Earn 20,000 JPMiles for JetPrivilege credit cards

A month ago, I wrote about a fantastic promotional price where JetPrivilege Credit Cards portal is offering signup for the Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro Credit Cards, and all the other variants as well. With respect to the Sapphiro, you would get 10,000 JPMiles from ICICI Bank for the signup, and another 8,000 JPMiles for signing up now!

However, ICICI Bank is not the only one who is collaborating with JetPrivilege on this promotion. There are tonnes of great offers out there to get JPMiles. We don’t know how long will this last, but here are the current offers for you to earn JPMiles.

Jet Airways American Express Platinum Credit Card: 20,000 JPMiles for INR 5,000

Jet Airways American Express Platinum Credit Card

We have reviewed the Jet Airways American Express Credit Card on many occasions. The card provides access to 13 lounges in India including the Amex Lounge at Delhi T3, 8 JPMiles/INR 150 spent, A free economy class base fare waiver ticket code, 5% discount on Jet Airways tickets, Priority Check-in benefits and so on. We keep this card in our wallet all the time. Pay INR 5000 for the first year. Here is the offer:

  • 10,000 JPMiles as a welcome gift on payment of the card fees.
  • 2,500 JPMiles for applying through cards.jetprivilege.com.
  • 7,500 JPMiles if applied before July 10, 2018, and on spending INR 15,000 within first 90 days of card membership.

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro Credit Card: 18,000 JPMiles for INR 5,000

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro American Express Credit Card

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro

The ICICI Bank Sapphiro card has multiple benefits for itself. Lounge Access 16 times a year on the Amex, and via Dragon Pass on the Visa variant. Two airport spa treatments as well.  4-5 JPMiles/INR 100 spent domestically, a free economy class base fare waiver ticket code, 5% discount on Jet Airways tickets, Priority Check-in benefits and so on. I keep this card in our wallet all the time. Pay INR 5000 for the first year. Here is the offer:

  • 10,000 JPMiles as a welcome gift on payment of the card fees.
  • 8,000 JPMiles for applying through cards.jetprivilege.com.

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Rubyx Credit Card: 11,000 JPMiles for INR 2,500

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Rubyx Amex Card

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Rubyx Amex Card

The ICICI Bank Rubyx card has 3-4 JPMiles/INR 100 spent domestically, a free economy class base fare waiver ticket code, 5% discount on Jet Airways tickets and so on. Pay INR 2500 for the first year. Here is the offer:

  • 5,000 JPMiles as a welcome gift on payment of the card fees.
  • 6,000 JPMiles for applying through cards.jetprivilege.com.

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Coral Credit Card: 6,500 JPMiles for INR 1,250

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Coral Amex Credit Card

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Coral

The ICICI Bank Rubyx card is the entry level card. It has 2-3 JPMiles/INR 100 spent domestically, 5% discount on Jet Airways tickets and so on. Pay INR 1250 for the first year. Here is the offer:

  • 2,500 JPMiles as a welcome gift on payment of the card fees.
  • 4,000 JPMiles for applying through cards.jetprivilege.com.

Jet Airways IndusInd Bank Odyssey Credit Card: 16,500 JPMiles for INR 10,000

The IndusInd Bank Odyssey card gives you 3-6 JPMiles/INR 100 spent domestically, a free economy class base fare waiver ticket code, 5% discount on Jet Airways tickets, Priority Check-in benefits and so on. Pay INR 10,000 for the first year. Here is the offer:

  • 15,000 JPMiles as a welcome gift on payment of the card fees.
  • 1,500 JPMiles for applying through cards.jetprivilege.com.

Jet Airways IndusInd Bank Voyager Credit Card: 3,500 JPMiles for INR 0

The IndusInd Bank Odyssey card gives you 3-4 JPMiles/INR 100 spent domestically, a free economy class base fare waiver ticket code, 5% discount on Jet Airways tickets. Pay INR 0 for the first year. Here is the offer:

  • 2,000 JPMiles as a welcome gift on payment of the card fees.
  • 1,500 JPMiles for applying through cards.jetprivilege.com.

In a nutshell, I find these to be some of the best offers on JetPrivilege co-brand cards right now. Most of these banks have moved to online approvals, so you know in a jiffy if you are approved for the card or not.

Would you be applying for these cards? Do share which one!

Comments

  1. Hi Ajay.

    Thank you for your amazing work.

    I moved out of India some years ago but have a close to perfect credit score India. I also hold some Indian credit cards. I wanted to apply for some more cards but I don’t have any documented income in India. I saw that you mentioned that some banks have moved to online approvals. Does that mean that I could potentially get Indian credti cards now? If so, could you please tell me which banks have moved to online approvals? I am particularly interested in cards that give free nternational priority pass access (such as HDFC black, diners, Yes bank first exclusive, etc.). Thanks you for your help.

    • @Sunny, the approval is provisional. From what I know, they still ask you to send them papers either electronically, or they come and collect those papers from you. So not an entirely online process, especially for the higher end cards.

    • Hi,

      You can apply online with Indian documents and you can also inform them to deliver in your US address. They will deliver the card to you. I received in this fashion.

      Note: The validity of the initial card is 3 months only.Post it is 5 years.

  2. I hold HDFC Regalia, Yes First exclusive, Amex platinum travel card.
    I have applied for Amex Jet Airways Platinum and ICICI Saphiro Jet Airways card recently ( I want them only for signup bonus). Can I get these two new cards and cancel them before their annual renewal due? Does it impact my credit score?

    • Yes, it should, as applying for those cards would mean hard inquiries on your credit report. When you cancel them that may also influence your credit scores as your credit utilization will go up (utilization =credit used/credit available). However as the age of these accounts is low, their cancellation should not have a big impact on your score.

  3. Ajay, do you have any idea about the eligibility criteria for Indusind Odyssey card? I tried to look up for it but couldn’t find it anywhere.

  4. Ajay,

    Question: Is it possible to hold 2 cards with Amex? I hold the Platinum travel card, and am thinking of getting the Jet Airways card as well. My experience with ICICI AMEX has been terrible with no followup from their side, so if possible, thinking to go for the Amex.

    • I have Amex platinum travel card and I have applied for Jet Airways Amex Platinum. They have collected the documents and my application is yet to be approved.

  5. I’m going to apply for ICICI Bank Sapphiro card. Visa variant or a dual Visa-Amex variant. Extra JPMiles for international spends, Dragon Pass and only Rs 5k for renewal are some of the pluses apart from the other features.

    This is not the best offer though. They have done a double JPMiles (10K+10K) offer in the past.

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