popular programs is the RTN Infinity Club. Infinity Club members get many benefits to help them with their retirement finances, including free ATM use worldwide (does not cover other institutions’ surcharges), two free orders of checks annually, AARP membership for those eligible, RTN VISA credit card annual fee waived and free seminars.
You can join the RTN Infinity Club if you have $15,000 in combined savings balances in RTN accounts or for a low fee of $10 per month. Download your Infinity Club enrollment application now.
Several times a year, the Infinity Club sponsors trips and activities that are opened to all members, their families and friends. We have exciting trips planned, including:
Boston Pops Christmas Matinee
Friday, December 6
Enjoy the magic of the Christmas season at Symphony Hall as the world-famous Boston Pops perform holiday classics. Lunch at Lantana’s is included.
Cost per person: $155, with a deposit of $75 per person due with your reservation. Click for details and a reservation form.
Christmas, New York Style
Sunday, December 8 to Monday, December 9
There’s no place like New York at Christmastime! The trip includes tours of the Union Church of Pocantico Hills and Lyndhurst Mansion, Christmas show at the Westchester Broadway Dinner Theater and tickets to the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular Show. Lodging is at the Sheraton in Tarrytown, NY.
Cost per person: $455 double occupancy, $555 single occupancy. A $50 deposit per person is required with reservation.
We are starting to plan next year’s trips, which includes a seven-day trip to London in September of 2020 ($2,999 per person, double occupancy if booked by March 2020).
For details on all trips, to make reservations or for more information about the Infinity Club, call Pat Manley at 781-736-9900, extension 19831 or email email@example.com.
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