How To Get Free Petrol Using Paytm Petrol Offer


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How To Get Free Petrol Using Paytm Petrol Offer
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Want to get free petrol for your car or bike? Do you think it is possible to get free petrol in India? Yes, in the age of cashless economy Paytm has make this possible for you. If you are using Paytm for everyday shopping and expenses then this is the golden chance for you to get petrol for free of cost. This offer is valid on Paytm wallet money only as you will get the cashback in wallet.

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What is Paytm Free Petrol Offer

Visit Paytm Free Petrol Offer Page.

Actually if you are buying petrol next time, make sure you are paying using your smartphone Paytm app. But before that you have to make sure your Paytm wallet is having enough money to buy petrol for free. So, here you  have to pay for your petrol charges using Paytm wallet money and then you will get 100% cashback in your paytm wallet.

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This is simply amazing as if you spend Rs 1000 in Petrol pump, you will get Rs 1000 as cashbak in your Paytm wallet and you can enjoy that money for further shopping of movie tickets, online shopping or bill payment.

How to Get Free Petrol Cashback Using Paytm Wallet money

Terms & Conditions:

Customers will get assured Cashback of upto 100% within 48 hours on a minimum transaction amount of Rs. 20.

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Maximum amount of cashback is Rs. 1000.

Participation in this campaign is valid till 31st Dec 2016 till 23:59 hours.

Paytm solely reserves the right to change/modify or stop the campaign without giving any prior notice.

Offer valid where Paytm is accepted through QR Code.

In cases of fraudulent/suspicious transactions, Paytm solely reserves the right to revoke the cashback offer.

Applicable on 5 transactions per day per petrol pump

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