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Vistara Card 2021

Vistara Card Fee and Charges

Last Updated 14th Jul 2021
Joining fees₹ 10,000
First Year Annual Fees ₹ 10,000
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year ₹ 10,000
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month2.95%
Brand Partner Vistara
Late Payment Charges ₹ 750
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Vistara Card Features

  • 1 complimentary Economy/Premium Economy/Business class ticket on joining, depending on the Basic, Signature and Infinite Vistara Card
  • 4 CV points to grab on every spend of ₹ 200.
  • Air Accident Cover of upto ₹ 2,50,00,000
  • Avail 3,000 bonus reward points on spending ₹75,000 in a year.

Vistara Card Benefits

  • Avail exclusive Club Vistara Silver Membership privileges like priority check-in as well as additional baggage allowance
  • Complimentary lounge access at select airport within India
  • Delectable discount of minimum 15% off at partner restaurants across the country
  • Enjoy complimentary lounge access at select airports within India

Vistara Card Eligibility

An applicant needs to meet the following criteria to get Vistara Card from Axis Bank:

  • CIBIL: Axis Bank require a minimum CIBIL score of 700 for issuing its Vistara 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 and airline card give ease and convenience of travel if you are a regular and a frequent airline business traveller in India or to international destinations. These cards comes with exciting offers like air miles, hotel discounts, reward points on every spending etc. With these cards you can easily make the transactions in foreign country.
  • 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.

FAQs

What charges I need to pay as joining fee for Vistara Card of Axis Bank?

Joining fee charged on Axis Bank Vistara Card is ₹ 10,000.

What is the annual fee for Vistara Card ?

Annual fee charged on Vistara Card is ₹ 10,000.

Can I waive off my annual fee on Vistara Card ?

no waiver on your Vistara Card annual fee.

Is there any late payment charge on Vistara Card ?

No, Axis Bank does not charge any late payment fee on your Vistara Card.

What is the second year renewal fee on Vistara Card ?

Axis Bank charges a second year renewal fee of ₹ 10,000 on your Vistara Card

What is the interest charge per month on Vistara Card ?

Axis Bank charges an interest of 2.95% per month on Vistara Card.


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