JetPrivilege seems to be finally aligning itself with Etihad in a more meaningful way than just being an independent operation in India. Without an anchor airline for the moment, JetPrivilege is now creating more promotions with Etihad, while running its airline agnostic portal as well to earn and burn JPMiles.
Two current promotions are running where JetPrivilege is offering its members the opportunity to earn and burn their JPMiles on Etihad Airways.
Earn Double JPMiles on Etihad
Let’s talk about Earn promotion first. JetPrivilege is offering double base JPMiles for those who book their tickets on Etihad via flights.jetprivilege.com or Etihad.com and credit it to JetPrivilege.
Like you can see, if you book revenue ticket by July 23, 2019, and travel between September 16, 2019, and November 20, 2019, from any Indian station of Etihad to London on any of Etihad’s 5 daily flights to London, or London to India via Abu Dhabi, you will get double base JPMiles.
All the flights eligible to get double JPMiles when booked on Etihad are enlisted in the T&C which are listed here.
Burn 15% fewer JPMiles on Etihad Airways between India and London
Etihad and JetPrivilege are also offering another promotion, where they are offering a 15% discount on the number of miles required to travel between India and London on Etihad Airways’ operated flights in Economy and Business Class. For Economy Class, hence, one-way flights are going to cost 35,700 JPMiles, and for business class, one-way flights are going to cost 71, 400 JPMiles. You need to book this using the standard award chart. The surcharges and taxes, however, will be payable in full. You need to book by July 23, 2019 and you can travel by November 30, 2019.
I recently flew a couple of flights in Etihad to Paris (A321/A380 Economy on the outwards) and (A380/77W) on the return flight. Etihad is still a reliable product in Business Class, and I won’t hesitate flying them again.
What do you make out of this promotion and which one of the promotion will you be using?
(H/T: Kumar MS and Sharad Madiman)