Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card 2017

Joining feesNil
First Year Annual Fees Rs. 1,000
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year Rs. 1,000; waived on annual spend of Rs. 1 or more
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month3.25%
Brand Partner Diners Club
Late Payment Charges NIL

Eligibility Criteria for Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card

  • Age of the applicant
  • Salaried - 21 to 60 years
  • Self Employed - 21 to 65 years

Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card Features

  • Redeem reward points as cashback against outstanding amount on credit card; 100 reward points equal Rs. 25
  • Zero lost card liability post reporting loss of card

Benefits of Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card

  • Earn cashback of Rs. 2,900 by spending Rs. 5 lakh
  • Save up to Rs. 1,800 every year on fuel transactions
  • First year fee reversed on spend of Rs. 10,000 in first 90 days and renewal fee reversed on spend Rs. 50,000 in a year
  • 2 reward points on Rs. 150 spent. 50% more points on dining spends
  • Fuel surcharge waiver capped at Rs. 250 in a billing cycle

Documents required for Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card

  • PAN card photocopy or Form 60
  • Colour photograph
  • Income proof: Latest payslip/Form 16/IT return copy
  • Residence proof : Passport/ Ration Card/ Electricity bill/ Landline telephone bill
  • Identity proof : Passport/ Driving License/ PAN Card/ Aadhaar card

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Frequently Asked Questions on Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card

What charges I need to pay as joining fee for Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card?

Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card charge a joining fee of Nil.

What is the annual fee for Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card?

Annual fee charged on Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card is Rs. 1,000.

Can I waive off my annual fee on Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card?

No, there is no waiver on your Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card annual fee.

Is there any late payment charge on Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card?

No, Hdfc Bank does not charge any late payment fee on your Diners Club Premium Card.

What is the second year renewal fee on Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card?

Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card charges a second year renewal fee of Rs. 1,000.

What is the interest charge per month on Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card?

Hdfc Bank Diners Club Premium Card charges an interest of 3.25% per month.

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News - Feb 2017
27th Feb 17 IDBI Bank is set to receive Rs. 3,000 crore bailout package from government
The Central Government of India is set to invest Rs. 3,000 crore in IDBI Bank as a bailout package. The infusion of funds is expected to help the bank in maintaining its capital adequacy ratio and revive its falling credit growth. Earlier the bank has received approval from board of directors to divest some of its non core activities through which the bank expects to raise Rs. 5,000 crore.
27th Feb 17 Private Equity Firm True North plans to buy major stake in Home First Finance Company for Rs. 600 crore
Private equity firm, True North is likely to buy a major stake in a mortgage firm Home First Finance Company (HFFC) for Rs. 600 crore. True North is expected to invest half of the amount in the company and remaining funds will be paid to the existing shareholders of the company. HFFC primarily deals in providing affordable home loans to low and middle income customers who are first time home buyers.
27th Feb 17 Piramal ties up with CDPQ for realty investments in five major Indian cities
Piramal Enterprises have entered into strategic partnership with Ivanhoe Cambridge, subsidiary of CDPQ, to provide equity capital to residential developers across five major Indian cities. The funds will be invested in select developers with demonstrated execution track record, focus corporate governance and ability to generate strong returns. The investment fund is likely to be focused on the real estate projects in Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Chennai and Pune.
27th Feb 17 Indian gold hits four months high on global cues
Gold prices rose by Rs. 325 to cross the Rs. 30,000 mark and reached Rs. 30,175 per 10 grams in the bullion market on 25th February, 2017. Globally, gold prices rose by 0.61 percent to 1,256 dollars an ounce on 25th Feb. As per the gold experts, price rise is driven by higher gold demand by local jewellers to meet the ongoing wedding season gold demand from customers in India.
27th Feb 17 Asian Development Bank signs loan agreement with India for Industrial Corridor
India and Asian Development Bank has signed a loan agreement of 375 million dollars to develop a Chennai industrial corridor of 800 km. ADB in its statement have said that they have sanctioned a total of 500 million dollars loan to develop key infrastructure in main four centers of Vishakhapatnam, Kakinada, Amaravati and Yerpedu in Andhra Pradesh in the proposed corridor. Out of the total funds, 125 million dollars will be utilised for capacity building of institutions engaged in corridor management and to support developmental activities of industries.
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