bKash, the largest mobile financial service provider in the country offers 20 percent cash back for its customers on bKash payment at selected outlets of reputed brands across the country on the occasion of Eid-ul Adha.
The cash back offer is applicable at 2,500 outlets of more than 125 reputed brands in lifestyle, e-commerce and superstore category. In terms of number of the outlets and category this is the largest campaign bKash has done so far. Beginning from today, the offer remains valid till August 25. Category-wise, the maximum cash back limit for a customer on a single transactions is Tk 300 to Tk. 1,000 and total Tk 2,000 during the offer period after fulfilling certain terms and conditions.
The customer will receive instant cash back in his or her bKash account soon after making the payment through ‘bKash app’ or USSD channel *247#.
To make the payment via app, the customers have to tap the make payment icon to enter the merchant number either manually or scanning the QR Code at the merchant point. Then, they have to put the amount in the next screen to complete the transaction.
Making payment through USSD channel, the customers have to dial *247# to access the bKash menu, select ‘3’ for the ‘Payment ’ option and then follow the some interactive steps to complete the transaction. There is no additional charge for bKash payment.
Over the years, bKash has been giving cash back offers to its customers on various occasions including Eid to bring joy, happiness and the opportunities for customers to buy more on lesser prices.
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, International Finance Corporation of World Bank Group, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Ant Financial(Ali Pay) , an affiliate of globally reputed Alibaba Group offers broad range of mobile financial services to the common people of Bangladesh.