Vistara announced the launch of ‘Purple Card’ By Elets News Network - 03 September 2021


India’s highest-rated airline and finest full service carrier, Vistara, announced today the launch of ‘Purple Ticket’ a flexible gift card for travel on Vistara, that can be used by customers for themselves or for personal and corporate gifting. The e-card can be purchased from the vistara website in increments starting from INR 250 up to INR 20,000, and can be customized for the recipient and the gifting occasion. The card is valid for 365 days from the date of purchase.

The Purple Ticket has been developed in association with Qwikcilver, a Pine Labs company that specialises in gift card retail solutions. The card can also be used to purchase online tickets as well as additional services such as preferred seat booking, lounge access, and excess baggage, apart from buying a ticket.

Vinod Kannan, Chief Commercial Officer, Vistara said, “Gifting, across cultures, is a way of sharing joy and happiness, and Vistara’s Purple Ticket gift cards will allow our customers to gift flexible travel experiences to their loved ones, regardless of the occasion. We are delighted to bring this useful, efficient, and unique gift option to our retail and corporate customers alike ahead of the festive season to help make gifting easier and journeys happier.”

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Kumar Sudarsan, President – Gift & Stored Value, Pine Labs said, “Qwikcilver is very proud to serve Vistara, the leading International Airline, with our state of the art Asset Manager Solution, developed in collaboration with Amadeus. Asset Manager is a fully integrated, SaaS based, GDPR ready, future proof and holistic solution, which brings significant value to airlines and their passengers across the world, through instant, real-time gratification by way of seamless usage and tracking of Gift Cards, Refunds, Compensation vouchers, and the likes. Qwikcilver keenly looks forward to working with Vistara and scale this program to fly to even greater heights.”

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