January 5, 2017

Flat Rs 75 Cashback on McDelivery orders via freecharge

Pay at McDelivery for a minimum order of Rs. 75 and get a flat cash back of Rs. 75 on your Freecharge account when you pay via the same.  This offer is valid only on the South and West Region of McDonalds restaurants.  Also avail free food worth Rs. 298 on order worth Rs. 350 with code, FC350. Offer is valid twice per user.  Offer applicable from Jan 5 to Jan 31, 2017.

How to Avail
  • Go to McDelivery app/website and choose your food
  • Hit 'Pay with Freecharge Wallet' option
  • Enjoy the cashback in your Freecharge Wallet
Terms and Conditions
  • Get flat Rs.75 cashback when you pay with Freecharge
  • Min transaction of Rs.75, offer valid twice per user from 5th January 2017 to 31st January 2017
  • Offer applicable on the McDelivery Website & App
  • Also use code FC350 and avail free food worth 298 on order worth 350
  • Cashback will be credited to Freecharge wallet within 24 hours
  • The entire invoice value has to be settled using Freecharge Wallet, partial payment not allowed
  • In case of complete or partial order cancellation / return, entire cashback amount will be deducted from the total refund dues
  • Cashback amount will be in form of e-Voucher and valid for 6 months from the date of credit in Freecharge account
  • In case of order cancellation, refund by Freecharge Wallet will be processed within 7 to 10 working days
  • This offer is open to all Freecharge Wallet Account holders whose accounts are valid and verified
  • The cashback offer is non-transferable, non-binding and non-encashable
  • Write in to care@freecharge.com for all issues/queries/complaints related to the offer. For any other queries on McDelivery, please call 66000666
  • Freecharge & McDelivery reserve the right to amend, modify, change, add or terminate (collectively change) the terms, contained herein at our sole discretion or withdraw this offer without any further notice
  • We reserve the right to restrict cashback from any account with suspicious behavior or invalid details/credentials.Freecharge has the right to ask for documents to prove his/her identity

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