IRCTC FreeCharge Offer – Get 20% Cashback Upto Rs 50 (2 Times)

IRCTC FreeCharge Offer

IRCTC FreeCharge Offer – FreeCharge is offering flat 20% Cashback on Train ticket bookings done through IRCTC Website via FreeCharge wallet. Maximum cashback you can earn under this offer is capped to Rs 50 only.

So now you can actually save money on booking train tickets online using FreeCharge as your primary payment mode. Hurry and Book tickets now for your future journey. Offer valid for FreeCharge users transacting first time at IRCTC using their FreeCharge account.  

Valid twice per User | Offer Source – Click here

How to get the Offer :-

  1. Visit IRCTC from here
  2. Login/ Sign up.
  3. Enter date, station and no. of seats & click on “Search trains”.
  4. Select your desired train as per schedule and fill in passenger information.
  5. Book your tickets and proceed to checkout.
  6. Make the payment using your FreeCharge wallet
  7. That’s it! Have a good journey!

You will receive your Cashback credited in your FreeCharge wallet within 24 hours of the transaction  

Terms & Conditions :-

  • To avail this Offer, the customer needs to undertake a successful transaction at IRCTC.
  • The customer shall receive 20% cashback, upto Rs.50, on the transaction value in the form of Freecharge Gift Instrument within 72 (seventy two) hours from the date of transaction which can be redeemed on the Freecharge website or Freecharge application or any other merchant website wherein Freecharge Balance is acceptable, within 1095 days from the date of the credit and is non-transferable.
  • This offer applicable on the IRCTC website only
  • This offer is valid twice per user
  • This Offer is valid from 15th Sept 2018 till 31st Jan 2019.
  • The entire invoice amount has to be settled using Freecharge Balance, partial payment through Freecharge Balance is not allowed.
  • In case of order cancellation, refund by Freecharge Wallet will be processed within 7 to 10 working days


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