Up to 1% cashback when shopping on Wildberries with IDBank cards

Up to 1% cashback when shopping on Wildberries with IDBank cards

PanARMENIAN.Net - IDBank is launching an exclusive campaign on Wildberries for online shopping enthusiasts. Starting from April 15th of this year, customers can shop online on Wildberries, pay with IDBank cards and get up to 1% cashback on purchases.

As part of this campaign, you can now enjoy the convenience of shopping at Wildberries while earning cashback on every purchase you make. Regardless of the type of purchases: clothes, appliances, shoes, home accessories, you can take advantage of the offer, which will be valid until June 15, 2024 inclusive.

Among the important conditions of the campaign are:

· The current 0.5% cashback for Visa Rocket cards will be added to the additional 0.5% cashback provided during the campaign, i.e. you will receive a total of 1% cashback during the campaign;

· With any other cards of IDBank, you will receive 1% cashback, moreover, business cards also participate in the campaign.

The maximum cashback limit in one month is AMD 5 000, and the accumulated cashback will be credited to your account by the 15th business day of the following month. Cashback is not paid for returned purchases. You can find out all the details of the campaign by following the link.

To take advantage of the offer, you just need to attach IDBank cards to the Wildberries platform and enjoy safe and profitable online shopping. If you are not yet an IDBank cardholder, you can order the cards online through the Idram&IDBank online platform or through the Bank's official website.

The Bank is supervised by the CBA.

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