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Hunger Busters with HSBC Credit Cards gets you your next meal on HSBC


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HSBC launched its newest campaign for new credit cardholders where first time users who apply for the bank’s latest VISA Platinum Cashback Credit Card up to 30 June will receive a free dining experience anywhere they choose to dine until 31 August, as a welcome offer.

Existing cardholders will also get to enjoy up to 50% savings on dining at their favourite restaurants in the country on top of the regular 10% savings offered on fuel and supermarket spend.

Cardholders can enjoy dining deals as low as Rs. 1 at McDonalds, Dominos and KFC with their HSBC credit card as well as enjoy Cardholder Dines Free exclusively on Fridays at Mango Tree, Jack Tree, Kingsbury – Harbour Court, Indian Summer, TSUKIJI UOICHI and Seafood Cove Restaurant – Mount Lavinia Hotel.

On all other days of the week they can dine and enjoy savings up to 25% at Chinese Dragon Café, Subway, Sandwich Factory, Great Wall Restaurant, Semondu – Old Dutch Hospital, Jasmine Song, the Paddington, Re.Pub.Lk, The VU – Negombo, The Sail, Colombo Court Hotel, Sizzles and Spice Lounge – Weerawila. 

Given the rising prices in FMCG and decreasing disposable incomes, the HSBC VISA Platinum Cashback Credit Card becomes increasingly valuable as it offers cardholders a 10% cashback at all supermarkets including Keells Super, Laugfs Super, Arpico Supercentre, CO-OP, SPAR, Sathosa and Cargills Food City. Pumping fuel is also economical with a 10% cashback offered at all fuel stations, namely Ceypetco, Lanka IOC and Laugfs GAS island-wide. In Addition cardholders are entitled to cashback on all other expenses.

Country Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management Nadeesha Senaratne stated, “We launched the HSBC VISA Cashback Credit Card to offer cardholders savings on primarily supermarket and fuel, giving that these are the most essential categories. We wanted to top this by offering something better and hence offer customers tantalising dining experiences which is yet another relevant category for cardholders. The value of having an HSBC VISA Platinum Cashback card is that you save more when you consolidate your monthly spend, and we hope to add on more categories for the benefit of our cardholders in future.” 

Settling bills is also made convenient with the HSBC VISA Platinum Cashback Credit Card with 1500 payment points around the country.

Cardholders who apply for a VISA Platinum Cash Back Credit Card get their joining and annual fees waived off for the first year, coupled with simplified fees and tariffs.

Customers who wish to apply for an HSBC VISA Platinum Cashback Credit Card can simply SMS <YES> to 4774. For more details cardholders can visit www.hsbc.lk/hungerbusters.

 


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