IOCL joins hands with JetPrivilege to enable members earn and redeem JPMiles initially at 100 fuel outlets in Mumbai and Delhi
GN Bureau | March 7, 2018
The state-run oil marketing company, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) has joined hands with Jet Privilege Private Limited (JPPL) to empower members to earn as well as redeem JPMiles whenever they refuel their vehicles at select IOCL outlets.
This is the first time that a frequent flyer programme (FFP) in India has collaborated with a fuel company like IOCL.
The ability for JetPrivilege members to earn and redeem JPMiles will be initially available at 100 IndianOil outlets in Mumbai & Delhi, with plans to expand to over 500 outlets across 8 cities in 2018.
From March 6, JetPrivilege members will be a step closer towards earning a free flight by simply mentioning their JetPrivilege membership number when paying for their fuel at IOCL outlets.
Alternatively, JetPrivilege members can also redeem their existing JPMiles to purchase fuel at the same outlets.
The members will earn 1 JPMile on every Rs 150 spent on regular fuel and 3 JPMiles on every Rs 150 spent on XtraPremium at IndianOil outlets. In case of redemption, for every 4 JPMiles, the members will get Re 1 worth of fuel.
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