Get a 40% Bonus when you Buy JPMiles

Similar to the promotion of March 2017, JetPrivilege is again running a promotion this year where you get up to 40% Bonus JPMiles when you buy JPmiles through the end of March 2018.

Usually, we buy JPMiles a rate of 1.25 INR per JPMile, excluding 18% GST (1.48 INR including GST). However, during this promotion, you get it for 1.08 INR per JPMile on the top-most tier. This promotion is valid only when you buy a minimum of 5000 JPMiles for a single transaction.

To avail this promotion, one must register here.

Here are the essential terms and conditions:

  • This offer is valid from 5th March 2018 to 31st March 2018 (inclusive of both dates).
  • Miles bought on or are only applicable for this promotion.
  • Minimum of 5000 JPMiles have to be bought and later in multiples of 100. There is no maximum limit for purchasing JPMiles.
  • JPMiles purchased in this promotion can only be used for redeeming an award flight or cabin upgrade.
  • JPMiles purchased will not be eligible for Tier Upgrade / Retention / Renewal.

Should you avail this promotion?

This promotion keeps returning ever so often, including in August 2016 and May 2017. JetPrivilege also makes many flash sales where the add-on bonus is flat.

Remember, sometimes JPMiles are a boon for last minute trips domestically as well as internationally. However, always check the price of the ticket versus the cost of the miles being sold to compare where do you come out ahead. So, if you need the JPMiles, you should look at the promotion right now.

So, will you buy miles while this promotion is on?


  1. Sorry , Misread, its 1.08 INR with the 40% bonus and the cpm equivalent would be 1.66 ; which is decent; India to Australia one way in business is 70000 miles which is about $1163.

  2. Assuming you buy 30000 miles at 1.48 INR per mile. thats 44400 INR or approx USD 683 which is about 2.27 cpm which is what we use as a measurement in the US. Given JP Miles horrendous redemption chart I say this is a bad deal even at 40% discount, agree? or am I wrong somewhere?

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