SpiceJet, SBI Cards tie up for co-branded credit card
New Delhi, Mar 27: Low-cost airline SpiceJet today (Mar 27, 2006) announced a tie-up with SBI Cards in an effort to capture a fast-growing segment of consumers with high disposable income.
The co-branded credit card is in association with MasterCard International, a global payments industry leader with acceptance at over one million ATMs and 24 million locations worldwide.
The SpiceJet SBI MasterCard is loaded with complementary air accident insurance cover worth Rs five million, purchase protection and flexi-pay features. The facilities also include loss of baggage cover worth Rs 10,000 and delay in checked in baggage cover worth Rs 5,000.
SpiceJet operates 40 flights a day and carries over 200,000 passenger a month, using 189-seater Boeing 737-800 aircraft.