HDFC Bank JetPrivilege Cards offering 50% bonus JPMiles

HDFC Bank and JetPrivilege have been long time partners, having launched the first co-branded credit card, and also the first and only co-branded debit card that earned miles in the Indian Payments Industry. Now, with the renewed form of JetPrivilege where you can earn and burn miles on any airline, the two partners are working again to promote the use of the HDFC Bank JetPrivilege co-branded credit cards.

Under a new promotion that has been launched very recently, HDFC Bank JetPrivilege co-brand card holders are going to get 50% bonus JPMiles on their spends on their HDFC Bank JetPrivilege co-brand credit cards between July 17, 2019 through August 16, 2019. The promotion is valid for the Jet Privilege HDFC Bank Diners Club Credit Card, Jet Privilege HDFC Bank World Credit Card, Jet Privilege HDFC Bank Signature Credit Card and the Jet Privilege HDFC Bank Platinum Credit Card.

Eligible spends for this promotion count as all spends (net of reversals) except for fuel, wallet and EMI transactions.

  • The offer is applicable on entire eligible spends over the offer period, provided the member crosses a minimum threshold of INR 30,000 for the month on his/her Jet Privilege HDFC Bank Diner’s credit card.
  • The offer applicable on entire eligible spends over the offer period, provided the member crosses a minimum threshold of INR 20,000 for the month on his/her Jet Privilege HDFC World/Signature credit card.
  • The offer is applicable on entire eligible spends over the offer period, provided the member crosses a minimum threshold of INR 10,000 for the month on his/her Jet Privilege HDFC Platinum credit card.

The Bonus JPMiles would be posted after 90 working days of campaign end date. Base JPMiles will be posted in the subsequent month of the transaction. No registration is required for this campaign.

I know a lot of readers are currently wondering what to do with their existing JPMiles, but a lot of others are continuing to accumulate JPMiles as well. So, this promotion is going to be useful for the ones who are continuing to earn JPMiles at the moment. The good part is the promotion is uncapped so if you want an upside, there is no limit to it.

Would you make use of this new promotion from JetPrivilege for HDFC Bank co-branded credit card owners?

Comments

  1. Even if you accumulate the conversion rate is pathetic. Unless JPmiles is converted into a predetermined value, like the value of Regalia points, you will never know what you are or will be getting. There are better option to accumulate points on the cards and there are plenty of cards in the market

  2. JPMiles are worthless. The moment Jet airways entered bankruptcy, Jet Privilege should have ceased operations as well. Just by carving it out into a separate entity (to circumvent the FDI laws of the country) doesn’t really make Jet Privilege truly independent. It is fully owned by the shareholders of Jet Airways.

    Jet Privilege operates a frequent flier program of an airline that itself longer operates. How much more absurd can it get? No matter how the Investment bankers, financial creditors or Jet Privilege PR team try to spin this, fate of JP Miles is completely tied to the airline.

  3. Hi Ajay post May19 I have not received JPmiles for all my spends through online shopping partners .Received transaction confirmation SMSes from JP but they are not appearing as the pending activities in the statement neither posted till now. Is it he case with other also.

  4. Jp miles are practically worthless as compared to what it was before.

    Ideally JP miles should be converted to etihad guest miles with the same redemption structure as jet airways has been shut down.

    JP is spending so much on advertisement but I think they should simply give option to convert miles into etihad in order to increase the value of JP miles

    • @Imran, Etihad is half owner of JetPrivilege, and it is an independent company. Why do you think they should offer you full Etihad Guest Miles for half their stake in the company? Please do share your views on that.

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