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Findmyfare offers another exciting travel deal for HSBC credit cardholders who are planning to travel to India. This deal allows HSBC cardholders to enjoy a 15% discount on their air ticket when they fly to Kerala on SriLankan Airlines.

Findmyfare has successfully conducted several credit card deals to reward their customers along with HSBC but this promo is specifically targeted towards those who are travelling to Kerala.

“We have ongoing promotions and deals with the focus of rewarding our customers in every way possible. This is a closely targeted promotion but we hope to add value to those who are travelling to Kerala through this offer” said Thuashan Shanmugaraja, Director –

Sri Lanka’s first and largest online travel company 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 your payments are monitored immediately, and you will receive a phone call once a payment is made. Although the promotion is purely based on HSBC Credit Card payments, in general you can do any transactions on through bank transfers, online banking or pay at any bank and get your e-ticket.

findmyfare along with HSBC is offering this super deal for the customers who use their credit card on the website to make flight bookings to Kerala till 31st August 2014 and traveling on or before 31 September 2014. Log onto or call 117 24 7 365 for more information on this latest promotion. 

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