Flat Rs 100 Cashback on Rail E-Tickets at IRCTC Website

Rs 100 Cashback
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Freecharge.in has come up with special offers for all IRCTC Lovers… Get Flat Rs 100 Cashback on Rail E-Tickets at IRCTC Website. Minimum rail e-ticket fare of Rs.100 & more. Offer valid for 5th January 2017 only.

How to get Flat Rs 100 Cashback on Rail E-Tickets at IRCTC Website ?

  • Click on buynow button to visit offer page
  • Go to IRCTC website and book your e-rail tickets
  • Hit ‘Pay with Freecharge Wallet’ option
  • Enjoy the cashback in your Freecharge Wallet

Freecharge T&C’s

  • Get flat Rs.100 cashback when you book train tickets on IRCTC Website with Freecharge
  • Minimum rail e-ticket of Rs.100
  • Offer valid once per user during the offer period
  • Offer applicable only for booking rail e-tickets on the IRCTC Website
  • Offer valid on 5th January 2017 only
  • Cashback will be credited to Freecharge wallet within 24 hours
  • The entire invoice value has to be settled using Freecharge Wallet, partial payment not allowed
  • In case of e-ticket cancellation / refund, the full cashback amount will be deducted from the total refund due
  • Cashback amount will be in form of e-Voucher and valid for 6 months from the date of credit in Freecharge account
  • In case of e-ticket cancellation, refund by Freecharge wallet will be processed within 5 working days
  • This offer is open to all Freecharge Wallet Account holders whose accounts are valid and verified
  • The cashback offer is non-transferable, non-binding and non-encashable
  • Write in to care@freecharge.com for all issues/queries/complaints related to the offer. IRCTC has no role in any FreeCharge cashback/offer related issues.
  • Freecharge reserves the right to amend, modify, change, add or terminate (collectively changes) the terms, contained herein at our sole discretion or withdraw this offer without any further notice
  • We reserve the right to restrict cashback from any account with suspicious behavior or invalid details/credentials. Freecharge has the right to ask for documents to prove his/her identity

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