Travelyaari ties up with Amazon Pay

Travelyaari ties up with Amazon Pay to enable one-click payments and seamless bookings for customers.

Travelyaari has partnered with Amazon Pay to enable faster and seamless checkouts for customers booking tickets on the Travelyaari website or the mobile application. With this partnership, customers can enjoy one-click purchases using their Amazon Pay balance and also avail various deals and discounts.As a special offer for the month of July, customers using their Amazon Pay balance to make purchases on Travelyaari will be able to earn a cashback of 25% or maximum of upto Rs. 100 on their bookings.

Aurvind Lama, CEO and Founder Travelyaari commented, “We have taken utmost care to integrate multiple payment methods within the platform and make them as transparent, secure, and seamless as possible for customers. With the growing popularity of Amazon Pay as a payment mode for a variety of use cases, it was a natural progression for us to offer this option to our customers as well. Besides the one-click checkout process that this move offers them, our customers will also is able to enjoy a suite of cashbacks and deals that Amazon Pay regularly comes up with.”As an ecosystem player in this industry, we have also integrated Amazon Pay in our bus operator websites like Shatabdi Travels, Mahendra Travels, Gujarat travels, Shree Rishabh Travels, GPT Mohan Travels, Bhagyalaxmi Travels, DNR ExpressSamay Travels, Vaibhav Travels, Nafees Travels (A.I.C.T.S.L).

Travelyaari has been at the forefront of introducing a plethora of new technologies and digital solutions in the field of travel assistance, with features such as bus tracking technology optimizing its ability to reveal inconsistencies in scheduled arrival time, along with any other inefficient processes. By enabling software-based operations, Travelyaari has managed to make travel a more manageable, reliable, and enjoyable experience for both operators and travellers alike.

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