‘Festive Treats 2.0’ campaign by HDFC bank


HDFC Bank launched “Festive Treats” 2.0 where customers can make use of exclusive deals on all banking products from lending to bank accounts, with over 1000 deals from leading players and more than 2 000 hyper-locations, via connexions with local traders in semi-urban and rural areas.

HDFC Bank Limited is a Maharashtra-based Indian banking and financial services firm. The bank has hired 1,04,154 permanent jobs till date. HDFC Bank is the largest private-sector asset bank in India. As of March 2020, it is India’s largest market capitalization bank.

Over 2,000 hyper-local deals are available to customers via connexions with local dealers through half urban and rural areas deals will be available for retail as well as business customers with discounts on transaction fees on loans, reduced EMIs, cashbacks, gift coupons and more incentives across the full spectrum of financial solutions, the Bank said in a statement.

Because of the situation of Covid-19, in addition to the counter at branches, partner stores and dealerships, all deals and offers can also be used digitally this year from the security customer houses.

In addition to clothes, jewellery and dining, the bank is hoping for good in phones, robust customers and the segment of electronics in the heart of its Summer Treatsfestival.

Offers for retail and company customers with discounts on the transaction cost reduced EMIs, cashback, gift incentives and other benefits will be available in all financial solutions.

HDFC Bank has partnered together with retail brands to deliver both in-store and online discounts, cashback and additional reward points. Special offers are provided during this period by online majors such as TataCliq, Myntra, Pepperfry, Swiggy & Grofers. Leads of consumer and retail brands such as Lifestyle, Bata and Monte Carlo. Sales from Vijay, Kohinoor, GRT, ORRA, are some major brands, with cashback on different goods and services up to 5 % to 15%.

The Bank aims to make this deal to the farthest corners of the country with 53 per cent of branches in semi-urban and rural areas. It is connected to over 2000 + regional deals with hyperlocal stores and kiranas.

Parag Rao, Head of Payment Business and Marketing at HDFC Bank, digitally began the national campaign. The opportunity was welcomed by Mr Aditya Puri, Managing Director of the HDFC Bank.


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