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‘Dine and Smile’ discounts at 64 partner restaurants


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Commercial Bank’s ‘Dine and Smile’ promotion is back for the second time this year, with  64 of the country’s most popular restaurants offering discounts exclusive to the bank’s credit and debit card holders.

Effective till end September, Commercial Bank credit card holders will enjoy discounts of 25 percent and debit card holders discounts of 15 percent when they dine at these restaurants, 33 of which are located within leading hotels.

Sixteen restaurants at nine hotels of the Jetwing Group in Negombo, Colombo, Dambulla, Galle, Panadura and Jaffna, along with four restaurants at the Kingsbury, three restaurants each at the Galadari Hotel, The Banyan, and Waters Edge and two each at Gateway Hotels and Resorts and Mandarina are among the hotel restaurants participating in this latest promotion.

The participating standalone restaurants are &Co. Pub and Kitchen, Asylum, Barista World Trade Center, Cafe Mocha, Laksala Thummulla, Bambalapitiya and the National Museum outlets only, Berlin Sky Lounge, Il Cielo, Black Pepper, Caffe Michaelanjelo, Amber, Cloud Café, Loft Lounge Bar, Scarlet Room, Flamingo House, Harpo’s Pizza and Pasta Parlour, Indian Summer, Jack Tree, Jade, Loon Tao, Maharaja Palace, Ponnusamy, Raja Bojun, Seoul Restaurant, Siam House, Streat 360, TGI Fridays, The Mango Tree, The Sandwich Factory, Tilko Hotels, Tsing Tao,  Tsukiji Uoichi and Vasantha Bhavan.

These discounts significantly enhance the benefits already offered by Comdeals, a programme which provides value addition to Commercial Bank cardholders through discounts at a number of major retail outlets in the country and zero-percent easy payment schemes for credit cardholders. Commercial Bank cardholders are also eligible to participate in global promotions carried out by Visa and Mastercard and receive more benefits under ‘Combank Max Loyalty rewards.’

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