Yes Bank celebrates joy of festive season with easy loans, exciting deals for customers
Offers on personal loan, business loan, auto and home loan and Credit Cards
Mumbai: YES BANK welcomes the festive season this year by unwrapping offers on the back of its campaign, Khushiyon Ki Karein Zimmedari Se Tayyari, which aims at enabling customers to celebrate the upcoming festivals with maximum options and optimism.
The offers are available for customers across financial solutions with discounts on processing fee on loans, no-cost EMIs, gift vouchers, cashbacks and more such benefits. Customers can avail hassle-free loans at competitive interest rates – personal and business loans, two-wheeler and auto loans up to 100% of on-road prices – topped up with tailored options and flexible payment plans. In addition to the unique and exciting offerings on easy loans, customers can enjoy the benefit of over 100+attractive deals on YES BANK Credit Cards with enriching rewards.
Rajan Pental, Global Head – Retail Banking, YES BANK said, “We are pleased to offer our customers attractive loan offers to spread happiness this festive season and have tied up with leading and popular brands across various categories to bring forth rewarding offers. With deferred purchases during the lockdown, there is a lot of demand and our offerings and products this festive season are perfectly positioned to enable customers fulfill their dreams and aspirations. We urge our customers to celebrate the festive season with Zimmedari and make the most out of our special offerings.”
Rajanish Prabhu, Head – Credit Cards, YES BANK said, “This year we have tied up with several renowned brands and curated a host of offers, both in store and online, for our cardholders to enjoy great benefits across a host of categories. Customers can avail discounts, get the best deals and rewards with offers that appeal to every kind of shopper. Festivals are a time to be enjoyed with loved ones and we believe our attractive offerings will add that special touch during this festive season.”