Axis Bank Online Banking
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Axis Bank Online Banking

Axis Bank was founded in India in 1990 as UTI Bank. It is the 3rd largest private sector bank in India with about 2402 branches. It also has overseas locations in at Singapore, Colombo, Hong Kong, Dubai, Shanghai and Abu Dhabi. The bank also has a subsidiary in the UK called Axis Bank UK ltd.

Axis Bank provides a variety of personal credit cards that customers can apply for based on their needs. There are 5 categories of cards that include Premium cards, MY Cards, New Launches, Co Branded cards and others. For more information about the credit cards offered by the bank, click here.

Personal Credit Cards

MY Business

MY Business

Miles & More

Miles & More

MY Choice

MY Choice

MY Zone

MY Zone

Platinum

Platinum

Pride Signature

Pride Signature

 Privilege

Privilege

Titanium

Titanium

 Signature

Signature

Shriram

Shriram

Pride Platinum

Pride Platinum

Neo

Neo

Insta Easy

Insta Easy

MY Wings

MY Wings

 

How to Apply

The Axis Bank credit card application process varies depending on the type of card the applicant is interested in. You have to visit a branch location for some cards while you can apply online for others. The online application process is outlined in the next section.

Online Application

Below is the step by step process for applying for credit cards online:

Step 1 – Open the Axis Bank credit cards page and select a card of your choice. If the card has an “Apply Now” link, it is possible to apply online. Click on the link to start the application process.

Axis Bank Credit Card Application - Step 1

Axis Bank Credit Card Application – Step 1

Step 2 – On the next page, you will be required to provide your personal details to determine whether you are eligible to apply for the card. Fill in all the details and click on ‘Check your eligibility’.

Axis Bank Credit Card Application - Step 2

Axis Bank Credit Card Application – Step 2

Step 3 – Fill in the credit card application form to complete your application.