BankBazaar.com, the leading online financial marketplace in India, announced Maha March sale – the largest-ever month-long sale of financial products in India. Throughout the sale period, BankBazaar will be offering substantial offers on financial products purchased through its website.
What sets this first-of-its-kind Maha March sale apart is the sheer scale of products and offers. The sale includes more than 85 products spanning four categories, viz. credit cards, personal loans, car loans, and home loans from over 50 of the biggest public and private sector banks, NBFCs, and insurance companies in India. To make the sale even more rewarding, BankBazaar.com is offering Amazon vouchers worth Rs.10,000, Rs.5,000, Rs.2,000, and Rs.1,000 on successful disbursal of home loans, car loans, and personal loans and approval of credit cards respectively. Moreover, there are also special and exclusive offers and schemes from individual partner financial institutions.
Adhil Shetty, Co-Founder and CEO of BankBazaar.com, explained the reasoning behind such a sale, “Over the last eight years, BankBazaar has put in efforts to build up an unparalleled technology and network to provide simplified access to financial products. Maha March is our way of telling our customers that BankBazaar is delivering on its promise of making the purchase of the right financial product as easy as shopping for any other commodity. For this whole month, we present before you the widest range of products from the largest number of partner organizations; we offer the best customized deals that you can find; and we offer it all real-time. What we are doing and the scale at which we are doing it is unmatched in the industry. BankBazaar is redefining the way financial products are being consumed, for both financial institutions and consumers, and this change is here to stay.”
March is the time when people try to close their pending investments for the year. With the range of products and schemes on offer, there is no better time to take that step and secure their financial journey.