LFC treats up for grabs in Bank More Score More campaign

Standard Chartered Bank has launched a pan-bank league competition offering customers an opportunity to accumulate points that lead to exclusive Liverpool Football Club (LFC) prizes. The Bank More Score More campaign is open from now to June 30.

The competition is a compelling initiative for LFC fans and takes place on the ‘Standard Chartered Virtual League’. Prizes range from authentic Liverpool-branded merchandise to a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Anfield to watch LFC play.

To partake in the league, new clients need only to open an account and take up more products to earn points in the Standard Chartered Virtual League. Existing clients can also participate by taking up more products to earn points.

Head of Consumer, Private and Business Banking at Standard Chartered Brunei Jocelane Basir said, “Bank More Score More is an exciting initiative for us to launch at Standard Chartered Bank to engage and reward our existing clients as well as welcome new clients was integral for this campaign. The campaign will reward clients as they transact more and take up financial solutions. Leveraging on our sponsorship with LFC, it is truly a unique experience for club fans and football fans who have always wanted to watch a live football match in a world class league.”

The prizes awarded depend on the total points scored and the tiers reached. The first two clients to reach a total of 100 points (goals) will be awarded the grand prize of an all-inclusive trip for two to Anfield, United Kingdom, which includes two return flights to Manchester Airport and on-ground transfer; three-night accommodation; two main stand tickets and stadium tour and dinner with an LFC Legend.

The Bank More Score More Campaign has been launched in Brunei, Botswana, Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Uganda, the United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.

Standard Chartered has been the main sponsor of LFC since 2010 and will extend to the end of the 2022-2023 season, making it the second-longest sponsorship deal in LFC history.