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20% additional off at Pizza Hut – ICICI Pockets Offer

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Save 20% on your favourite Pizza!

Pay with “touch & pay” on Pockets to avail this delectable offer.    

With touch & pay from ICICI Bank, your smartphone becomes your Credit and Debit Card.

Flash your smartphone to pay at any of the 74 Pizza Hut outlets across Delhi NCR and enjoy 20% off on spends of Rs. 299 and above.

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How to avail the offer?

After receiving your bill at the merchant, please follow the below mentioned steps to earn a cashback

  • Login to Pockets app
  • Click on touch & pay icon on Pockets home screen
  • Select any one of your ICICI Bank VISA Credit/Debit card & click on ‘Pay’
  • Just hold your phone near the merchant terminal to make the payment

How to activate your ICICI Bank Credit / Debit Card to use this feature?

  • Download Pockets by ICICI Bank app from Google Play
  • Login to Pockets app using your mPIN or ICICI Bank Internet Banking User ID and Password
  • Click on “touch & pay” icon on the Pockets App home screen
  • Add a card to touch & pay from the list of ICICI Bank Credit / Debit Cards in your account
  • A virtual card will be created which can be used for quick NFC payments

Please note:

  • The offer is valid till November 15, 2016
  • Valid on a minimum bill of Rs. 299 only (Excluding applicable Taxes & Service charge)
  • Maximum cashback for the offer is Rs. 400 per transaction
  • Cashback into the respective bank account / Credit Card from which the transaction has been done
  • The cashback shall be over and above any usual discounts that may be provided by Pizza Hut during the offer period

For full list of ICICI Bank Offers on NetBanking, Debit and Credit Cards – please see this post

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