Railway passengers to get cheaper tickets using THIS card

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To offer maximum savings to frequent railway travellers, Bank of Baroda Financial Solutions Limited (BFSL) and Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) have come together to launch the IRCTC BoB RuPay Contactless Credit Card.

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The IRCTC users will get cheaper tickets if they book any AC class railway ticket using a BoB credit card. This card will also get multiple benefits for shopping across other categories ranging from groceries to fuel. Cardholders can also use this card to transact at international merchants and ATMs through the JCB network.

Railway passengers  Rajni Hasija, Chairman and Managing Director, IRCTC said, “Cardholders of IRCTC BoB RuPay Contactless Credit Card will be able to earn up to 40 reward points (per Rs 100 spent) on 1AC, 2AC, 3AC, CC, Railway passengers  or Executive Class bookings made through the IRCTC website or mobile app. The card also offers a one percent transaction fee waiver for the customers on all their train ticket bookings.

Customers making a single purchase worth Rs 1,000 or more within 45 days of card issuance will get 1,000 bonus reward points.”The co-branded credit card will offer four reward points (per Rs 100 spent) on grocery and departmental stores and two reward points on other categories. Cardholders will be entitled to 4 complimentary visits per year at partner railway lounges.

The card will also offer a 1 percent fuel surcharge waiver across all petrol pumps in India. The cardholders will be able to redeem the accrued reward points on the IRCTC website and mobile app, after linking their Loyalty Number (printed on the co-branded credit card) with their IRCTC login ID.

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