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Hotstar partners with Citibank to offer credit card customers 100% cashback

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Hotstar partners with Citibank to offer credit card customers 100% cashback

Hotstar, India’s premium streaming platform, announced a strategic partnership with Citibank India to offer consumers exciting cashback offers on subscriptions. This association provides 6 months of Hotstar Premium to all Citibank credit card customers with 100% cashback.

The partnership draws on the natural synergies between both brands– Hotstar will leverage the partnership to delight their high-value customers and provide the world’s most exciting video content to Citibank credit card customers.

Citibank credit card customers will get access to the extensive video library of Hotstar Premium and an exclusive cashback for 6 months.

The offer will be valid for 3 months, starting 10th April 2018. During this time, customers will be required to sign up and register their Citibank credit card as the payment mode for Hotstar Premium.

The offer is valid exclusively on Citi Credit Cards issued in India for first time users on Hotstar.

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