Findmyfare.com, Sri Lanka’s first and largest online travel website has partnered HSBC to reward its credit card customers with an additional 10% on airfares.
HSBC Cardholders can enjoy this exclusive offer until 21 June 2014, enabling them to travel to their preferred destination any time before 31 August 2014.
Findmyfare has become a one stop travel solution for discerning holiday makers who look to enjoy the most economical travel options. Cardholders can locate the lowest fares for air tickets and hotel accommodation as well as make reservations and plan the holiday that most suits their budget.
With more than twenty leading local and international airlines listed on the site, travelers can make their air ticket reservations to any part of the world within minutes. They could also find the best deals at exclusive five star resorts to comfortable budget hotels worldwide with over 150,000 hotel options made available to them.
“We are on a journey to spread the joys and excitement of travel to all Sri Lankans. In the recent years we witness many people travelling overseas and at findmyfare we want this momentum to continue, that is why we offer various promotions and discounts on a regular basis. This time the promo is exclusively for HSBC credit cardholders and we are happy to be partnering with a prestigious international bank such as HSBC” said Thushan Shanmugaraja, Director – findmyfare.com.
James Rebert, Head of Cards, Products and Service stated, “Travel has become part of a continuing lifestyle of our cardholders. Hence, we are happy to partner with findmyfare a leading online travel site to enable convenient travel at cost effective prices. We understand that with the proliferation of digital devices such as smart phones and tablets, and the inherent convenience which comes from the online world, customers look for convenient channels to enhance their lifestyle, and we look to make this experience more rewarding through partnerships of this nature.”
findmyfare was nurtured from the seed of a single great idea to spread the excitement of travel and empower the traveler with the lowest travel rates. A hundred percent Sri Lankan entity findmyfare is a subsidiary company of the corporate giant Melwa Group in Sri Lanka. Backed by the strength of its parent company and the love for travel and the excitement that comes with it, the company has managed to create a paradigm in the local travel industry during a short span of time.
The 24 hour online support by travel experts working on the website ensures that all transactions are monitored with instant confirmation via a phone call once a payment is received.
Findmyfare has conducted several promotions and credit card deals to enable the pleasure of overseas travel for its growing customer base. Visitors can choose to enjoy the service with convenient payment options made available through bank transfers, online banking or payment at any bank to obtain e-tickets.
Customers can log onto www.findmyfare.com or call 117 24 7 365 for more information.
tmg Sunday, 21 September 2014 15:20
bald faced lie in the fact that UNP won passara and mahiyanganaya in 2009 when they actually lost it.
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Sirisenaa Sunday, 21 September 2014 15:37
Mr Susil, the fact is that the MR regime days are numbered. let us see how bold you are - call the Presidential election as planned in Jan 2015
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myraspi Sunday, 21 September 2014 15:46
What do you expect from that? for the people it will be just new faces but the same old lies.
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saman Monday, 22 September 2014 03:33
Why do not you field new faces? Can you win next general election from Colombo? In 2010 you were the last person to elect from Colombo list.
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Gayan Monday, 22 September 2014 04:26
Perhaps driving around in 27 defender jeeps was not so much intimidating but insulting to the voters ...
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Nama Sene Monday, 22 September 2014 05:52
Dear Minister.. What were you doing there at Bandarawela on election day? Funny..
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Mahesh Monday, 22 September 2014 06:00
Mr Minister you failed with managing many institutes in the past time you give way to a youngster too.
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tony Monday, 22 September 2014 11:16
ESPECIALLY SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF THE AGING MINISTERS
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shantha Monday, 22 September 2014 11:30
Helping Hambantota days are numbered.
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mack Tuesday, 23 September 2014 10:59
sorry to say now ppl are starting to think downfall of MR regime is imminent via DM Android App
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mount Tuesday, 23 September 2014 12:24
Head secretary of More party secretaries association. Now days eaten GINGER.
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M.O.A.Careem Wednesday, 24 September 2014 01:16
learned Minister.....your Mathematics are late - youngsters in the country have ample enough alternate options. proved in Uva
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