Last year, I clocked more than a million miles. A lot of them without being on a plane. Here are the details of how it was done, and perhaps, you could do it too!!
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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!
Indian mileage earning credit cards are seeing changes from April 1, 2016. Here is a summary of all the changes from Citi, IndusInd and HDFC Diners Club.
For long, IndusInd Bank offered the best opportunity to earn miles in India, especially if you were a weekend spender. They are changing their paradigm as of April 1, 2016.
Come in to know more!
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.
American Express used to offer Altitude Lounges for customers of its cards issued by ICICI Bank & IndusInd Banks. Alternate arrangements have now been made as these empty lounges have finally been shuttered!
HDFC Bank & IndusInd Bank Customers are being offered 10% discount on Jet Airways domestic routes for travel till September 2015. You can book business and economy tickets both. Here is how to land the discount.
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.
I just received a wonderful surprise from JetPrivilege in my email, something that maybe a lot of you would be receiving shortly or have already received as well. JetPrivilege just sent out an email stating that the validity of all my JetPrivilege miles was being extended from 3 years to 5 years. I wasn’t ever worried about their expiry due to my JetPrivilege Platinum status, but seems like I have more time now even in case I don’t have Platinum status anymore. The email states that you need to hold at least one active co-branded credit card to get yourself the 2 year extension of your mileage balance expiry. This means not just holding the card but having made at…