Delhi Metro SBI card launched; Check out the features of this non-contact multipurpose card

New Delhi: SBI Card on Friday launched a non-contact multi-purpose card in association with Delhi Metro, which can also act as a credit card and Metro smart card. The unique combo credit card ‘Delhi Metro SBI Card’ is designed for regular passengers on the Delhi Metro, according to a statement issued by SBI Card.

The Delhi Metro SBI card is a multi-purpose card that acts as a credit card and a Metro smart card, offering the convenience and security associated with both on the same card, the pure-drama credit card company said.

Customers can apply for the combo card for an annual fee of Rs 499 through the sales team at the metro stations and through the e-application platform on the SBI Card website, the SBI Card said.

The card offers 2,000 bonus reward points and a cashback of Rs 50 on the first auto top-up transaction, a 10 per cent discount on metro travel and a top-up card for Rs 200 on the auto top-up threshold for Rs 100. As well as reward points on various purchases.

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The company says that the card has an auto reload feature in which the card automatically tops when the balance falls below a certain limit, which ensures an enhanced customer experience.

This feature will further contribute to uninterrupted travel as cardholders will be able to recharge their Metro cards without having to deploy in social distant times.

Customers can avail 1 per cent surcharge on fuel surcharge on all petrol pumps, modification of annual tariff at a cost of Rs 1 lakh and lost card insurance of Rs 50,000.

“DMRC has a wide range of access, which can be called Delhi’s Travel Livelihood. Through this partnership we offer unparalleled value proposals and aim to bring an enhanced daily travel experience to millions of Metro commuters,” said SBI Card CEO. Aswini Kumar Tiwari said.

DMRC MD Mangu Singh said, “The initiative is in line with DMRC’s commitment to support the digital movement to promote cashless transactions among Delhi Metro commuters at a time when social distance has become a way of life. ”


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