- Bank of Baroda customers can avail a cashback of 20% up to Rs 1000
- YES Bank customer can get a cashback of Rs 2000 on international bookings of value Rs 10,000 or above
Pertaining to its 13th anniversary, the budget carrier IndiGo has announced a discount sale on ticket fares for both domestic and international travel. The lowest discounted price starts at Rs 999 for a domestic ticket and for international tickets, it is Rs 3499. The discount sale will be available until August 4, 2019, and can be booked for the journeys between August 15, 2019, to March 28, 2020.
“It’s our 13th anniversary, so, the treat is on us! With fares as low as INR 999, we want you all to hop in and join the celebration! Book now,” IndiGo tweeted.
The passenger has to make the booking 15 days before the travel to avail the offer. Moreover, IndiGo has announced offers for different customers based on their mode of payments. To say, the travellers who book tickets with Bank of Baroda debit or credit card can avail a cashback of 20% up to Rs 1000. The minimum order of value must be Rs 4000 to avail this offer. The offer is valid only on one transaction per customer during the promotion period. The first valid transaction using the Bank of Baroda’s card will only be eligible for the benefit under this offer.
Similarly, the customer who is using YES Bank credit card can get a cashback of Rs 2000 on international bookings of value Rs 10,000 or above. Similar to Bank of Baroda’s offer, the cashback can be availed on one transaction per customer during the promotion period.
All discounts are limited to the ticket cost and do not apply to airport charges or any other government charges applicable on the tickets. The customers can change their itinerary at a later change, if required, on paying the applicable change fee and fare difference.
Each offer is standalone and cannot be clubbed with another offer, scheme or promotions. The offer applies to all bookings made from any platform or channels.
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