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Miles & More in strategic partnership with Times Internet

Miles & More members will now be able to redeem accumulated miles for products on Miles & More is the frequent flyer programme of Lufthansa, Adria Airways, Air Dolomiti, Air One, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Luxair and Swiss. All that the members need to do is log on to and go to the shopping section to choose the product they want from the huge list of shopping options provided on the portal.

At the time of payment the member needs to share his/her Miles & More card number as well as PIN number to redeem the points. The award redeemed against miles would then be sent by courier to the member’s address.

Every six miles will be equivalent to Re 1 and the member needs to have at least 7,500 miles in his account before he is allowed to redeem them.

The tie-up is yet another innovation from Miles & More aimed at providing additional benefits to members. This initiative allows the members to redeem miles from within India itself.


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