SampathCards to offer season’s biggest discounts

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SampathCards, the nation’s leading credit card is ringing in the jubilant ambience for this season of holiday and cheer. 


To celebrate, SampathCards is inviting its Sampath cardholders to an exciting time of indulgence till the 31st of December with the biggest discounts available across the island. 


To celebrate this festive season, SampathCards has partnered with over 150 merchants across an array of categories giving its shoppers abundance of choice for purchasing their ideal gifts, family treats, festive wear and more. The categories include retail, fashion, jewellery, supermarkets, electronics, furniture, baby care, fitness, bookshops, duty free, lifestyle, eye care, motor insurance, online shopping and hotel and dining. 


Sampath MasterCard, Visa Credit cardholders and Sampath Bank American Express credit cardmembers can treat themselves with splendid discounts up to 50 percent across diverse categories. Additionally, cardholders can also avail themselves with a 0 percent interest instalment plan which ranges across 12 months, 30 months and 36 months on selected products and services, facilitating a convenient and stress-free alternative to purchasing necessities during this month incurring an extra expenditure.


As the merry season builds up in hype, excitement and the bustle of shopping and gift giving, SampathCards brings its customers great joy as it offers an assortment of categories to shop from. The expanding platform of unmatchable discounts offered to Sampath credit cardholders has established SampathCards as one of the most sought after credit cards in the industry. 
During this season of celebration and generosity, ‘The Responsible Choice’ reiterates its commitment to identifying the real needs of customers and effectively transform new ideas into products and services that gratify those needs with convenience and value added benefits.  

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