Jet Airways ICICI Bank Credit Card at 50% off!

ICICI Bank is offering a 50% discount on their Jet Airways ICICI Bank Credit Card under their High Flyer offer.

Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro Credit Card

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro Credit Card is currently being offered at INR 2,500 + taxes for initiation fees. You get 10,000 JPMiles and a free Jet Airways Economy Class ticket, which makes it an easy way to get JPMiles for INR 0.25 per mile and the Economy ticket comes free.

Assuming you used that mileage ticket for a Mumbai – Goa Jet Airways Business Class flight, you get about 20,000 INR value out of it. The Free Economy ticket can get you INR 7,000 worth of value too. Add to it two lounge visits and two spa visits free per annum on Dragon Pass and unlimited visits via Amex. Total Value is over INR 30,000 start-up per annum for INR 2,500 initiation fees.

Applying through these links will get you the promotional pricing. JetPrivilege Platinums get the card free.


Jet Airways ICICI Bank Rubyx Credit Card

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Jet Airways ICICI Bank Rubyx Credit Card is currently being offered at INR 1,250 + taxes for initiation fees. You get 5000 JPMiles and a free Jet Airways Economy Class ticket, which gets you JPMiles for INR 0.25 per mile and a free Economy ticket.

Assuming you used that ticket for a Delhi-Dehradun Jet Airways Economy Class flight, you get about 7,000 INR value out of it. The Free Economy Ticket can get you INR 7,000 worth of value too. Add to it eight lounge visits per annum to Visa lounges or 10 lounge visits to Amex Lounges, and you are getting at least INR 20,000 value out of this card.

Apply through these links to get the promotional pricing. JetPrivilege Platinums get the card free.


Jet Airways ICICI Bank Coral Credit Card

The Jet Airways ICICI Bank Coral Credit Card is currently being offered at INR 600 + taxes for initiation fees. You get 2500 JPMiles, which gets you JPMiles for INR 0.24 per JPMile. That is good value to start with on this credit card.

Apply through these links to get the promotional pricing: Jet Airways ICICI Bank Coral Credit Card.

Make sure you select the right credit card from the drop down under Airlines if you reach the Sapphiro page and do not want the Sapphiro but the Rubyx or the Coral CC.

Bottomline

ICICI Bank’s co-branded credit cards are excellent value for money even at the full fee level of INR 5,000, but why not get it at a discounted cost while you can. Just the free movie tickets every year will recoup the cost of the card, and the free tickets and miles will deliver you value on top of everything else.

Comments

  1. I have applied for the card by filling up the form on the link but haven’t received any call and its been 3 days now. What can be done ?

  2. @Kapil,
    No, the miles or free tickets are not there for platinum.members when free.

    @Anshul, similar to you- a non plat member. In terms of benefits, I do feel Amex Jet has better rewards and lounge benefits.

    But as others said, in terms f acceptance and other offers on movies or sometimes travel, ICICI would be definitely much better option.

      • Surprised thn.

        The Joining/Renewal benefits of Complimentary Air ticket (applicable on Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro and Jet Airways ICICI Bank Rubyx Credit Cards) and bonus JPMiles (applicable as per the Card variant) will not be available if Jet Airways ICICI Bank Credit Card members’ Joining/Annual Fees are waived off for any reason

        This from Jet website

        • @Priyansh,

          There is an exception in case of JP Platinum members, where they will received all joining/renewal benefits even without paying any fees.

          I do remember that earlier that was not the case, so this change might be recent.

          I believe JP team might have received a lot of complaints regarding this as, though I am not platinum member, I always used to think that just waiving the fees w/o the benefits is like making a fool of them, since in some cases I believe paying the fees and using the benefits is more beneficial, like say in case of HDFC JP World card where the fees is just 2.5k + GST but you get 1 free ticket and 1 INR 750 discount voucher which to me is more value than the fees.

          Overall I’d say it’s a good move from JP team to keep their top tier happy.

  3. With ICICI, one gets both visa and amex cards; while with Amex it’s only one. At any day, Visa card acceptance in India is more than AMEX.
    Also you can get benefits of both visa and amex lounge as well as offers.

  4. Hello Ajay,
    I am regular reader of your blog,
    I know that this is not a credit card review blog but still i wish for you to review Yes First Exclusive Credit Card because it is life time free and also has good reward rate and you can also convert them to JP Miles,
    I am sure that readers of this blog will appreciate this very much.

  5. Which one would be a better choice – Jet Airways American Express Platinum Credit Card or Jet Airways ICICI Bank Sapphiro Credit Card, regardless of the fees?

    Jet Amex also currently has an offer of 10k extra JP miles if applied through cards.jetprivilege.com .
    With current offers on both, any guidance for selection between the two for a non-platinum member?

    • @Anshul, I have both of them so perhaps not the best person to choose for you. But, ICICI gives you the best of both worlds (amex and visa) and that helps a lot in india. given both the cards go at a discount for the first year, you could get both and decide to keep one or the other after 1 year of use.

      • Thanks Ajay. I already have DCB and Prestige. All my travel spends are directed to Diners 10X. With Prestige, I am not chasing another visa just for lack of Amex acceptance. With my not so frequent travel, I am not really a Jet Platinum aspirant! Just need a co-brand Jet card for Dedicated Check-In and Excess Baggage Allowance! I think I’d choose Amex for their exemplary service.

  6. You mentioned plats get the card for free but do they get the points and the free ticket if the card is for free.

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