Indian mileage earning credit cards are seeing changes from April 1, 2016. Here is a summary of all the changes from Citi, IndusInd and HDFC Diners Club.
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HDFC Bank Diners Club has some great promotions for travel and dining, which makes it a great card to hold in your wallet if you want to earn miles and points in India.
However, as I found out over the last quarter of 2015, they have an incredibly bureaucratic and clueless team to deal with the transfer, and the process is manual and very irritating. It took me over 2 months to get my points transferred from HDFC Bank’s point currency to the mileage programs I wanted them transferred in.
Do read through this before you decide to pick up these cards, and perhaps we can compare notes in the Comments section?
HDFC Bank and JetPrivilege have come together to launch a super-exclusive JetPrivilege Diners Club Credit Card with some great features and 15 tierpoints to sign up for the card. You also get 30,000 JP Miles on starting up with this card!
HDFC Bank Diners Club cards are launching a 10x bonus for the coming 6 months, which means you earn up to 50 points per INR 150 spent at participating merchants. Bonus is valid from September 14, 2015 to March 31,2016
HDFC Bank is offering a Diners Club Credit Card called Rewardz, which comes for free and allows you to access airport lounges across India. This is an entry level credit card so should be accessible to everyone.
I’ve been receiving a lot of queries about the HDFC Bank Diners Club credit cards of late, and the list of transfer partners. Here is a list of transfer partners valid across all the three variants of the card.
HDFC Bank Diners Club Credit Cards come with an unexpected benefit. Tonnes of targetted and secular reward point promotions. Here is a low down on some of them, and how to make the most of it.
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.
This past weekend, I happened to hop on to a flight from the A-gates of the Mumbai airport after a couple of months. And I was in the Carnations Lounge, which I have access to thanks to my Jet Airways status, as well as with the Priority Pass. I’ve seen this lounge shrinking over a period of time, first to accommodate the American Express Lounge which opened up for American Express Platinum members. And now, the Diners Club lounge which is open. Unlike the Amex Lounge, the Diners Club lounge is an open area and not a glass enclosure. It seems the food and drinks are going to be the same as for the regular access available to the lounge…