Standard Chartered Bank and EaseMyTrip have collaborated together to launch the Standard Chartered EaseMyTrip Credit Card which provides a host of benefits on using the card for hotel and flight bookings. The card offers various discounts and rewards including complimentary domestic lounge access every calendar quarter.
We will have a look at the features and benefits of this card and how you can apply for it.
Given below are the benefits of Standard Chartered EaseMyTrip Credit Card:
Some of the features of Standard Chartered EaseMyTrip Credit Card are:
Given below are the eligibility criteria you will have to fulfil to apply for this credit card:
Given below are the documents you will have to submit to apply for this credit card:
|Annual Fee||Rs.350 + GST|
|Renewal Fee||Rs.350 + GST|
You can apply for this credit card through the BankBazaar website or through the website of Standard Chartered Bank.
To apply through BankBazaar:
Given below are the steps you will have to follow to apply for Standard Chartered EaseMyTrip credit card through the bank's website:
You can also apply for this credit card offline by visiting the nearest Standard Chartered Bank where you will have to fill in the application form and submit it along with all the necessary documents. The bank will verify the application form and the documents, and if all the details are correct, then your application for the card will be approved.
No, there is no capping on the reward points earned on a monthly basis on Standard Chartered EaseMyTrip credit card.
The reward points earned on EaseMyTrip credit card will expire within 2 years from the date on which the points were earned.
1 reward point is equal to Rs.0.25.
Yes, you will earn reward points on transactions converted into EMI.
No, you cannot redeem your reward points accumulated on Standard Chartered EaseMyTrip credit card against your outstanding credit card amount.
Yes, she will enjoy the benefits provided by the credit card if she is an add-on member.
If you lose your credit card then immediately inform the bank about it and get your card blocked. The bank will then arrange a replacement card.
You can ask the bank for a replacement card if your original credit card gets damaged.
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