Axis Bank Miles and More Card 2020

Last Updated 18th Feb 2020

Joining fees₹ 10,000
First Year Annual Fees ₹ 4,500
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year ₹ 4,500
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month2.95%
Brand Partner Lufthansa
Late Payment Charges ₹ 700
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Axis Bank Miles and More Card Features

  • Reap benefits of both, being a Miles & More Axis Bank Credit Cardholder and a Miles & More member
  • Welcome Bonus on first transaction of up to 15,000 miles
  • Complimentary membership to Priority Pass and access to over 1000 airport lounges across the globe.
  • Up to 6 award miles per Rs. 200 spent

Axis Bank Miles and More Card Benefits

  • Get 1% fuel surcharge refund on fuel transactions worth Rs. 400 to Rs. 5000 at all petrol pumps in India
  • Redeem accumulated miles in Flight bookings, hotels, shopping, car rentals, etc
  • Assistance on Flight bookings, Table reservations, exclusive events/shows, gift deliveries and so much more
  • Book flights with all the Star Alliance airline partners and upgrade an already booked air ticket to a higher class of service
  • A minimum 15% off at partner restaurants in India

Axis Bank Miles and More Card Eligibility

An applicant needs to meet the following criteria to get Miles and More Card from Axis Bank:

  • CIBIL: Axis Bank require a minimum CIBIL score of 700 for issuing its Miles and More Card.
  • Occupation: Axis Bank offers this credit card to both, salaried and self employed professionals and businessman with regular source of income.
Eligibility ParametersCriteria
CIBIL Score700 and above
OccupationSalaried and Self Employed

More about Travel and Airline Card

  • Travel with comfort
  • Travel and airline card give ease and convenience of travel if you are a regular and a frequent airline business traveler in India and to international destinations.
  • Earn additional travel mile points on each ticket purchase if you are a part of frequent flying program for an airline.
  • Miles can be transferred to airline partners.
  • Accumulated miles in your account never expire.
  • Access to premium lounges.
  • In-flight purchase discounts on food.
  • World wide acceptance of the card.

More about Rewards Card

  • Get rewards for spending
  • Rewards card offers you reward points, every time you spend on pre-specified categories. Get attractive gift vouchers and discount coupons available on accumulated reward points.
    Rewards cards are similar to cash back credit cards, but instead of receiving cash when you spend you gain reward points which can be converted into vouchers spendable at a large range of retailers.
  • Receive rewards at leading hotels, dining outlets, apparel stores, departmental stores.
  • Lounge access at selected airports.
  • Enjoy offers on holidays, golfing retreats, movie tickets, dining and more.
  • Redeem awards at a large number of shopping outlets include online retailers.
  • Convert your purchases into easy to pay EMIs.

Frequently Asked Questions on Axis Bank Miles and More Card

What charges I need to pay as joining fee for Miles and More Card of Axis Bank?

Joining fee charged on Axis Bank Miles and More Card is ₹ 10,000.

What is the annual fee for Miles and More Card ?

Annual fee charged on Miles and More Card is ₹ 4,500.

Can I waive off my annual fee on Miles and More Card ?

No, there is no waiver on your Miles and More Card annual fee.

Is there any late payment charge on Miles and More Card ?

No, Axis Bank does not charge any late payment fee on your Miles and More Card.

What is the second year renewal fee on Miles and More Card ?

Axis Bank charges a second year renewal fee of ₹ 4,500 on your Miles and More Card.

What is the interest charge per month on Miles and More Card ?

Axis Bank charges an interest of 2.95% per month on Miles and More Card.

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