Amazon Pay Balance 10% Cashback on 3 Shopping above Rs. 500

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Shopping with Amazon Pay Balance upto 15% Cashback Terms and Conditions:-

  • Offer Period: (February 20, 2017 – March 31, 2017)
  • Place three or more orders of minimum Rs. 500 each on or its mobile application/site thereof (collectively, “”) using Amazon Pay balance during the Offer Period and get 10% off.
  • The cashback is applicable on the cumulative value of all Amazon Pay balance transactions during the offer period (subject to offer conditions being met).
  • Orders paid only using Amazon Pay balance with no other payment instruments included will only be eligible for the offer.
  • Only one order per day is eligible for the offer.
  • The customer will receive the cashback in the form of Amazon Pay balance, which would be credited to their account by April 30, 2017.
  • The total cashback is subject to a maximum sum of Rs.200 for all customers and Rs.300 for Prime registered customers.


How to Grab Amazon Pay Balance 10% Cashback at Amazon:

  1. First Top-up your Amazon Pay Balance credit here if you haven’t got enough credit | Offer Source 
  2. Visit Amazon Website
  3. Shop above Rs. 500 on Amazon atleast 3 times between February 20, 2017 – March 31, 2017 (We recommend to subscribe Amazon prime to get free shipping + upto Rs. 300 cashback) | Popular categories:  (Beauty | Books | Cameras & Accessories| Clothing | Computer & Accessories | Footwear | Hard Disks & Pen Drives | Desktops | Health & Personal care |Home & Kitchen Appliances | Home & Kitchen | Home Furnishing | Keyboard & Mouses | Laptops | Large Appliances | Mobiles | Sporting Goods | Tablets | Televisions)
  4. Login or register.
  5. Fill or select your shipping details.
  6. Pay the amount using Amazon Pay Balance credit.
  7. Get 10% upto Rs. 200 or Rs. 300 Amazon Pay Balance credit by April 30, 2017.


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