The Reserve Bank of India has required that MasterCard stop issuing new cards in India from July 22, 2021, onwards. Here is what we know so far.
Tag Archives for MasterCard.
If you are wondering how to pay your rent with your credit card, look no further. We have compiled all the available options, compared them and given you the lowdown about the ones that work and ones to ignore. Check it out!
IndiGo, India’s biggest airline, has finally launched a co-branded credit card with HDFC Bank. Here is everything you need to know about the newest card product to hit the market.
IndiGo and HDFC Bank are all set to make a major announcement today, for you guessed it. There will be plastic involved and money involved as well.
Through August, save 20% when you buy your Junglee Chicken Sandwich on your next IndiGo flight and pay with your MasterCard. You could also wash it down a Paperboat beverage along.
MasterCard is presently running a promotion in collaboration with Leading Hotels of the World where you get a USD 150 credit when paying for the stay with your MasterCard. This promotion is open for all MasterCard holders so worth taking a look at the details.
Uber and MasterCard are offering a 4th ride free promotion till the end of February 2017. This could be of interest to those who hold a MasterCard and use Uber.
Accor Hotels are running a promotion in conjunction with MasterCard where Club Accor members will get complimentary breakfast for two when booking stays through MasterCard. This promotion is valid for stays through October 31,2016.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World offers complimentary membership to their membership program’s mid-tier to AMEX, MasterCard and Diners Club card holders. Read on to find out more about member levels, benefits and how you can direct access to the upgraded membership tier.
MasterCard has revamped their lounge access program to offer 31 lounges in 13 cities across India till December 31, 2016. Check out the details of the cities and the various lounges that are on offer for complimentary access for the next 16 months.
One of the favourite features I have with my various MasterCard products in India is the ability to access lounges at various airports. Why would MasterCard do this? Well, to increase the spread of their cards with clients via Banks. Banks also look at this feature as a differentiation factor, and chip in for a few lounge trips as well. I realise I last wrote about the ability to access lounges with MasterCard products way back in 2012. Since lounge contracts change all the time, I figured it is a good time to write a new post. Under the program, holders of premium MasterCard products (issued in India by select banks) are admitted to select lounges across India, if they…