Google Pay Train Offer: Earn Up to Rs. 200 cashback on Booking of Train Tickets
Google Pay has made scratch card cashback very popular. And the payments app keeps coming with new offers to take care of users. Google Pay Oyo offer is still active and you can earn a scratch car with up to Rs. 500.
Now, the Google Pay Train offer is introduced for users. With the offer, earn up to Rs. 100 on your first train booking on the Google Pay app. Here are more details on the offer.
Google Pay Train Offer
Earn a scratch card and win Rs. 15 - Rs. 100 on your first train booking on Google Pay App. The minimum transaction for the offer is Rs. 200.
As you know, the cashback will be credited directly to your bank account. The offer is introduced keeping in view the festive season with high demand for train tickets.
How to avail Google Pay Train offer
Open Google Pay App
Go to the business section
Click on train tickets
Select your destination and departure date.
Select the train and tickets.
Login with your IRCTC user account and password
Proceed and pay the amount through Google Pay
Once the ticket is booked you will get a scratch card worth Rs. 15 to Rs. 100
Open the rewards section to see the cashback amount
Terms & Conditions of Google Pay Train offer
Book train tickets for the first time to win Rs. 15 to Rs. 100
Minimum transaction of Rs. 200
The offer is applicable once per user
Cashback will be credited to the bank account linked to your Google Pay account
So you can book train tickets on Google Pay and avail the amazing savings. Booking train tickets with Google pay is hassle-free and it also saves you money.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I use Google Pay?
It is a UPI based payments app. Link your bank account to make payments through Google Pay.
How do I get Google Pay scratch cards?
The app rewards users in the form of scratch cards. The cashback amount is credited to the bank account of users.
How can I earn from Google pay?
Earn with Google Pay Referral Offer, get Rs. 51 per referral. Also, you can earn on money transfer and merchant payments.