ICICI Bank launches credit card with HPCL, get up to Rs 2400 cashback in a year on oil filling

ICICI Bank today announced the launch of a co-branded credit card with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL). Users will get many benefits and reward points with using the credit card. Named as the ICICI Bank HPCL Super Saver Credit Card, this card offers customers both fuel as well as electricity and mobiles, department stores like Big Bazaar and D-Mart and e-commerce stores. Other categories including e-commerce portals provide best in class benefits and benefits.

Powered by VISA, the card is unique among its competitors in that it generally offers benefits on only one category of spend. Speaking at the launch, Sudipta Roy, Head – Unsecured Assets, ICICI Bank said, “We are delighted to partner with HPCL to launch the ICICI Bank HPCL Super Saver Credit Card.

Generally, similar credit cards offer returns in a range of spends. This card enables customers to save on every transaction they make. This really makes the card a ‘super star’ of savings. We are confident that this card will enable customers to save more while enjoying the convenience of digital payments.

SK Suri, Executive Director – Retail, HPCL said, “This credit card will help boost the digital ecosystem at retail outlets and meet the expectations of customers with its innovative offerings. Customers will also get additional loyalty points when they use this card on our HP Pay App.

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How to Apply for ICICI Bank HPCL Super Saver Credit Card?

Customers can apply for ‘ICICI Bank HPCL Super Saver Credit Card’ through the bank’s internet banking platform or mobile banking app, iMobile Pay. They get the digital card in a 100% contactless and paperless manner. The physical card is also dispatched to the customer by ICICI Bank within a few days. In addition, customers can easily manage their transaction settings and credit limit on the iMobile Pay app.

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