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SampathCards takes ‘Town on Sale’ promotion to Ampara

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SampathCards, the nation’s renowned credit card, hosted its extravagant ‘Town on Sale’ promotion on the 23rd and 24th of October in Ampara. 

Held for the sixth time, SampathCards ‘Town on Sale’ has continued to transform selected locations across the country into a shopper’s paradise with exciting discounts and an array of value added benefits. 

Sampath credit cardholders flocked to the town of Ampara to enjoy discounts on a wide range of goods and services across categories such as groceries, household essentials, hotel & dining, travel, clothing, electronic items, lifestyle and more. Offering lavish discounts of 25 percent, the selected local partners for this promotion included Cargills Food City, Damro, Singer Plus, Sisil World, Softlogic, Sinhagiri, Nanda Furniture Palace, ASB Fashion, Sena Design, SWAG, TKS Fashion, Monty Hotel, Seyane Hardware, Prabodha Hospital, Toyota and Weligama Bookshop. 
The ‘Town on Sale’ promotion was first initiated in 2010 in Rajagiriya, followed by Negombo in 2011, Kandy in 2013, Galle in 2014 and Jaffna in 2015. 
Each year, the promotion witnessed overwhelming waves of shoppers from across the country, undeniably convincing the Bank to continue to host this special promotion at a new location every year. This year, SampathCards turned Ampara into an attractive shopping paradise with colourful lights, music and over 
10,000 shoppers. 

SampathCards continues to identify the dynamic lifestyles and consumer needs, enriching their shopping experiences through an array of services 
and promotions. 

‘Town on Sale’ is yet another reiteration of SampathCards’ dedication to extend its offerings to all of its customers across the island, providing them with premium benefits, value additions and utmost convenience. 

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