Very similar to HDFC’s SmartBuy, Axis bank has a Grab Deals portal where all the offers and deals for Axis Bank Debit/Credit Cardholders are posted and customers can avail of exciting benefits with the same. The card issuer has also partnered with a lot of popular brands including Amazon, Flipkart, etc, to provide its customers with amazing saving benefits among these. The cardholders can earn up to 45x Edge Rewards when they spend via Axis Bank Grab Deals and they can also avail of a lot of exciting offers and deals that the portal keeps launching from time to time. Earlier, the cardholders could earn unlimited Edge Reward Points via Grab Deals, but now that card issuer has put a maximum cap on the same. Keep reading for more details on this:
Capping On Edge Rewards Earning Via Grab Deals
Earlier there was no capping on Edge Reward Points that the cardholders can earn via Grab deals but now the number has been capped at a maximum of Rs. 10,000 every month for each cardholder. This might be a little bit disappointing for customers who make most of their online purchases via Grab Deals to earn unlimited benefits as now they can only earn up to a limited number of points. However, the cardholders need not worry as they can still earn a good number of points (equivalent to Rs. 2,000) every month, though if you have Axis Prestige Credit the value of Reward points is Rs 4000.
Also along with bonus RPs, GrabDeals also has a Cashback offer where you can earn a maximum of Rs 1,000 cashback per month. So from now, in total via Grabdeals you can earn a maximum of 10,000 RPs + Rs 1,000 cashback per month.
The Axis Bank has been promoting the Grab Deals portal for a long and has also added some new partners to benefit its customer even more. However, the cardholders can not earn unlimited Edge Rewards anymore, but they still have a great opportunity to earn up to 10,000 points every month, which is not really a bad number. So, keeping all the terms & conditions like the maximum cap in mind, you should just try to get the most out of your Axis Bank Credit Card. And if you have any additional doubts regarding this, feel free to ask us in the comment section below!