Visa and Standard announced the winners for its Visa Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 campaign that ran from January until April 30, 2020 according to the bank in a press statement yesterday.
Lucky Standard Chartered Visa cardholder Lien Kok Yow won the grand prize of an all-expenses paid package for two persons to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, which was postponed to be held in summer 2021.
The first runner-up Liew Juh Eng was awarded two air tickets to Tokyo while the second runner-up Kam Boon Long received a 65″ Smart HD TV.
Seventeen were also awarded with 5,000 Royal Skies Miles each.
All winners were selected and drawn at random internally witnessed by bank representatives.
During the campaign, existing Standard Chartered Visa Credit cardholders needed to spend BND50 during the promotion period to qualify for the lucky draw while new applicants who signed up for a Standard Chartered Visa Credit Card during the promotion period were entitled to annual fee waivers and additional chances in the lucky draw.
“As a proud sponsor of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, we are pleased to run this campaign for Standard Chartered Visa cardholders. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and we are glad to provide our cardholders these amazing benefits and rewards when they spend using their Standard Chartered Visa cards,” said Visa Country Manager for Singapore & Brunei Kunal Chatterjee.
“We would like to thank all our participating cardholders for their support, and a huge congratulation to the grand prize winner, Lien Kok Yow. Such campaigns enable us to promote the use of cashless payments and grow our digital payments footprint in the country,” he added.
Acting Head of Retail Banking Jocelane Basir said, “We are delighted to be able to partner with Visa to award the prizes for this campaign despite pandemic challenges. Our global partnerships with organisations such as Visa allows us to leverage on unique experiences that complement our clients’ lifestyle and financial aspirations and would like to thank our clients for their unwavering support.”