Axis Bank Platinum Card, a Low Fee Credit Card

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Benefits and Features of Axis Bank Platinum Card

Joining feesNil
First Year Annual Fees Nil
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year Nil
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month3.25%
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Key Features
  • Withdraw cash worldwide over 1 million visa or mastercard ATMs
  • Pay back your EMIs at low rate of interest by transferring the outstanding balance of other banks credit cards to your SBI Platinum Card
  • With easy bill pay facility on your card, pay your electricity, telephone, mobile and other utility bills
  • Enjoy access to more than 300 golf courses globally
Benefits and Rewards
  • Spend more than Rs. 2 lakhs in the previous year and get a voucher worth Rs. 3,000 as renewal gift Yatra, Jabong, Marks & Spencer, Westside, Shoppers Stop can get you an E- Gift Voucher worth Rs. 3,000
  • Get 2.5% surcharge waiver on fuel transactions worth Rs 500 to Rs 3000 at all petrol pumps in India
  • Make a purchase of Rs. 2500 or more using your card and convert your transaction in to EMI

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