It was my go-to card, and now it is just a piece of plastic. Air India and SBI Card’s co-branded credit card was cancelled, because it did not serve its purpose anymore. Thanks but no thanks!
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Jet Airways is running an upto 15% discount on flights domestically and international flights across their network which may be of interest to you if you have plans of travel over the next couple of months. Here is how to get those discounts
Air India offered the best credit cards in the market, along with partner SBI Cards. Till they realised they were being too generous. And now they are being too stingy. Here is the latest move from SBI Cards which essentially kills this card!
Every year, I enlist the credit cards I am using and the ones I am junking. Here is the list of cards in my pocket at this point of time. I’m surely on the look out for more opportunities to earn miles and points, so help me filter this list further to make it better!
SBI Cards offers a co-branded credit card with AI, which allowed you to earn Air India miles and status on spending on the card.
This card is going to undergo a significant restructuring as of the coming month. Check in if you are affected by the changes.
JetPrivilege is offering a bonus on JPMiles which are converted from Credit Card programs. The bonus is between 20-30% depending on the partner program, and is valid for conversions till October 15, 2015.
Air India SBI Credit Cards just introduced a new condition where you cannot transfer small amount of miles, but in chunks of 5000 only. Also, a new requirement has been introduced for earning points before burning them.
Credit Cards play a huge role in earning miles in the current scenario around India. Here are all the credit cards I am spending on currently, along with my rationale for each of the credit cards. Have a look.
A few days ago, I reported that the promised tier upgrades and status matches for Air India, which are available via their co-branded card with SBI were not going through. There was either a technology problem, or there was a snap of relationships between both parties. We don’t know. However, I’ve been hearing since yesterday days, that people have started to get their upgrade confirmations via email, for status earned via spend on Air India. This looks like it is sorted now. However, for me personally, something seems to be off, as my account is locked out. Which definitely points towards a technology upgrade of some sorts that may have happened at the back end. For those of you who…
One of the differentiating features of Air India’s co-branded card with SBI Cards is the tier upgrades you get on Air India Flying Returns every time you spent another INR 5,00,000 in the membership year. You get Silver Status for the first INR 5,00,000 and Gold Status for the next INR 5,00,000. This is now equivalent to Star Alliance Gold status, with Air India having joined the Star Alliance. SBI Cards in fact also launched a status match program for the holders of other airlines status in the meanwhile, I am assuming with Air India’s approval. Everyone who hits the INR 5,00,000 mark receives a kit automatically, because these were processed straight through back in the day. But recently, a…
In the beginning of the year, I wrote my credit card strategy for 2014. I’ve been meaning to give a mid-year update, but not been able to do so far. Anyhow, lets take a look now at how things are going, and what may be the plan ahead. Here are the credit cards I already have, and my view on them. Citibank PremierMiles Visa (Keep): This is my favourite credit card all around, and if you’ve poked around this blog, you would have noticed I love this product. I intend to keep it and use it as my primary card to book airline tickets and make use of all the special Citibank promotions that come 3-4 times a year, such…