BankBazaar.com launches India’s first flash sale for credit cards

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Updated: June 22, 2015 1:53:07 PM

BankBazaar.com flash sale brings financial products within purview of shopping, giving the consumer 'a hassle-free shopping experience' and sales/discount benefits.

Credit cards, bank bazaar, bankbazaar.comThis Bankbazaar.com flash sale includes an offer – E-Gift Voucher worth Rs 1500 upon approval of the credit card application by the respective bank. (PTI)

Financial marketplace BankBazaar.com has launched India’s first flash sale for credit cards that will continue for 2 weeks and close on 4th July 2015. On offer are various credit card schemes, applications for which can be submitted on the BankBazaar.com website. This flash sale brings financial products within the purview of shopping. The consumer gets a plethora of options, ‘a hassle-free shopping experience’ and sales/discount benefits, all available at the click of a mouse.

With this flash sale, BankBazaar.com  adds instant gratification and enhances the consumer experience with wide range of offers and gift vouchers with every credit card purchase.

While the ongoing e-commerce revolution has been offering consumers a standout as well as simplified shopping experience online, financial products such as credit cards have been a ‘low involvement’ category due to stringent processes involving extensive documentation of applications, assessment of creditworthiness and approval structure. BankBazaar.com fulfills this market need and gives banking a smarter online platform.

This flash sale includes an offer – a E-Gift Voucher worth Rs 1500 upon approval of the credit card application by the respective bank.

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