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Union Bank offers up to 50% savings to credit cardholders this season


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Union Bank recently revealed the Bank’s seasonal credit cards discount scheme that offers up to 50% savings at over 100 merchant partner outlets island-wide. 

A key highlight amongst the offers are the exclusive discounts on a range of adventure and exploration related activities, being another industry-first introduced by Union Bank Credit Cards. The credit card offers up to 50% savings this holiday season, on an exciting range of activities including domestic air travel, hot air ballooning, camping, hiking, safari trips, ATV driving, rock pool kayaking and a wide range of water sports such as jet ski, speed boat rides and much more. 

Offers are also available on other popular interests such as indoor cricket, indoor futsal, paintballing and go karting; making Union Bank Credit Card the ideal payment option for affordable and exciting family holidays, novel experiences as well as for workplace team gatherings this season. 

The offers are available at renowned merchant partner outlets specialised in indoor/outdoor activities including Cinnamon Air, Sunrise Ballooning, Excel World, Sri Lanka Karting Circuit, Jet Water Sports, X Sports Arena, Crate Adventure Park, Predator Paintball and Ecoteams.lk.

In a bid to provide Cardholders the best value on their seasonal shopping experience, the wide ranging credit card offers also include up to 25% savings at popular fashion outlets including Fashion Bug, Cool Planet, Hameedia, Signature, Kelly Felder, House of Fashions, CIB and much more. Cardholders can enjoy an extended holiday shopping experience with a further discount of 10% on Kangaroo Cabs during the season and beyond. 

Remarkable savings are also offered during the holiday season at some of the favourite destinations around the island, enabling Union Bank Credit Cardholders to share luxurious holidays with friends and family at affordable rates. The leisure sector offers consist of up to 50% savings at star-class hotels including Theme Resorts and Spas, Oak Ray Holdings, 98 Acres Resort and Spa, Secret Hotels (Ella and Kandy) and much more. 

Along with discounted prices, Union Bank Credit Cardholders will enjoy 0% interest instalment plans up to 24 months this season on high-value purchases across a wide range of categories such as jewellery, electronics, overseas travel and furniture. Easy Payment Plans are available at leading merchant outlets including Vogue, Mallika Hemachandra, Raja Jewellers, Muthukaruppan Chettiyar, Singer Homes, Singer Plus, Softlogic Max, Lifestyle Store, Abans, Browns, Arpico Furniture, Sri Lankan Airlines, findmyfare.com and much more. In addition, the Cardholders will have the flexibility to avail exclusive easy payment plans with no handling fees on any transaction above Rs. 50,000 on education, travel and health related purchases from any merchant this season, enabling convenient payment options for long awaited family trips, much-needed health pre-requisites and even high-value educational payments such as school fees and higher education expenses. 

Staying true to its promise, ‘keep swiping, keep benefitting’, in addition to discounts Union Bank Credit Cards offer greater financial flexibility to its Cardholders with payment plans such as Loan-on-Card and Balance Transfer facilities enabling quick and easy borrowings on the card as well as balance settlement flexibility at attractive repayment rates. Union Bank Credit Cardholders will also enjoy the convenience of managing their card online through internet and mobile banking platforms enabled with greater security. 

Credit Cards are made available via the Bank’s island-wide branch network while anyone interested in applying for a credit card could even simply send an inquiry online or call the Bank’s contact centre hotline on 011 5800 5800 to avail personalised assistance by dedicated sales personnel. 


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