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Mastercard indulges cardholders with year-round savings on travel and dining

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Mastercard rolled out a host of year-round, premium travel and dining privileges for cardholders in Sri Lanka with up to 30 percent savings at some of the country’s finest dining establishments, hotels, resorts and spas. 
Valid from now until December 31, 2017, the promotion gives Mastercard debit and credit cardholders yet another reason to savour more priceless moments with their family and friends, all through the year.
Speaking on this, Mastercard Country Manager Sri Lanka and Maldives R.B. Santosh Kumar said, “Given their fast-paced lives, Sri Lankan consumers are placing a premium on the private moments they share with friends and family. And these moments are not restricted to the holiday season alone. By offering significant savings at some of the country’s most coveted dining establishments, hotels, resorts and spas, we look forward to enabling our  cardholders rejoice with their loved ones all year round. This initiative also reiterates our commitment to bring the best of bespoke experiences to suit the lifestyle of our consumers and make their priceless moments more special.”
Inviting cardholders to take a break from their hectic schedules and rejuvenate their mind, body and spirit, Mastercard is offering major savings at a host of properties including Amaloh by Jetwing, Amaranta Classic Retreat, Azmaara Spa, Calamansi Cove by Jetwing, Casa Colombo Collection – Colombo and Mirissa, Dickwella Resort and Spa, Era Beach by Jetwing, Jetwing Lagoon, Jetwing Kaduruketha, Jetwing Kurulubeda, Jie Jie Beach by Jetwing, Juce Hotel, Jungle beach, Uga Bay and Ullagalla by Uga Escapes, Sunrise by Jetwing, Water Garden, The Blue Water, The Calm Resort and Spa, The Eden Resort and Spa, The Elephant Corridor, The Paradise Resort and Spa and Villa Weli.
Cardholders can also strike delightful conversations over delectable meals with the significant discounts on offer at Grand Gourmet, Off the Hook, Paddington, Rare at Residence, Sentosa Café, Tea Avenue, The Asylum, The Bavarian and The Sizzle. 

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