Renowned for creating some of the most exciting and innovative credit card offers in the market, Seylan Bank once again outdoes itself, giving customers a fantastic opportunity to win big and enjoy great savings with Seylan Bank credit cards.
With Seylan Bank credit card’s latest offer, customers have the opportunity to win 100 litres of fuel and a trolley full of goods every day, simply by using their Seylan credit card to purchase Rs. 2,000 worth of fuel at any fuel station or goods at any supermarket island-wide.
From May 5th to June 3rd, a winner each will be selected daily to win 100 litres of fuel valued at Rs. 11,700 and the value of a trolley full of goods will be Rs. 10,000 with the respective values credited to their accounts in June. The draw will be held weekly, with winners selected for the previous week, and the respective day’s draw will be held for purchases made only on that particular day. The offer is not available for customers who make purchases using manual credit card swiping machines, and cannot be exchanged for money.
‘We, at Seylan Cards constantly strive to give our customers the best in terms of quality, value and service. Our credit card offers reflect this commitment, offering rewards and savings that enhance our customers’ lives, giving them the opportunity for great experiences’, the bank’s Chief Manager for Cards Nimesh Fernando said.
Further, adding thoughts on this promo, Tissa Nanayakkara, Senior Deputy General Manager for Retail Banking said “our aim is to reach out to our customers and engage with them on a daily basis, building sustainable relationships and nurturing our ever-increasing customer base. Seylan credit cards enable customers to enjoy the best things in life with ease, convenience and affordability. Seylan credit cards offer customers more than just a relationship based on financial transactions – we offer our customers the possibility of an enhanced lifestyle”.
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