A co-branded credit card has tie-ups with multiple payment networks or it can also be a card with multiple partner merchants. Some popular co-branded cards are mentioned to help you understand the benefits of co-branded cards better.
- Jet Airways Citibank Gold Card: This card is free for life, i.e. there are no annual maintenance charges or fees. The card’s primary benefit is that it offers 4 JetPrivilege miles on every spent of Rs. 100 and upgrade vouchers when the customers has earned 4,500 miles on the card. The card also offers amazing discounts and rewards on the purchase of gold jewellery and ornaments from select merchants.
- ICICI Bank Unifare Credit Card: This card from ICICI targets a very specific group of people – Delhiites who travel extensively on the Delhi Metro. This credit card combines the benefits of a Delhi Metro smart card with the advantages of a regular ICICI credit card. One of the distinct advantages is the auto top-up facility of the card which recharges your Delhi Metro Transit chip. With this card in your pocket, you never have to stand in a ticket or recharge queue in any Delhi Metro station ever again. This also comes with other points and rewards schemes which are common to other ICICI cards.
- ABN Amro Adlabs Credit Card: This card offers reward points on movie ticket purchases from the Adlabs Cinemas. Other additional benefits include special offers such as exclusive ticket counters for card holders, special invitations for movie premieres, and reserved seats for new movies releases.
- SBI Railway Card: Analogous to cards which offers air miles, this card allows the customers to earn railway points from railway ticket purchases. . Some other benefits of this card are the zero transaction charges on online railway ticket booking and a railway insurance of Rs. 10 lakh in the case of loss of life in a railway accident while travelling on a valid ticket.