IndiGo Offering Exclusive Benefits on Booking Through HDFC PayZapp

IndiGo’s partnership with HDFC Bank Limited will offer 15 % cashback to customers up to RS 1,000 on their flight bookings

By December 14th, 2019 AT 6:17 AM
Highlights
  • Passengers will get 15 % cashback up to Rs 1,000
  • The offer will be valid for Indian Residents only
  • Passengers can avail the benefits of the offer till 31st March 2020

IndiGo is the largest carrier of Indian Aviation. With a market share of 47.7 %, the airline operates in 60 domestic and 22 international destinations to give passengers a world-class flying experience. IndiGo offers a variety of add-on services to their customers to enhance their journey and give them a taste of the carrier’s hospitality. IndiGo has widely been known for its time commitments as it is one of the most punctual airlines in domestic aviation. If you’re a frequent flyer and use online methods to book your flight tickets, IndiGo offers an exclusive discount on such flight bookings. If the passengers are booking their flight tickets through HDFC Bank PayZapp, they will get exclusive cashback on their IndiGo flight tickets. Here are all the details you need to know about the HDFC Bank PayZapp Offer.

 

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Benefits Under HDFC PayZapp Offer

IndiGo being the largest carrier of domestic aviation, offer various discounts to their customers to give them a taste of carrier’s hospitality without burning their pockets. IndiGo is also one of the finest low-cost airlines of India. Under the offer HDFC PayZapp Offer, if the customers are booking their IndiGo flights through HDFC PayZapp, they will get 15 % cashback up to Rs, 1000. However, passengers must note that if they want to avail the offer, they must make the payments through PayZapp app either from Android or IOS mobile application.

How to Avail the Offer?

If the passengers want to avail the benefits of the offer, they must book their IndiGo flights before 31st March 2020 through IndiGo’s official website or mobile application using the HDFC Bank PayZapp. If the bookings are made after 31st March 2020, IndiGo will not entertain the bookings and will not provide the cashback under the offer.

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Things You Must Know About the Offer

Passengers must note that the offer will be made by HDFC Bank Limited to customers who are booking their IndiGo flights from their official website or mobile application using the HDFC PayZapp. If the passengers want to avail the benefits of the offer, they must make a minimum booking of Rs 4,000 for every single flight booking. IndiGo has noted that the offer will be valid for Indian resident and citizens only. In order to enjoy the benefits, passengers must ensure that they have fulfilled all the KYC norms in relation to the PayZapp as specified by HDFC. Once the passengers have booked the tickets, the offer will be non-transferable, non-refundable and non-encashable. Also, if the passengers cancel their booking partially of entirely, the offer will stand void, and no cashback will be offered to customers.

Passengers will get the cashback amount within 15 working days after the date of the transaction, and it will be credited to customers PayZapp prepaid card. Passengers must note that if they are booking their flight tickets through any travel agents, corporates or any other third parties, they will not be eligible for the offer. Once booked, passengers will not be able to club the offer with another offer by IndiGo. In every case with mutual agreement, HDFC and IndiGo will reserve the right to withdraw or terminate this offer without any prior information. Also, they will reserve the right to add, replace or amend any terms of this offer. Once the booking is made by customers, they will voluntarily agree to all the terms and conditions mentioned in the offer. If the passengers want to know more about the offer, they can visit the carrier’s official website and read more about them. In case of any disputes arises related to the offer, it will be subjected to courts at New Delhi.

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