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Fly Now, Pay Monthly - Installment payment plans for all travel bookings

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A A A, Sri Lanka’s most convenient online travel solution provider has partnered with the best bank chains in Sri Lanka, enabling customers to reserve online using their credit cards and pay in installments. The Bank Chains associated for this amazing deal are Sampath Bank, Nations Trust Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, HSBC and Hatton National Bank, offering 0% interest payment plans and remarkably low handling fees. Now customers are able to travel to their most preferred destinations escaping the financial constraints with this easy payment scheme.

Thushan Shanmugarajah, Director of Sales and Marketing of stated “Though people like to travel the world, financial limitations make travel just a dream for many. Hence, our introduction of this opportunity for our customers is to make their dreams holiday a reality. Now, only playing in monthly installments, we have given the chance for the everyday traveler a chance to travel without the pressure”

“Findmyfare IT Team is always prepared to provide innovative travel solutions to ensure highest customer convenience. We have continuously made online purchasing for the user a much more hassle free experience. Even with this valued deal we strive to guarantee that the best is delivered to our customers” mentioned Suren Rajasooriya, the Head of IT, Findmyfare.

Payment plans are available for many tenures starting from 03 months, 06 months to even 24 months with Fly Now, Pay Monthly easy payment scheme.
Findmyfare has conducted several promotions and credit card deals to provide the pleasure of overseas travel for its growing customer base. They are looking forward to bring in more deals to amaze their customer base in the future as well.

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