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Kotak Mahindra Bank launches ‘Everyday Savings A/c’

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Mumbai: Private sector lender Kotak Mahindra Bank (KMBL) on Tuesday said that it has launched ‘Everyday Savings Account’ a unique Savings Account designed to help you ‘Spend Every Day and Save Every Day’.

In this account, the customer can either make 30 transactions of any value in a month and enjoy total freedom from monthly balance maintenance (get minimum balance charges waived) or choose to maintain an average monthly balance of Rs 20,000

The account comes with a power-packed Everyday Rupay Platinum Debit Card that enables customers to enjoy every day offers on common categories such as groceries, medicines, apparels, food delivery, travel, on popular brands like Myntra, Swiggy, 1MG, MakeMyTrip, Licious and more.

One can indulge over the weekends with exclusive offers on movies and dining from BookMyShow and EazyDiner. Customers can also collect surprise rewards on achieving transaction milestones during the month and receive specials offers on festivals, birthdays & completion of account anniversary with the bank.

The Everyday Rupay Platinum Debit Card offers customers higher daily limits of Rs. 3,00,000 for transactions within India and abroad and higher ATM withdrawal limits of Rs 1,00,000. It also offers free unlimited transactions at Kotak Bank ATMs and 10 free ATM transactions at other bank ATMs per month.

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