Up to Rs 7500 cash back every 15 Minutes for top spender
SRINAGAR: HDFC Bank today launched Best Offer Chutki Mein, Bank Aapki Muththi Mein’; a festive campaign that gives its credit and debit card customers the chance to get up to Rs 7,500/- every 15 minutes. This is over and above merchant discounts of up to 30% available on his or her card through Smartbuy The campaign will run every day until December 31, 2015.
In this campaign, the top spender among debit card customers as well as credit card customers, will both receive Rs 5,000/- as cashback every fifteen minutes. Furthermore, if the top spender has completed the purchase through Payzapp, HDFC Banks one-click payment solution, they get an additional Rs 2,500/- as cashback, bringing the total reward to Rs 7,500/-. Customers can also avail of merchants discounts up to 30% available to customers through Smartbuy, the virtual marketplace within Payzapp.
Customers can participate in this campaign in three simple steps
1) Download Payzapp
2) Register and link credit or debit card
3) Access Smartbuy for purchases and payment.
The bank has also launched campaigns on its personal loans and auto loans, offering special preferential rates during the festive season.
Speaking at the launch, Zubair Iqbal, Circle Head, HDFC Bank said, At HDFC Bank, we are leveraging digital solutions to offer customers superior experience, convenience and value. They have access to a one-stop, one-click payment solution that will change the way they make all types of purchases. The Best Offer Chutki Mein campaign takes this digital experience a step further, offering customers even more benefits and value, along with a chance to get cash back every 15 minutes.
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