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Indian Railways offer 5% off on train tickets through BHIM UPI

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Indian Railways offer
5% Instant discount through BHIM UPI
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Offer validity
Offer valid up to June 12,2020
Steps to avail the offer
Visit PRS (passenger reserved system) reserved counter at railway station
Book the ticket through any BHIM UPI App
Collect request will be sent to customer linked to UPI BHIM application
Pay using any BHIM UPI app
Terms and Conditions
Such discount shall be applicable only on reserved tickets booked across the reservation/booking counters when booking through UPI including BHIM application
Discount shall be applicable on tickets whose total value of basic fare of a ticket shall be Rs100 and above
However, maximum discount on a ticket shall not be more than Rs50
No such discounts shall be applicable on unreserved single journey tickets/season tickets, reserved tickets booked online (e-ticket/I-ticket) etc
Such discount shall be applicable only across the reservation counter upto the preparation of first reservation chart. After the preparation of first reservation chart no such discount shall be applicable
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Indian Railways is already giving 43% subsidy on all tickets…..

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jileg wrote:

Indian Railways is already giving 43% subsidy on all tickets…..

What?

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jileg wrote:

Indian Railways is already giving 43% subsidy on all tickets…..

43% subsidy + 5% off

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g985481987117 wrote:

What?

Yeah , on every ticket you purchased till now , it’s under subsidy only.
That’s why passenger trains run in losses because we are paying only around 57% of the original cost that should be actually charged to us.
Profit comes mainly from freight/goods trains.

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jileg wrote:

Yeah , on every ticket you purchased till now , it’s under subsidy only.
That’s why passenger trains run in losses because we are paying only around 57% of the original cost that should be actually charged to us.
Profit comes mainly from freight/goods trains.

I wonder why to take the train if I’m paying bus fare. Public transport should always be subsidized otherwise it’s not a public service. If they charge the full price they are accountable for delays too.

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geturchiru wrote:

I wonder why to take the train if I’m paying bus fare. Public transport should always be subsidized otherwise it’s not a public service. If they charge the full price they are accountable for delays too.

Why to take the train?
There are many loyal indian railways passengers stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye.
We like train travel more than bus.
It’s more comfortable for us.
It is not as boring as bus too .

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jileg wrote:

Why to take the train?
There are many loyal indian railways passengers stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye.
We like train travel more than bus.
It’s more comfortable for us.
It is not as boring as bus too .

Experiences vary from person to person and time to time. If the prices are same, you reach faster and closer to your destination with bus and you still take train then yes you are “loyal”

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jileg wrote:

Yeah , on every ticket you purchased till now , it’s under subsidy only.
That’s why passenger trains run in losses because we are paying only around 57% of the original cost that should be actually charged to us.
Profit comes mainly from freight/goods trains.

Yes, they provide subsidy on maintenance and support as well. laughing

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