Pay through bKash, save up to 25% on Eid shopping

May 20, 2018 Dhaka

bKash Limited, the largest mobile financial service provider in the country offers up to 25 percent cash back to its customers on shopping across select outlets on the occasion of Eid-ul- Fitre, the largest festival for Muslim around the world.
From the first day of Ramadan until the Eid day, bKash’s customers will enjoy the cash back at more than 1,500 outlets of 107 reputed brand in fashion, e-commerce, electronics and restaurants.
Under the campaign, bKash also offers various discount deals to its customers at selected hotels in the country.
The customer will receive the cash back instantly in his or her bKash account after making the payment either by using the newly launched ‘bKash app’ or simply dialing the USSD code *247#.
To make the payment through bKash app, the customer has to tap make Payment icon from home screen of the app, then enter merchant number or simply scan the QR Code at Merchant point to automatically enter the Merchant number, the enter the purchased amount to complete the transaction.
Making payment through USSD channel, the customer has to dial *247# to access the bKash menu,  select ‘3’ for the ‘Payment ’ option and then follow the simple interactive steps to complete the transaction. There is no additional charge for bKash payment.
The detail list of participating brands and their outlet locations is available in bKash’s website:  and Facebook page: On the other hand, the list of the hotels offering discount on bKash payment be available in
Opening of bKash account is also absolutely free of cost. Any individual having a valid national ID card/passport or driving licence can open a bKash account from any of the 180,000 bKash agent points across the country.
Launched in 2011, bKash, a joint venture of BRAC Bank, US based Money in Motion, World Bank’s private sector investment farm, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and China based Ant Financial(Ali Pay) , an affiliate of Alibaba Group offers broad range of mobile financial services to the common people of Bangladesh.