ICICI Bank Jet Airways co-branded sign-up bonus is back till March 2013

ICICI Bank hasn’t exactly been doing a great job with what is perhaps a good product out there in the market for those who like to accumulate JPMiles. However, the Jet Airways ICICI Bank co-branded credit card did make it to my personal list of Mileage Earning Credit Cards which you should keep to earn JP Miles. The reason I’ve been using my blue-cloud JP/ICICI Sapphiro Amex is the 7 JPMiles per Rs. 100 which I earn on this card, the best mileage earning in India for daily expenses at the moment.

ICICI Bank has been offering a bonus mileage offer of 50% of welcome miles from time to time, and every time the offer would be extended for one more month, because presumably it takes many phone calls before their agents turn up to pick up your applications. Last I checked, they had the 50% more promotion going on till January 2013. And now, to avoid everyone the inconvenience of chasing a date, they have updated the date for getting more welcome JPMiles all the way till March 2013.


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Although I can admit my first statements have just been generated for my Sapphiro JP Amex and my Sapphiro JP Visa, and I have no clue when the miles will post, I am not worried because as long as they are going to post, things are okay with me. The mileage earning is great, the card is a good product and as long as I don’t have to break my head calling ICICI Bank 250 times a day, I will be fine.

As usual, thought you should know if you wanted the plastic, Jet Privilege Platinums get it for free.

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