Standard Chartered Bank Platinum Elite Card, a Lifestyle Credit Card

Get upto Rs 5,000/- Cashback*
Terms & Conditions Apply*
Apply Online

Benefits and Features of Standard Chartered Bank Platinum Elite Card

Joining feesRs. 4,995
First Year Annual Fees Rs. 6,000
Renewal Fees from 2nd Year Rs. 6,000
Interest Rate/ Finance Charges per month3.10%
Brand Partner Bajaj Finserv
Key Features
  • Get access to 600 lounges worldwide and charged up to USD 27 per member
  • Get tee off at 2000 golf courses globally which includes 20 premier courses in India
Benefits and Rewards
  • Spend Rs. 100 at hotels, dine, fuel and earn 5 reward points
  • Spend Rs. 100 at all other categories and get 2 reward points
  • Get 30% discount at leading restaurants across 65 cities in India and over 400 outlets around the world

More About Lifestyle Credit Cards in India

Lifestyle Card


Offers host of upgrades, services and benefits for those who frequently prefer to go on holidays with family/friends and enjoy a luxurious and personalized travel and stay experience.

Other Lifestyle Credit Cards in India

Lifestyle Cards

Apply Loan Online
 Salaried   Self Employed - Professional   Self Employed - Business 

I authorize MyLoanCare, its partners to contact me. This over rides my number being in NDNC registry
*My Finance Care Advisors Pvt. Ltd., or is a bank neutral multi bank platform that helps borrowers and bank customers compare loans and deposits of all banks in India at one place. Information carried at this website is based on perusal of public sources and should not be construed as an offer or solicitation or invitation to borrow or lend. The Company does not assure as to the correctness of information carried at the website. Lenders/ banks/ other parties may contact us at to provide corrections or updates. We may act as and/ or be associated with channel partners of banks and other sellers of financial products.
News - Oct 2016
18th Oct 16 Axis Bank cuts it benchmark MCLR by 5 base point rates
Axis Bank cuts it benchmark MCLR by 5 bps with effect from Tuesday. The bank has reduced down its rates across tenures, effectively reducing the overnight rates to 8.80 per cent while their three year lending rate is 9.35 percent. The bank announced the reduction after its peers such as ICICI, Kotak Mahindra, and Indian bank cut their lending rates following the RBI monetary policy review on October 4th, 2016.
18th Oct 16 Citibank gives special Diwali offers on personal loans
Citibank personal loan offers reduction in rates to 11.49 per cent for digital channels and online applications made at MyLoanCare. Bank offers 0.50 per cent discount on processing fee and an Amazon Gift Voucher of Rs. 250 for loans disbursed till 3rd November, 2016. Also, get a Flipkart Gift Voucher upto Rs. 2500 on applying through MyLoanCare.
17th Oct 16 SBI Chief: Sub 9 percent, marginal cost of lending rate (MCLR) will be doable soon
SBI chief Arundati Bhattacharya said that the deal with Essar group will get the debt transferred to another organization and also proposed to launch the joint venture with Brookfield Asset Management (Canadian Company) who had agreed to commit Rs. 7,000 Cr for distressed assets which will help the bank to reduce down the lending rates further. She emphasized that the bank had cut 95 bps out of total 150 bps cut in rates and also MCLR would reduce down shortly.
15th Oct 16 Axis, Kotak Mahindra Banks tests blockchain transactions
ICICI Bank has done successful execution of its first two transactions using blockchain technology, now other private sector banks gear up for the technology. Axis Bank and Kotak Mahindra Bank are conducting pilot transactions in trade settlements and cross border remittances, while HDFC is still assessing the opportunity.
14th Oct 16 PNB Housing Finance cuts home loan rates by 10 basis points
PNB Housing has reduced its home loan rates by 10 bps. The floating home loan rates have been reduced to 9.45 per cent from 9.55 per cent while fixed rates decreased to 9.4 from 9.5 per cent. PNBHFL has also cut its loan against property rates by 25 bps to 11 per cent from 11.25 per cent. This rate cut will be effective from 14th October, 2016.