Use SBI Cards On Amazon, Flipkart & Get 10% Cashback! SBI’s Festive Offer Starts From This Date (Full Details)
This festive season comes with many offers from credit and debit card issuers.
Joining the league, on Wednesday, India’s largest pure-play credit card issuer SBI Card announced its three-day festival to offer cashback benefits for online shopping on all domestic e-commerce platforms beginning next month.
SBI Card Festive Offers
According to this announcement, the three-day mega shopping festive offer also called Dumdaar Dus will start on October 3.
It is noteworthy here that these offerings are not restricted to just one or two e-commerce portals.
The release said that customers can avail 10 percent cash back on their purchases.
SBI Card Giving Many Facility To Its Customers
The Managing Director and CEO, SBI Card, Rama Mohan Rao Amara, said, “We rely on and harness the power of data analytics to sharpen our propositions. Over a period, we have observed that an increasing number of our cardholders are shopping online, across a wide range of platforms and product categories, especially during the festive period,”.
Further adding that SBI Card also aims to reiterate its brand commitment to offering cardholders convenient, seamless, and secure payment solutions, anywhere, anytime through this offer.
SBI Card Providing Online EMI Transaction Facility
Considering the growing popularity of EMI transactions, this offer will also be available on online merchant EMI transactions.
SBI Card also plans to launch a digital campaign featuring actor Jaaved Jaaferi who accentuates the brand message effortlessly with his versatility and humorous characterization to give a boost to this festive offer 2021.
Not To Forget
The cashback which will be provided by this offer will be on the purchase of a wide range of products including mobile phones and accessories, TV and large appliances, laptops and tablets, home furnishing, kitchen appliances, fashion and lifestyle, sports and fitness, among others.
Also note that this offer will not be applicable on online spending in some categories such as insurance, travel, wallet, jewelry, education, healthcare, and utility merchants.