Low-cost airline SpiceJet has launched a pre-paid card scheme for its frequent fliers, offering them rewards points on purchase of products and services through the airline’s website as well as online/offline shopping through its retail partners.
SpiceClub, which has been launched for the first time by any Indian airline, offers its loyalty club members opportunity to not just save money but also get rewarded while spending more with the airline, a release said today.
The program which can be availed for membership at a minimum of Rs 599 offers benefits worth up to Rs 5,999.
These earned rewards can be redeemed on the airline’s website as well as for online/offline purchase of partners’ products and services, it said.
The card comes with privileges such as a free ticket on birthday, up to 50 per cent discount on domestic air tickets for a couple on anniversaries, free vouchers, priority check-in and updates about new offers, among others, for its members, the airline said.
“We are always looking at ways and means to serve our customers better. With SpiceClub in your wallet, you are more than just a customer for SpiceJet and that is something that will drive the whole agenda of customer delight for us while offering customized and attractive benefits to our members,” SpiceJet vice president for business development Amit Srivastava said in the release.
Gurgaon-based SpiceJet operates 298 daily flights to 40 destinations, including 34 domestic and six international ones, connecting its network with a fleet of 26 Boeing 737 and three Airbus A320/A 319 family aircraft along with 14 Bombardier Q-400s.