Recently, Citibank launched PremierMiles credit card that helps them accumulate reward points, in the form of ‘PremierMiles’.

An online news portal about business and economy – economictimes.indiatimes.com, writes about PremierMiles credit card of Citibank, “Under the programme, card members earn 10 premier miles for every 100 spent on airline ticket bookings made at airline-owned websites, airline booking counters or through the PremierMiles portal. For each non-airline spend worth 100, the card holder can earn 2.5 miles.

Upon activation, the card account is credited with 5,000 premier miles. If you incur expenses of 4 lakh using this card in a year, you will be entitled to a bonus of 2,500 premier miles. The points so earned cannot be clubbed with the frequent flyer points you may have earned.

The card membership also entitles the holder access to VIP lounges at airports across the world and offers on accommodation at hotels in the network. The card comes with a built-in overseas medical insurance and fraud protection plan.

Those wishing to obtain the card will have to shell out an annual fee of 5,000, which could be seen by some, particularly those looking for a diverse rewards programme, as trifle expensive for a primarily airline focused card. To redeem the points collected, card holders will have to visit the bank’s designated portal. They can also make their flight ticket bookings through the site.”

So, PremierMiles credit card of Citibank helps in booking air ticket specially. Card holder earns miles also from the card.

Further the news portal writes about the benefits of PremierMiles credit card, “The rewards programme is not restricted to any particular airline. Miles accumulated can be redeemed for tickets of several international and domestic airlines, including low-cost carriers.”

PremierMiles credit card of Citibank is considered as the best card after Multi-utility Cards of Corporation Bank.

Advertisements