On the occasion of the festival season, Khalti has announced a new offer that gives users a chance to win Rs 50000 on scan and pay via Fonepay. The prominent digital wallet vendor launched this new campaign as part of its festival offer for 2080. Dashain is concluded but Tihar and Chhath are right on the horizon and digital payment will remain high hence the offer.
Khalti has been consistently bringing festival offers to amp up festive delights among its users. Similarly, this offer comes with the incredibly generous Rs 50,000 on offer. Let’s find out how you can be eligible to win the huge cash prize this festive season.
Fonepay was integrated into Khalti in January 2022 in a remarkable partnership that saw interoperability between two prominent digital payment proponents.
Pay on Fonepay on Khalti and win Rs 50,000
To be eligible for this offer, you need to scan and pay through Fonepay on Khalti. You can make the transactions for either any goods or services at merchants. Eligible users can win a Rs 50,000 cash prize and Khalti Pro while Khalti merchants can win a smartwatch and a Rs 100 bonus. Merchants need to receive payments via Fonepay scan to be qualified for the prize.
As per Khalti, two lucky Khalti users will win Rs 50,000 every month and 15 users will win Khalti Pro. Likewise, every week, one Khalti merchant will win a smartwatch. There’s also a Rs 100 bonus for Khalti merchants upon first-time payment.
Regarding the offer, Khalti Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Binay Khadka said, “We have launched such exciting offers during the festive environments to promote digital payments. From this offer, we believe that our users, agents, and QR merchants will get benefits.”
Khalti is an ISO 27001:2013 certified company licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) payment service provider with a number of accolades in its rappot including the WITSA Global Innovation & Tech Excellence Awards 2022. The mobile wallet has over 31 lakh users across the country and boasts a strong network of over 50 banks and financial institutions.