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.

Upcoming trips include:

Albuquerque Balloon Festival
October 7-12, 2019
Join us for an enchanting trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico to see the International Balloon Fiesta.  The trip includes the International Balloon Fiesta,  four nights at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel in Santa Fe plus seven meals (four breakfasts and three dinners), visits to Taos Pueblo, Old Town Albuquerque, a Santa Fe city tour and the Pueblo Cultural Center.

The cost for the trip, which includes air fare, are:

Double occupancy–$1,999+ per person
Triple occupancy–$1,979+ per person
Single occupancy–$2,319+ per person

This popular trip will sell out fast, so reserve your spot today!

For details and to make a reservation, call 781-736-9831 or email pmanley@rtn.org.

Beantown and Beaches Cruise on the Serenade of the Seas
October 27-November 8, 2019

We’re planning a 13-day, 12-night cruise aboard the beautiful Serenade of the Seas cruise ship, and you’re invited!  You’ll begin your trip in Boston then sail to St. Maarten, Antigua, Barbados, Aruba, Curacao and end in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, where you’ll fly back to Boston.  While aboard the sleek Serenade of the Seas, you can enjoy fine dining at a choice of restaurants, top-notch entertainment, activities including rock climbing, ice skating, fitness and dance classes, the non-stop action in the ship’s casino and many more exciting features.

The cost for the trip (including air fare from Ft. Lauderdale to Boston, taxes and fees) starts at $1,349 per person (twin occupancy).

For details and to make a reservation, call 781-736-9831 or email pmanley@rtn.org.

Bavarian Christmas Markets
November 29-December 7, 2019

Experience a magical holiday in Europe as we travel to Germany and Austria for the Bavarian Christmas Markets.  During this eight-day trip we’ll visit such famous cities as Munich and Nuremberg in Germany and Innsbruck in Austria.  The trip also includes city tours, a horse-drawn sleigh ride, castle and abbey tours plus time on your own to soak up the sights and sounds of the season.

The cost for this trip (including air fare, accommodations, breakfast each morning plus one lunch and four dinners, taxes and fees):

If paying by check:  $3,169 per person, double occupancy
If paying by credit card:  $3,229 per person, double occupancy

For details and to make a reservation, call 781-736-9831 or email pmanley@rtn.org.

To learn more about upcoming events or about managing your retirement finances through the Infinity Club, contact Patrice Manley at 781-736-9831 or email pmanley@rtn.org.

 


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