Credit Card – Make a Payment
You can pay your ICICI Bank Credit Card bill through the below options:
From ICICI Bank Account:
Use Internet Banking to login to your ICICI Bank Account and pay your overdues. For more details, please, click here
Scan to Pay
Make payments through QR-Code based Unified Payments Interface (UPI) payments. For details, click here
Payment through iMobile app
Make payments by logging in to ICICI Bank iMobile app. For more details, please click here.
Payment through ATM
Make payments through ICICI Bank Debit Card at ICICI Bank ATMs. Just swipe your card at ICICI Bank ATM and go to More options and pay your Credit Card overdue.
Payment through Internet banking
With Click to pay, you can now use ICICI Bank Internet Banking to pay your ICICI Bank Credit Card Bill. Click here to pay your bill.
From Non-ICICI Bank Accounts:
With Click To Pay, you can now use the NetBanking facility of other bank accounts to pay your ICICI Bank Credit Card Bill. Payment will reflect in your ICICI Bank Card account within 3 working days.
For payments made through Click To Pay, we request you to make the payment at least 3 working days prior to the due date to avoid late payment charges.
Payment through NEFT
Make your ICICI Bank Credit Card payments through National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) system from your other bank Internet Banking facility, if they have NEFT facility. Use your 15-digit American Express Credit Card number/ 16-digit Visa/Mastercard Credit Card number as account number and Indian Financial System (IFS) Code ICIC0000103 for ICICI Bank at the time of registration of ICICI Bank Credit Card as the payee for fund transfer. For more details, please
For more details, please click here.
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