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ComBank runs first ‘Dine & Smile’ of 2019 with discounts at 75 partner restaurants

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The Commercial Bank of Ceylon’s popular ‘Dine & Smile’ promotion has been launched for the first time in 2019, with 75 of the country’s most popular restaurants offering discounts exclusive to the bank’s Credit and Debit Cardholders.

Effective till end March, Commercial Bank Credit Cardholders will enjoy discounts of 25% and Debit Cardholders discounts of 15% when they dine at these restaurants, 32 of which are located within leading hotels.

Restaurants of 12 hotels of the Jetwing Group in Negombo, Colombo, Jaffna, Wellawaya, Dambulla, Sigiriya, Yala, Panadura and Passikudah, eight restaurants of Oak Ray Hotels and Resorts in Galle, Bentota, Colombo, Sigiriya, Kandy and Ramboda, restaurants of Heritance Ahungalla and Kandalama, of Earl’s Regency– Kandy, Earl’s Regent –Kandy, Amari –Galle, Ozo Kandy and Colombo, the Mount Lavinia Hotel, Pegasus Reef, Taj Bentota Resort & Spa, The Gateway Hotels & Resorts, and Trillium Hotels are among the hotel restaurants participating in this promotion. 

The participating standalone restaurants are: &Co Pub and Kitchen, Asylum, Anarva Mt. Lavinia, il Cielo & Berlin Sky Lounge, Cafe Bagatalle, Café Nuga, China Manor Restaurant, Chinese Lotus, EDO, Flamingo House, Garton’s Ark Restaurant, Grand Slam by Mitsi, Great Wall Restaurant, Harpo’s Pizza& Pasta Parlours, Jack Tree, Jade Restaurant, King Coconut, La Langousterie, La Bella Epoque, Loon Tao, Maharaja Palace, Mathura Restaurant, Mitsi’s Delicacies, MoMo, Raja Bojun, Ramen Misoya Colombo, Sakya Pavilion Wellness Restaurant, Siam House, Spice Coast Colombo, TGI Fridays, The Mango Tree, The Paddington, The Port McCallum Lock Gate Restaurant, The Sandwich Factory, The Sizzle, Mainland China, Nara Thai, The Sushi Bar Samurai, Tsing Tao, Tsukiji Uoichi, Xiang yun Authentic Chinese Restaurant, and Tomato.

Commercial Bank Cardholders are also eligible to participate in global promotions carried out by Visa, Mastercard and UnionPay Cards and receive more benefits under the ComBank Max Loyalty Rewards Points scheme.

Commercial Bank Credit and Debit Cards offer year-round promotions covering a wide variety of services. Commercial Bank was the first bank to offer loyalty rewards for both Credit and Debit Cardholders under its Max Loyalty Rewards Points scheme. The bank was also a pioneer in extending promotional discount offers, which were traditionally only offered for Credit Cards to its Debit Cards.

Commercial Bank cards are the fastest growing cards in Sri Lanka and enjoy market leadership in Credit and Debit Card cumulative point-of-sale usage. The bank offers a variety of Credit Cards in the Silver, Gold and Platinum tiers of Visa, Mastercard and UnionPay Cards, as well as Visa Signature, World Mastercard, Visa Infinite, UnionPay Asia Prestige Platinum and UnionPay Asia Prestige Diamond Cards in the premium segment. The cards are equipped with ‘Tap’ n Go’ NFC technology and are backed by a strong NFC Point-of-Sale (POS) network.


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