- Passengers will get 12 % cashback up to Rs 5,000 under the IndusInd Bank Offer
- The offer will be valid for Indian Citizens on
- Passengers will get the cashback within 90 days from the end of promotion period
IndiGo is one of the most beloved carriers of Indian Aviation when it comes to world-class flying experience and affordable fares. Being the largest carrier in Indian Aviation, IndiGo offers a variety of add-on services to their customers to give them a comfortable flying experience. If the passengers are looking for Priority services, they can opt for Indigo Fast Forward Service. Similarly, if the passengers want to enjoy the benefits of lounge services, they can opt for IndiGo Lounge Services to experience the carrier’s hospitality. If the passengers are looking for attractive cashback and discounts when they are booking their flight ticket using debit or credit cards, IndiGo has got them covered. Under the IndusInd Bank, Offer IndiGo will offer attractive cashback on easy EMI payments on flight bookings. Here are the details about the IndusInd Bank Offer by IndiGo.
Benefits Under IndusInd Bank Offer
To give their passengers a world-class flying experience, IndiGo offers a lot of additional benefits to their customers without burning their pockets. Under the IndusInd Bank Offer, customers will get cashback on easy EMI payments. If the passengers are using IndusInd Credit Cards for their flight bookings, they will get 12 % cashback up to Rs 5,000 on easy EMI Payments. If the passengers want to enjoy the benefits of IndusInd Bank offer, they can book the service for the carrier’s official website. Passengers must also note that if they wish to avail the benefits of the offer, they must book their flight tickets every Thursday exclusively. IndiGo has also marked that the IndusInd Bank offer will be applicable till 31st January 2020.
Things You Must Know About IndusInd Bank Offer
IndiGo has noted that the IndusInd Bank offer is availed by IndusInd Bank Limited to the customers of IndusInd who are residing in India and using credit cards for booking their IndiGo flights. Passengers must note that IndusInd will offer a 12 % cashback up to a minimum amount of Rs 5,000 only to customers opting for equated monthly instalments (EMI) payment option at the time of booking their flights. The offer will be valid only for one transaction per customer during the promotional period. Only the first valid transaction will be eligible for the offer. Once the passengers have booked the offer, the cashback will be processed within 90 days from the end of the promotional period and will be credited to the customer’s bank account.
In case if the customers do not receive their cashback in 90 days, they must write directly to IndusInd customer care and ask for the details. IndiGo has also noted that offer once booked will be non-transferable, non-exchangeable and non-encashable. Passengers must note that the final decision for the EMI will be taken by IndusInd Bank will depend upon customer’s performance on credit card. If the passengers are booking their flight tickets through travel agents, corporates or any other platforms, they will not be eligible for the offer as IndusInd Bank offer is specially designed for B2C customers only. If the passengers cancel their bookings fully or partially, the offer will be considered void, and no cashback will be availed to customers. IndiGo has noted that the offer will be applicable for Indian citizens only. IndiGo at every moment will reserve the right to cancel, replace, withdraw or extend the offer without giving any prior information to customers. In case of any misuse or abuse of the offer, IndiGo and IndusInd will reserve the right to cancel the booking any time. In case of disputes, all the matter will be subjected to courts at New Delhi. If the passengers wish to know more about the offer, they can visit the carrier’s official website and read more about them.
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