Paytm Big Cashback Sale: Last chance till midnight

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit KalraBy Shobhit Kalra

Published on 24 Nov 2016 1:01 PM GMT

Paytm Big Cashback Sale: Last chance till midnight
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New Delhi: Paytm Big Cashback Sale, which started on November 22, is ending today on November 24. So, today is the last chance of grabbing up to 80 percent cashback on purchase of varied products such as home appliances, electronics, and clothing.

The best deals in the scheme, however, are available on top selling phones such as iPhone 7, iPhone 6S and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and a few other high range smartphones.

Paytm Big Cashback Sale is providing Rs 10,000 cashback to the buyer on purchase of iPhone 7 256Gb which is priced at Rs 80,000. You would receive the cashback in your Paytm account 24 hours after the product is shipped to your delivery address. The Cash on Delivery option, however, isn’t available on this cashback offer.

People are using a few more mobile apps of this type, such as Freecharge, MobiKwik, etc, which help in making the transactions without the availability of hard-cash, but Paytm has surpassed all of them in terms of popularity and customer base.

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The company is also offering cashbacks on all big electronics, kitchen products, clothing, home appliances and even children’s supplies.

Paytm is also offering Rs. 2,000 Paytm Money to all buyers every 15 minutes via lucky draw.

Paytm recently declared that it registered more than 7 million transactions of Rs 120 crores in a day after the demonetisation came into effect as millions of people across India are choosing mobile payments on its platform to transact the money.

The company, in its official statement claimed that since ban of high denomination notes on November 8, they have served over 45 million users in just 10 days. They also welcomed 5 million new users since government passed the order.

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

Writer has 10 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Chief Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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