With EarlySalary's Travel EMIs
Whether it’s a weekend getaway or a holiday you’d been planning for months, travel isn’t just enriching, it’s also a much needed break from work. If only our bank accounts would agree, though. While travelling is often satisfying, it can also be expensive, or at the very least, heavy on our budget. Fortunately for us - EarlySalary is here to help with instant travel EMIs.
Travel Now, Pay Later
Effortlessly use your EarlySalary limit for your travel plans. Its no cost EMIs and partnerships with India’s leading travel agencies - MakeMyTrip, make it easier than ever to plan your dream vacation.
No cost EMIs on travel loans, along with direct integration with payment gateways culminate in a travel planning experience that is easy, convenient, and fun!
Our Travel Partners
Integration at checkout with our travel partners allows you to pay for your vacation right from MakeMyTrip . You can even pay in 3 or 6 EMIs at a nominal charge. No more missing out on a family vacation or a college reunion.
Travel On MakeMyTrip
Use your EarlySalary limit to shop on Amazon and pay in low cost 3 EMIs & affordable 6 EMIs.
Travel On MakeMyTrip
Use your EarlySalary limit to book your travel on MakeMyTrip and pay in low cost or 3 or 6 EMIs.
How to book your travel using MakeMyTrip?
5 July 2019
As a growing cohort of Indian population enters the working age, a substantial part of their disposable income is being spent on travel. Their reasons may vary, but what’s common is the need for self-preservation and a non-negotiable desire to explore the unexplored. This is why millennial’s are now integrating the passion for travel into […]
27 September 2019
Fond of scrolling through Instagram, looking wistfully at beautiful photos of people travelling the world? You’re not alone. If you wish to travel around the globe but don’t have the funds you think you need, the first thing you must understand is that most people travelling the world are not really as rich as you […]
25 July 2019
Summers are approaching, which means the travel sector is going to see a spike in tourists – both inbound and outbound. For the outbound ones, the planning (and the trip itself) will be time consuming, if you’re going out of your country, you might as well see everything the place has to offer, right? Most […]