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Happiness comes home this festive season: HNB announces array of special card offers


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Sri Lanka’s most popular retail bank, HNB PLC, announced the launch of an expanded set of offers – this time including discounts up to 70% from a selection of over 200 of the most popular merchants island-wide – just in time for the start of the festive season.

Aiming to ensure that its customers receive the greatest value, HNB Cards has partnered with a vast selection of popular local and international retail brands, in addition to a comprehensive suite of fine dining, leisure, travel and hotel promotions, in order to deliver unprecedented value for money and unmatched choice for all HNB credit and debit cardholders.

“The end of the year is always a time of great celebration and HNB’s seasonal promotions are always highly anticipated by our customers. That is because each year, we always deliver on our promise of providing our valued cardholders with access to the widest choice when it comes to treating themselves and their loved ones,” HNB Head of Cards (Issuance) Gauthami Niranjan stated. 

This year’s offers span a total of 100 leading fashion brands, over 100 hotels, resorts and hospitality brands across the island, together with close to 45 lifestyle brands and over 20 of the most popular dining establishments and franchises in Sri Lanka.

“Whether you’re looking to spend a hard-earned vacation along the coast, or up in the hills, or stocking up on gifts and goodies to share and celebrate with loved ones, if you are an HNB cardholder, we can guarantee that you will be getting the best value and the widest range of choices when you bank with us,” Niranjan added. Jet-setting HNB cardholders can also take advantage of the bank’s special seasonal offers delivered in partnership with leading tour companies including discounts and interest free instalment payments on international airfares to numerous destinations worldwide.

Those travelling locally during the holiday season can also avail themselves of discounts of up to 70% from HNB’s prestigious hospitality partner network, while those seeking a night out with friends and family can avail themselves of a wide array of special offers on everything from fast-food to fine-dining, coffee shops, clubs and lounges.

HNB’s e-commerce savvy customers have not been left out, and this year they are being offered with discounts between 10-70% when shopping, booking hotels and even buying insurance online.

Currently, HNB cards range from Visa Classic, Gold, Platinum, Signature and Infinite, in addition to MasterCard Regular, Gold, Platinum and World, while each cardholder is facilitated with a host of other inviting features including the waiver of any joining fees and free supplementary cards for immediate family members with no joining or annual fees.

HNB Cards also offer unmatched complimentary health and travel insurance cover and lounge access at over 1000+ airports world-wide through Visa Airport Companion and MasterCard Lounge-Key. The Bank also introduced the Visa Concierge Lifestyle App for HNB Visa Infinite and Signature credit cardholders that provides convenient, personalised reservations for overseas hotel, flight and restaurants available 24 x 7 x 365 tailored to meet the requirements of each individual card holder.


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