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NTB Amex reintroduces fitness and wellness initiative

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Nations Trust Bank (NTB) has reintroduced its fitness and wellness initiative to kick-start 2016 on a positive, enabling its American Express (Amex) cardmembers to a host of savings at gyms, sports goods stores, spas, opticians and pharmacies, ensuring that they lead an active and healthy lifestyle throughout the year. 

In its second consecutive year due to its popularity, NTB, Amex card wellness and fitness plan will enable the cardmembers to stay fit and healthy or set some new fitness objectives by enabling a 15 percent to 20 percent savings on select gym memberships; 10 percent to 15 percent saving for sportswear and fitness equipment; a 20 percent to 30 percent savings at select spas; 10 percent to 15 percent savings at hospitals and opticians and up to 10 percent savings at pharmacies. These offers will be spread across 40 fitness and wellness partners across the island. Added to that, every transaction above Rs.25,000 at any fitness or well-being organisation can be converted into an instalment plan. This offer is valid till February 29, 2016.  

Speaking of the exclusive cardmembers privilege, NTB Head of Cards Nimesh Fernando said, “We are always looking at ways to reward our cardmembers and what better way to start the new year than on a healthy note. The end of the festive season always reminds us that we need to get back on track to leading a healthy lifestyle and since this is the second year we are running this offer, we believe many of you are up for gym membership renewals, therefore we have expanded the offers available to ensure the best for you to keep your fitness goals in 2016.”

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