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Special Valentine’s savings with Nations Trust Bank American Express and MasterCard

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Celebrate the season of love this Valentine’s Day with numerous special savings and privileges from Nations Trust Bank American Express and MasterCard. Whether you are looking to surprise your Valentine with a special gift or a romantic dinner for two, your Nations Trust Bank credit card is all you need to create memories you can treasure. 

Cardmembers can enjoy these special privileges and savings at some of Colombo’s premier retail establishments and most sought-after restaurants.

Speaking about the Valentine’s Day specials, Nations Trust Bank Head of Cards Niluka Gunatilake said, “We have partnered with some of the best merchants for jewellery, clothing, accessories and fine dining to provide our Cardmembers with plenty of options to make this Valentines truly special. These savings are also intended to reward our Cardmembers for their loyalty.” 

Cardmembers can enjoy special savings on jewellery at Vogue Jewellers – up to 45% savings on diamond and colour stone jewellery and 17% savings on 22kt gold jewellery (13 and 14 February only); Raja Jewellers – up to 45% savings on diamond jewellery, up to 35% savings on coloured jewellery, up to 25% savings on bridal jewellery and up to 15% savings for plain gold jewellery; Diamond Dreams – up to 50% savings (from 12 to 16 February); Fior Drissage – up to 55% savings (from 1 to 28 February); Abdeen Jewellers – 25% savings on coloured stones and diamond jewellery and 10% savings on gold jewellery (from 11 to 19 February) and Mallika Hemachandra Jewellers – 20% savings on diamond studded jewellery and 15% savings on 22kt gold jewellery (from 7 to 14 February).

Special savings are also available on clothing and fashion accessories exclusively for Platinum American Express Cardmembers at Avirate – 20% savings (13 and 14 February), Odel & Luv SL – 20% savings (9 and 10 February) and Cotton Collection – 20% savings (9 and 10 February).

The following Softlogic brands will also provide savings of 20% on 9 and 10 February, exclusively for Platinum American Express Cardmembers: Galleria, Nike, Levi’s, Pepe Jeans, Charles & Keith, Aldo (at Colombo City Centre), Mango, Swarovski (at Colombo City Centre), Armani Exchange (at Colombo City Centre), Luxe Handbags (at Colombo City Centre), Fossil, Mothercare, Clarks (at Colombo City Centre), Tommy Hilfiger, International Watches and Splash. 

Cardmembers will also be able to revel in a scrumptious and romantic dinner on 14 February and enjoy special savings at any of the following establishments: Jack Tree – 20% savings, The Coffee Shop at Galadari – 20% on food (Dinner only), Flavors at Galadari – 20% on food (Dinner only), California Grill at Galadari – 15% on food (Dinner only), Yue Chuan at The Kingsbury – 20% savings, 1864 at Galle Face Hotel – 30% savings (Dine in for The American Express Platinum Cardmembers) and FLOW at Hilton Colombo Residence – 25% on dinner buffet only.

For further details about this and other offers along with terms and conditions and a full list of all savings and privileges available through Nations Trust Bank American Express, please visit www.americanexpress.lk or telephone the 24-hour Customer Service Hotline on (011) 4 414141. You can also stay up to date on all Nations Trust Bank Card offers via the Nations Mobile Banking app, which is available for both iOS and Android. 

Nations Trust Bank PLC is among the top 30 business establishments in Sri Lanka as ranked by Business Today Magazine, ably providing a host of financial products and services to a wide range of customers. Nations Trust is also the bank behind Sri Lanka’s first fully digital bank, FriMi. 

The bank operates 94 branches across the country, boasting an ATM network covering 127 locations and 44 Cash Deposit and Withdrawal Machines, plus more than 3,500 ATMs on the Lanka Pay Network and is the issuer and sole acquirer for American Express Cards in Sri Lanka.

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