All Vistara co-branded credit card holders get free tickets on sign-up for the card and then on milestones for spending. Here is how easy it was to redeem those ticket codes.
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Axis Bank Vistara Credit Cards were launched late last year and now have an established track record. Here is a review of the top-end version of their credit card which I personally use.
Vistara and Axis Bank pulled out a great one at the launch of the new Vistara Axis Bank co-branded credit cards. There are 3 tiers to be affordable to every pocket, and lots of freebies rolled into the card. Here are all the details!
Vistara and Axis Bank are expected to launch a co-branded credit card shortly. Vistara has worked a short teaser to show how this one is going to work. Check it out!
Every year, I enlist the credit cards I am using and the ones I am junking. Here is the list of cards in my pocket at this point of time. I’m surely on the look out for more opportunities to earn miles and points, so help me filter this list further to make it better!
Vistara will launch a co-branded credit card with Axis Bank early next year. That makes it the third airline to launch a co-branded card, if you exclude the not so great SpiceJet co-branded cards.
JetPrivilege is offering a bonus on JPMiles which are converted from Credit Card programs. The bonus is between 20-30% depending on the partner program, and is valid for conversions till October 15, 2015.
MasterCard has revamped their lounge access program to offer 31 lounges in 13 cities across India till December 31, 2016. Check out the details of the cities and the various lounges that are on offer for complimentary access for the next 16 months.
Credit Cards play a huge role in earning miles in the current scenario around India. Here are all the credit cards I am spending on currently, along with my rationale for each of the credit cards. Have a look.
Citibank offering up to INR 9999 for member referrals in India Citibank ran a pretty lucrative member-get-member promotion earlier in the year, where they offered the originating member (who made a referral INR 2,500) per card referral which was successful. Citibank is now back with a new promotion, where you get INR 2,000 per card referral which is successful, up to 5 cards for INR 9999. I think the INR 9,999 limit comes into play because at INR 10,000 or more, they’d have to start doing Tax Deductions and issue TDS certificates as well. You need to have an existing Citibank Credit Card or Citibank Savings Account to be able to make a referral. The person you refer to, should…