India’s biggest carrier IndiGo on Thursday propelled a co-marked credit card Ka-Ching in a joint effort with HDFC Bank and MasterCard.

The credit cards will be accessible in two variations – the essential ‘6E Rewards’ and the exceptional card ‘6E Rewards XL’.

Yearly enrollment expense of ‘6E Rewards‘ will be Rs750 while that of ‘6E Rewards XL’ will be Rs3,000, IndiGo Chief Commercial Officer Willy Boulter said uninvolved of the dispatch.

InterGlobe Aviation Ltd-worked IndiGo and HDFC Bank are targetting 1 million cards in three years, Parag Rao, nation head of installment arrangements and advertising at HDFC Bank, said at the dispatch.

On enacting the card, 6E Rewards and 6E Rewards XL clients will get complimentary air tickets worth Rs1,500 and Rs3,000, separately.

The co-marked credit card incorporates advantages, for example, relax get to, need registration at air terminals, limited comfort expense and fuel charge waivers.

The Indigo credit card will permit clients to collect rewards focuses on exchanges on all exchanges, with those on IndiGo and certain accomplices like Netmeds, Be U, among others, gaining higher focuses.

IndiGo’s co-marked card is not quite the same as other aircraft dependability programs like JetPrivilege and Club Vistara as the focuses will be earned uniquely with the card and not be connected to a carrier account like on account of others.