Snapdeal HDFC Bank Credit Card Crosses 120,000 Cards in Circulation

By: DT News Network
October, 03, 2017

Snapdeal announced that its co-branded credit card with HDFC Bank has achieved the milestone of 120,000 cards in active circulation.

The co-branded card, is the first and only ecommerce branded credit card in India. The Snapdeal credit card in partnership with HDFC Bank brings many attractive features and benefits to consumers, including:

Card benefits include:

  • 10x reward points on shopping at  Snapdeal
  • 10X reward points at select partners
  • 5% instant discount anytime on Snapdeal across all categories
  • 10% instant discount every Fridayon Snapdeal
  • A onetime cash back of INR 500 on shopping at Snapdeal
  • Joining bonus of 500 reward points equivalent to Rs 250 on Snapdeal
  • 2 reward points on every INR 150 spent anywhere else through the card
  • Fuel surcharge waiver

The card features were revamped in December 16 which has resulted in the addition of 75,000 card holders in the last 9 months. The on-going festive sales has seen enthusiastic participation from the Snapdeal HDFC Bank credit card holders, since the discounts available on the marketplace get a further boost from the additional offers on the co-branded card.

Had this credit card been a bank, 120,000 cards would put it in the league of being one of India’s top 20 banks by credit cards in circulation.

Commenting about the milestone, Vishal Chaddha, Chief Business Offer, Snapdeal said, “We are proud to achieve yet another milestone in this industry-first partnership with HDFC Bank. The fabulous response from our customers shows the resonance of the offers and features made available to our users, via this card..”

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