SampathCards lights up Jaffna city with ‘Town on Sale’

22 September 2015 02:40 am - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


 SampathCards lit up the city of Jaffna with the extravagant ‘Town on Sale’ promotion on the 12th and 13th of September, which transformed Jaffna into the ultimate shopper’s paradise. 

Sampath Bank officials commenced this promotion with the traditional lighting of the oil lamp at the Cargills Square located in the heart of Jaffna. 
At this promotion, Sampath Credit Cardholders were given the opportunity to make privileged purchases ranging from Super Market, Hotels & Dining, Travel, Clothing, Electronic Items and many more. Cardholders who flocked to the city of Jaffna received an exhilarating 25 percent discount on products  and services purchased from partners which included Cargills FoodCity, Singer Plus, Sisil World, KFC, Majestic Cineplex – Jaffna, Softlogic, Softlogic Max, Damro, DSI, Vision Care, Signature, Trendy, Jaffna Tex, Colombo Fashion, ABI Fashion World, Venukka Tex, Lux Francisco Varano, Mango’s, Fits Margosa, Lingan Cream House, Tilko Hotel, Hotel Lux Etoils, Subhas Hotel & City Electronics. 

SampathCards, the nation’s responsible credit card brand has always made it an utmost priority to give its cardholders the ultimate shopping experience with valuable savings and unmatchable contentment. As such, SampathCards has continued to place unwavering commitment to reach out to the whole nation with ultimate benefits, value additions and convenience in order to give the cardholders of the nation an unforgettable shopping and life enriching experiences. Thus, the Town on Sale promotion is yet another reiteration of SampathCards dedication towards offering the best value added benefits to cardholders island-wide.

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