CRED is launching the CRED Mega Jackpot Week to make the ongoing IPL Season more rewarding for members while they stay safe at home. From 27th April-3rd May 2021, CRED is encouraging members to be home and be rewarded for it by participating in mega jackpots where they can win unmatched rewards - from bitcoin to gold, Harley Davidson Fat Boys to TATA Safari car, complete home makeover, brand-new iPhones for a decade, free flights for three years, and much more. Members can participate in the CRED Mega Jackpot Week using CRED Coins earned by paying their credit card bills on the app.
Members looking to do more with their CRED Coins can also use them across the internet through CRED Pay, an easy, one-click credit card checkout option available across over 300 merchants. CRED Pay has recently added electronic brands like BOAT, Noise, and lifestyle brands such as Man Matters, Man Company, among others.
Additionally, on the CRED Store section of the app, members will gain access to unmatched deals on brands such as BOAT, Noise, Lifelong among others. The CRED Travel Store has added more exclusive destinations for you to ‘buy now and travel later’, like luxurious stays at Ayatana Coorg, The Serai, Hard Rock Goa, Centara Ras Fushi Maldives and Kempinski Seychelles. The ‘buy now, and travel later’ option enables future travels for members when they can venture out safely. CRED has also associated with Mastercard to provide members with an exclusive range of rewards and premium packages across hotels such as Taj, ITC and Lalit.
The CRED Mega Jackpot Week is open to all 5.9 million CRED members. To join the community, individuals only need to download the CRED app, validate that their credit score is over 750, pay their credit card bills, earning them CRED coins to spend as they want.
Kunal Shah, Founder, CRED said, “Our intent with CRED Mega Jackpot Week is to reward responsible behaviour and make credit card bill payments a delightful moment. These jackpots are an opportunity for members to win big by using their CRED Coins while staying safe at home.”