Google Pay’s Diwali campaign became the most popular and talked-about campaign this festive season. The payments app announced that they are giving ₹251 a promised gift of ₹251 on collecting all five Diwali stamps – Diya, Flower, Lantern, Jhumka and Rangoli. It also gives users the chance to win Rs 1 lakh.
To get a stamp, you either need to make a transaction of more than ₹35 or gift someone a stamp, to get another one. Stamps are drawn out randomly, and you can get any stamp upon fulfilling one of the two conditions mentioned above.
There’s also a choice to gift Diwali stamps which can give back a surprise stamp to the user. Google Pay also lets users request for particular Diwali stamps to other users. Another option which is exclusive to Android users is the Diwali scanner. Using the phone’s scanner, users can scan Diwali images and accumulate a stamp.
Google Pay users can assemble up to five stamps daily. Google says that marks are given out randomly and “the more you pay friends and businesses with Google, the more stamps you can collect.”
While this scheme may seem simple, it isn’t due to scarcity of Rangoli stamp. The shortage of this stamp got so much attention that it became a meme fest on social media and went viral. Customers expressed their anger over the issue while social media pages took advantage of it and made viral memes. Check out some of the best memes on the Internet.
However, the campaign is still thriving and considering the results and outrage for rangoli stamp; Google has extended the Diwali scheme till November 11. The company has also promised more Rangoli stamps during this extension.
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