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Seylan Bank gears up to deliver a hearty Christmas


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Christmas, the season of joy, love, and laughter is just around the corner. Understanding much-needed customer desires, Seylan Bank is ready to bring forth a ‘Hearty Christmas’ with some of the best credit card offers in the market, making Christmas shopping dreams a reality for everyone.

Seylan Bank Plc Marketing and Sales Head Gamika De Silva



Continuing their journey as a customer-centric organisation, Seylan Bank launched a website to exclusively re-define customer convenience this Christmas season. For the first time, Seylan Bank is proud to introduce www.seylanoffers.com – a platform to guide customers and continuously update them on all Seylan credit and debit card offers. As another exclusive feature, customers will be allowed to add their preferred or favourite offers into their personal calendars. This feature will act as a reminder to customers, thereby minimising the tendency of missing out on any of the offers.

Additionally, for the first time in history, Seylan Bank is offering their largest credit and debit card offerings this Christmas season by partnering with some of the leading merchants in the country, such as Abans, Singer, Damro, SriLankan Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Auto Miraj, Softlogic retail group of companies, and Barista to name a few.

Commenting on this year’s offerings, Seylan Bank Marketing and Sales Head Gamika De Silva said, “As a bank that connects with consumers at the heart, we at Seylan Bank are geared up to offer our valued cardholders a ‘Hearty Christmas’ this time around with the best credit and debit card offers across multiple platforms. We have partnered with some of the biggest merchants in the country with easy payment plans to suit their lifestyle. Focusing on customer-centric value additions for Seylan cards, we have taken the initiative to launch www.seylanoffers.com this year, a platform to guide and update customers on all our credit and debit card offers. The platform will also have an exclusive feature for customers to add their preferred offers into their personal calendars which will in return send out alerts minimising the tendency of missing out on any of the offers during this busy shopping season.”

Throughout the years, Seylan Credit Cards have provided the best seasonal offerings, empowering its cardholders to make their dreams a reality. This year’s range of massive discounts include over 300 offers across merchant’s islandwide. In addition, Seylan Bank will be offering ‘ cracker deals’ at leading partners ranging from Pizza Hut, Shangri La, Burger King, Mallika Hemachandra, and Singhagiri to name a few.

As the Bank with a Heart, Seylan Bank has continued to redefine Sri Lanka’s payment card landscape whilst indulging their cardholders with a host of unmatched offers, rewards, and exclusive privileges. 

To obtain a Seylan Credit or Debit Card customers can now contact the Bank’s hotline on 011 200 88 88 or log onto www.seylan.lk for more information.


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