Three lucky winners to enjoy bill wipe-out

|     Danial Norjidi     |

STANDARD Chartered Bank announced that in its latest campaign ending on December 31, it will reward three lucky winners with a monthly bill wipe-out for one whole year totalling up to BND24,000, BND12,000 and BND6,000.

According to a press release, the campaign, entitled ‘A Year Worth of Holidays’, aims to reward existing Standard Chartered Visa credit cardholders with chances for every BND50 they spend, with a minimum spend of BND1,000 to be eligible, to wipe-out their overseas credit card spend, their air tickets and accommodation each month.

“Standard Chartered clients are avid travellers, and we want to be able to reward them with a possible holiday each month,” said Head of Retail Products and Segments for Standard Chartered Jocelane Basir. “This fantastical reward is only limited by your imagination, and holidays like a five-day Bali getaway, or a weekend to Hong Kong are entirely possible.

“We are so excited to launch this campaign and we look forward to seeing who the lucky winners will be,” added Jocelane.

The press release notes that on top of this lucky draw, Standard Chartered Bank is also rewarding new Visa credit card applicants if they sign up for a Visa credit card before December 31. It was shared that individuals who sign up for a credit card will be entitled to receive an American Tourister Clayton Spinner luggage and travel vouchers up to BND120, depending on their approved credit card type.

The travel vouchers can be redeemed at Century Travel, Freme Travel, Pan Bright Travel and At-Taqwa Travel Tours.

Additionally, new credit card applicants will also enjoy a three-year annual fee waiver and five lucky draw chances when they activate their credit card by swiping BND100 within the first month of receiving their new card.

During the promotional period, Visa credit cardholders will also be entitled to double reward points on any credit purchases at any of the above mentioned travel agencies, local dining establishments, online and overseas spend.