Icici Bank Jet Airways Rubyx Card

Benefits and Features of Icici Bank Jet Airways Rubyx Card

Joining feesRs. 2,500
First Year Annual Fees Nil
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year Rs. 2,500
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month3.50%
Brand Partner Jet Airways
Key Features
  • JetPrivilege membership program welcomes you abord with a bonus of 6,250 JPMiles on your Jet Airways ICICI Bank Rubyx Credit Cards.
  • Enjoy delicious treats at 800 leading reastaurants across citites in India courtesy culinary Treats and save minimum 15% .
  • Protection from lost card with liability of 50,000 that includes loss up to 2 days prior to reporting the same.
  • Account Takeover Cover: Remain protected in the event of your personal details being accessed and misused by a third person
Benefits and Rewards
  • Get bonus of 3,000 JPMiles within 45 days post payment of your joining fee.JPMiles refers to the air miles currency for Jet Airways.
  • Get annual bonus of 2500 JPMiles at the time of renewing your card.
  • Every year get bonus of 2,500 JPMiles when you renew your Jet Airways ICICI Bank Coral Credit Card.
  • Save 2.5% on fuel surcharge every time of refuel at HPCL pumps upto a maximum spend of Rs 4000 per transaction.

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