Swiggy Introduced It’s Digital Wallet Named Swiggy Money For Seamless Food Order Transactions

Swiggy Money

Swiggy, the food ordering platform has extended its services to online money wallets too, and this wallet can be used for food order only, whenever you order your favorite food from Swiggy. In partnership with ICICI Bank, Swiggy Money has been launched recently. The addition of services in Swiggy has been done in order to provide the customers with an effortless ordering experience and to get their food delivered with just one click.

Similar to other online payment wallets, Swiggy Money is designed to store the virtual money in the wallet and initiate the transactions from the applications. And whenever you place an order, you can pay for it with the virtual money stores in the wallet.

Since the wallet is in partnership with ICICI bank so the customers of the bank would be able to access the application instantly and hassle-free but for non-ICICI bank users, you would be required to provide the application with your aadhar card number and identity verification to access Swiggy Money Wallet.

With the introduction of Swiggy Money, the need to use third-party payment wallets won’t be necessary now. The new service is claiming to provide the customers with instant refunds.

Also, the customers will get an all-new ‘split pay’ option, through which you will have the option to pay half of what your order cost through Swiggy Money, and for the remaining half you may use some other wallet option. To access the service, just go on the application and press the button that says Active Swiggy Money.

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Written by Raghava

Raghava is Google certified digital marketer,Wordpress consultant and Founder at .


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