Freecharge Petrol Offer, Freecharge HP Petrol Offer, Freecharge Indian Oil Petrol Offer – Freecharge is offering Free cashback of 50% on petrol bill payments at HP and Indian Oil petrol pump stations. This existing offer is applicable at all HP petrol pumps that accept payments through the Freecharge wallet. Valid in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi NCR and all other cities across India.
How to get 50% Cashback on Petrol Bill Payments Using Freecharge Petrol Offer:-
- Firstly, Download freecharge mobile app in your device.
- Top-up your FC wallet according to your need.
- Now go to your nearest HP Petrol Pump.
- Make sure the petrol station accepts payments through the Freechage wallet.
- Fill petrol in your vehicle as per your requirement.
- Make the payment through the Freecharge wallet.
- Cashback of 10% will be credited within 24 Hours.
How to Pay With Freecharge wallet at merchant outlet:-
- Download and Login the Freecharge App.
- Load / Add money in your Freecharge Wallet.
- Click on Pay Merchant to generate your #OnTheGo Pin.
- Enter your Mobile number and OnTheGo Pin on the EDC machine/Card swipe machine.
- Done !!!
Offer Terms & Conditions:-
- Pay with FreeCharge at HP or Indian Oil Petrol Pumps & get 20% cashback
- Max cb is Rs 25.
- Offer valid twice per user.
- Offer applicable at select HPCL outlets Indian Oil Outlets.
- Offer is valid till 28th February 2018
- Offer not valid for transactions via QR code/paytag
- On successful transaction, customer gets cashback as balance in the FreeCharge Account within 24 hours
- FC wallet balance can be used for future transactions across merchant establishments accepting FreeCharge as a payment mode.
- The entire invoice value has to be settled using FreeCharge Wallet by Customer.
- Cashback Amount will be in form of e-Voucher and valid for 6 months from the date of credit.
- Write into [email protected] for all issues/queries/complaints related to the offer.
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