HDFC Bank: In the festive season, HDFC Bank is bringing many great offers for its customers. On Tuesday, HDFC Bank announced its Festive Treats 3.0 campaign. Under this campaign, HDFC will offer more than 10,000 offers to its customers on cards, loans, and easy EMIs. According to PTI, the bank has tied up with more than 10,000 merchants in more than 100 locations for this so that customers can take advantage of these offers for their personal and business related needs. Benefits offered to customers include cashback on premium mobile phones and no-cost EMI. Apart from this, many other types of offers have been announced.
- Customers will be given up to 5 percent cashback and no cost EMI on electronics and consumer goods like washing machines and refrigerators.
- Personal loan starting from 25 percent will also be given with instant disbursement in the account.
- The offer has also been announced for those who want to buy a car during the festive season. HDFC is offering its customers car loans starting from 50 percent with zero foreclosure charges.
- The bank has announced up to 100 percent funding in two-wheeler loans and up to 4 percent discount in interest rates.
- The bank has announced up to 90% funding and zero processing fee on tractor loans.
- 50% rebate in processing fee will be given on commercial vehicle loan.
- Collateral-free business loans up to Rs 75 lakh and 50 percent rebate in processing fees have been said to the customers.
For more information about these offers, you can visit the website of HDFC Bank. Lenders Group Head (Payments, Consumer Finance, Digital Banking and IT) Parag Rao said, “We are introducing Festive Treats 3.0 to make this festive season even more enjoyable. We have over 10,000 offers which are online, offline and hyperlocal.” Rao said that with the opening of the economy, consumers are likely to spend more than last year. The bank has tied up with several merchants including Apple, Amazon, Shoppers Stop, LG, Samsung, Sony, Titan and Central to provide a range of offers to the consumers.