Ringing in the festive season could not be more exciting this year, as HSBC unveils a special seasonal campaign to evoke the child in their cardholders from 15 November until 31 December 2016.
Overarching on the theme of ‘Bring out the child in you, today’, HSBC credit cardholders are sure to be spoilt for choice with seasonal offers across a wide range of shopping categories at some of the biggest retailers in the country.
As part of the seasonal festivities during the busiest time of the year, HSBC will partner key merchants to afford both early shoppers and last minute buyers the chance to bag in some big discounts when they shop throughout the holiday season. They cover fashion and retail, supermarket, household, dining, local and overseas holidays, jewellery and wrist watches, salons, spas and gyms, insurance, TV, devices, broadband and auto care.
Cardholders can look their best at every occasion with the latest designer labels in women’s, men’s and kid’s wear, footwear and accessories, complimented with up to 30% savings on every purchase at Softlogic retail stores. They can choose from designer brand names like Charles and Keith, Dockers, Fossil, Giordano, Levis, Mango, Mothercare, Nike, Pepe, Peter England and other international brands that are now available in Sri Lanka.
In addition, special super weekends that offer up to 50% savings will take place at Odel, Hameedia, Leather Collection, Cotton Collection and Cotton Collection Plus, Beverly Street, Alankara, Colombo Jewellery Stores, Bullion Exchange, Mallika Hemachandra Jewellers, Vogue Jewellers and Swarna Mahal on specific days of the month, leading up to Christmas.
Nilantha Bastian, Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management at HSBC stated, “The festive season is the most wonderful time of the year for most our customers. It can also be the most expensive with gift giving, attending to family re-unions and various holiday activities. As a child, the season would bring great joy and happiness as it meant opening up presents and sharing the laughter with loved ones. Thus, we wanted to recreate the same sentiment this year by evoking the child in our customers throughout the season. We have also lined up an exciting range of holiday offers for HSBC Premier and Advance customers. We hope all our customers will truly experience the inner joy and feel content being able to buy what they like and celebrate this special time with their friends and loved ones.”
Keells Supermarket being the supermarket of choice for the season, will offer HSBC customers their extensive selection of local and imported holiday favourites and the freshest meat items and Christmas goodies each day of the week.
In spreading the holiday cheer further with customers, HSBC will also partner YesFM to carryout activities and join in their lineup of holiday events during their live broadcast.
Furthermore, HSBC will also partner with Waters Edge this year, to bring an international flavour of the season with authentic Italian, German and Japanese cuisine to arouse local palettes at their popular restaurants.
Shopping for household items and white goods will be made more affordable through HSBC’s tie up with Singer, Singer Mega, Singer Plus, Singer Homes and Sisil World showrooms island-wide that offer up to 20% savings as well as 0% card installment plans of up to 50 months.
Spending time with family and friends during the holidays is yet another pleasure that can be enjoyed through a wide range of dining and lodging offers at several hotel properties across the country.
Traveling to visit family or spend Christmas overseas for a change will also be a breeze, with savings on Etihad Airways and hotels across worldwide hotel bookings.
As the leading international bank, HSBC has continued to create a special aura around the season with each year bringing forth something new. Needless to say, cardholders can also be sure to ease their burden of holiday shopping through the varied offers that cater to most needs, across a wide range of shopping.
For more details, cardholders can visit www.hsbc.lk or listen into the radio for the holiday line-up.