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IndiGo partners with HDFC Bank to launch first credit card
Source: IRIS | 28 Feb, 2020, 01.19PM
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InterGlobe Aviation, the parent company of IndiGo, partners with HDFC Bank to launch its first credit card 'Ka-ching', powered by Mastercard.

Customers can avail of complimentary Air Tickets on activation worth between Rs 1500 and Rs 3000, depending on the variant. The credit cards will allow customers to accrue accelerated 6E Rewards on IndiGo transactions. They can also earn additional 10-15% 6E Rewards on dining, shopping, transport, medical bill spends with Featured Partners. Furthermore, customers will have access to other benefits including priority check-in, choice of seat, and a complimentary meal.

The Ka-ching card will also offer 14 travel and lifestyle benefits. This includes exclusive lounge access, complimentary expert medical opinions from global experts, freedom to play golf in some of the top golf courses in India. Card holders will also be able to avail Mastercard concierge services, airport limousine service and enjoy premium benefits and savings on hotels, car rentals and flight bookings.

Speaking about the launch, William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo said, ''For us, it's always about giving our customers a memorable and hassle-free experience when they fly IndiGo. The launch of 'Ka-ching' reinforces that commitment. We are excited to indulge our customers with 6E reward points on flight bookings, dining, entertainment and other spends that can be redeemed for IndiGo flight tickets.

Shares of the company declined Rs 63.45, or 4.64%, to trade at Rs 1,302.90. The total volume of shares traded was 62,459 at the BSE (12.20 p.m., Friday).

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