JetPrivilege’s new avatar, InterMiles went live today. Here is a first detailed look at what changed and what remains the same on this new version of JetPrivilege.
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JetPrivilege will shed its skin tomorrow and change to a new name called intermiles. Along with the name change, some new things will also get into the programme, such as a fintech approach amongst others.
The JetPrivilege programme changes, which came by unannounced right before Diwali 2019, destroyed any remaining value in the loyalty programme after most value evaporated due to the shut down of Jet Airways. Etihad redemptions have also been devalued now.
JetPrivilege is scheduled to change the programme in the coming days. Here are some initial thoughts on how the programme would change in the days ahead.
You can now earn 5X JPMiles using your American Express JetPrivilege Credit Cards through December 2019. Add that to some of the other awesome offers that JetPrivilege is offering, and you have 6-7 times the usual JPMiles on this promotion.
JetPrivilege is planning to rebrand in the coming weeks. That should be the way forward as the loyalty programme moves on from its long association with Jet Airways and charts out a path of its own.
Read how our longtime reader Daljit Singh managed to extract some great value out of his JPMiles and LifeMiles, flying to the US on Turkish Airlines’ Business Class, and flying back on Etihad Airways First Apartments.
A new promotion is offering 50% bonus JPMiles to HDFC Bank’s JetPrivilege credit card customers. Here is how the promotion works.
There are new opportunities to Earn and Burn JPMiles on Etihad Airways. You can earn double, and redeem for less number of JPMiles if you act by July 23, 2019.
Given some of us still have JetPrivilege status, Etihad Airways is continuing to honour benefits for those JetPrivilege members. Here is a roundup of my experience flying in Etihad Economy a few days ago as a JetPrivilege Platinum.
There is still good value to be gotten out of your JPMiles, but only if you want to travel abroad, and do so on Etihad Airways. Here is everything you need to know about how to redeem your JPMiles for Etihad flights