Good news! Beat the rising petrol, diesel prices, earn Rs 7,500 cashback from Paytm
Fuel prices in India have soared to levels never witnessed before. Also, governments at the Centre and the ones in states have refused to slash excise duty and VAT respectively to give relief to consumers.
Looking at the distress caused by rising petrol and diesel prices to the citizens, the digital payment wallet Paytm has now taken one step ahead in providing some relief to citizens across the country. In a major good news, Paytm will give up to a massive Rs 7,500 cashback on petrol and diesel purchase. India’s fuel prices have soared to levels never witnessed before on the back of rising crude oil prices and depreciating rupee. These two indicators were not enough, fuel prices have not seen much love from the NDA government as well because it has ruled out excise duty cuts. Meanwhile, states have shown no mercy in charging their Value Added Tax (VAT) either. This leaves no option to the citizens but to pay all-time high petrol and diesel prices.
Here’s a list of key things you should know about Paytm’s new cashback offer.
The Rs 7,500 cashback will be given on payments made using Paytm wallet at select petrol pump. Minimum transaction value can be as low as Rs 50.
Once a customer makes first transaction by Paytm, they will receive an SMS to participate in ‘Get upto Rs 7,500 cashback offer’. By clicking on the section you welcome the new offer of Paytm.
Paytm will then send you a promo code through SMS within 48 hours of a successful transaction.
The redeeming of the promo code can be done by users who have received the SMS for participation on their eligible transaction at petrol pumps.
A customer will need to activate the offer on 11th 21st, 31st, 41st successful transaction.
In case of multiple transactions, cashback and promo codes will be credited only on eligible first transaction.
The offer is valid till August 01, 2019.
A litre of petrol in New Delhi is currently available at Rs 81.28, in Kolkata at Rs 83.14, in Mumbai at Rs 88.67 and Chennai at Rs 84.49. Meanwhile, a litre of diesel was valued at Rs 73.30 in New Delhi, while in Kolkata at Rs 75.15, in Mumbai at Rs 77.82 and in Chennai at Rs 77.49.