India-based airline IndiGo has teamed up with HDFC Bank to roll out its travel credit card powered by Mastercard.
Dubbed Ka-ching, the credit card has been launched in two variants, 6E Rewards and 6E Rewards XL.
The card is expected to provide flyers with a richer travel experience with varied benefits and rewards on domestic or international travels, CNBC reported, citing the airline as stating.
Depending on the card variant, the cardholders can win complimentary air tickets on activation of an amount between INR1,500 to INR3,000.
The credit cards will allow customers to accumulate accelerated 6E rewards on IndiGo transactions, the report added.
The Ka-ching cardholders can earn additional 10-15% 6E rewards on shopping, transport, the medical bill spends.
Mastercard concierge services have been made available for cardholders, which includes airport limousine service, besides savings on hotels, car rentals and flight bookings.
IndiGo chief commercial officer William Boulter said: “For us, it’s always about giving our customers a memorable and hassle-free experience when they fly IndiGo.
“The launch of ‘Ka-ching’ reinforces that commitment.
“We are excited to indulge our customers with 6E reward points on flight bookings, dining, entertainment and another spend that can be redeemed for IndiGo flight tickets.
“This confidence also emanates from our partners HDFC Bank and Mastercard, who have a vast reach, which will complement IndiGo’s network and reach within the country, while offering unique experiences to our customers.”
The Ka-ching card will also provide 14 travel and lifestyle benefits.
In December 2019, Walmart India rolled out a co-branded credit card in collaboration with HDFC Bank, which is also available in two variants.
In September, IndianOil and HDFC Bank rolled out a co-branded fuel credit card for users in non-metro cities and towns.
In August, HDFC Bank and Mastercard rolled out a new range of card offerings for millennials.