SBI Rewardz App – Get 100 Reward Points worth Rs.25 on Sign Up (SBI Users)

Are you a State Bank Group customer? If you are, then there is good news! Are you a State Bank Group customer? If you are, then there is good news!
You have been accumulating reward points for various banking services and transactions and you can redeem your reward points to get really cool products and services like movie tickets, mobile/DTH recharge, electronics, apparel and much more.SBI Rewardz has launched their Mobile app & as a promotional offer they are offering 100 Reward Points (Equivalent to Rs.25 Recharge) on 1st time Sign Up / Sign In to SBI Rewardz app. Isn’t it awesome?

How to get the Offer :-

  • Download SBI Rewardz App from here
  • Once installed, Open the App now.
  • If you have already Signed up for SBI Rewards previously on their website then choose ‘Sign In’ Option, Else Sign Up
  • Go through the process of Sign up entering your Debit Card Number & other required details.
  • Once Logged in Successfully, You are ready to use the App.
  • You will get 100 Points credited in your account within 24 hours.
Note – Rewards have Expiry date also, So redeem them before they expire. You can use them to book movie tickets, mobile/DTH recharge, electronics, apparel and much more.

Earn SBI Rewardz Points on SBI Services like:-

  1. Debit Card
  2. Internet Banking
  3. Mobile Banking
  4. Personal Banking Accounts
  5. Loans
  6. Demat Account
  7. Rural Banking
  8. SME Account
  9. Free Gift cards rewards
  10. and many more
For more details on SBI Rewardz System & how it actually works – Visit here

Terms & Conditions :-

  • Offer valid for a limited period only
  • Offer can be availed by both exciting & new SBI Rewardz Users.
  • Offer valid on First time installation of SBI Rewardz app only.
  • 100 Reward points bonus will be credited within 24 hours to the beneficier’s account.

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