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    One million airline miles up for grabs

    Standard Chartered credit cardholders will have a chance to win one million Royal Skies miles in a promotional campaign until April 30.

    The bank’s cardholders can participate in the ‘A Million Miles with Standard Chartered Credit Card Campaign’ by spending a minimum of BND50 in a single transaction during the promotion period.

    Every BND50 spent in a single transaction will be entitled to one chance in the lucky draw.

    Cardholders will also receive more chances depending on their credit card spend. Two times chances for all local spending, three times chances for spending at any of the Bank’s The Good Life programme partners and five times chances for all online and overseas spending.

    In addition to the grand prize of one million Royal Skies miles, 30 consolation prizes of 6,500 Royal Skies miles are also up for grabs.

    Every month during the promotion, three BND500 Royal Brunei travel vouchers will be also  be given away.

    Head Consumer Private and Business Banking Jocelane Basir said, “The possibilities are endless with a Standard Chartered Credit Card and we wanted to bring this excitement to our latest campaign. which features one million air miles for the grand winner.

    “With the world opening up for Bruneians and travel, it is the perfect time to take advantage of the benefits and features that comes with our credit card.”

    Interested customers who apply for a Standard Chartered credit card during the promotion period and spend a minimum of BND150 with their new credit card during the promotion period will be entitled to an American Tourister luggage bag for the first 100 clients.

    New credit card applicants will also be entitled to a three-year annual fee waiver.

    Standard Chartered credit cards are globally recognised and accepted, and come with a host of benefits and privileges while offering secure transactions through robust fraud surveillance systems.

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