By Niroj Dash Apr. 18, 2019
Grounded airline Jet Airways announces new irresistible offers to redeem JPMiles - buy a tub of multiplex popcorn for 25,000 JP Miles, or save a million for exclusive Taimur selfie.
For all Jet customers worried about what you’re going to do with the JP miles you’ve collected over the years, the company has some good news for you. Sources say the grounded airlines recently tied up with multiplexes across the country to provide their former customers with some irresistible offers.
“For only 10,000 JP Miles, customers can now enjoy a samosa with free mint chutney at any multiplex, provided it’s not Friday or a weekend,” said a customer relationship manager at Jet Airways, who is expecting a barrage of positive emails any second now. “For merely 25,000 Jet Privilege Miles, customers can get a small only-salt popcorn as well.”
“And that’s not all,” the Jet employee added. “We’re giving our privileged customers a chance to interact with celebrities as well. For 1k JPMiles you’ll be given a free lunch with your idol Vivek Oberoi (he’s going to talk about his role in the PM movie constantly). For just 1 million JP Miles, you can even score an exclusive selfie with Taimur.”
For only 10,000 JP Miles, customers can now enjoy a samosa with free mint chutney at any multiplex, provided it’s not Friday or a weekend
According to an exclusive tip, Jet Airways has also tied up with Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions to promote the latest in the “Student of the Year” franchise. “Apparently there’s a plot twist towards the end of the movie where the student with the most JP Miles is named student of the year.
“This way the world will see, we don’t value just nepotism, but consider other parameters like how much of the world a person has travelled when choosing the best talent,” an employee of Dharma Productions told us, revealing that Aradhya, Taimur and Anil Kapoor for Student of the Year 23, which will release in 2035.
The consortium of banks that took over Jet Airways a few weeks ago has promised to reward its loyal customers. “We may not have the money to lift the grounded airlines or pay any of our staff anymore. But we’re willing to share our expertise,” a bank official said. “All Jet Privilege customers will get free Solitaire training from our bank staff. We can assure you they’re very good.”