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Exciting gifts this Avurudu seasonfrom Seylan Bank


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As the Sinhala Tamil New Year is fast approaching, Seylan Bank is at the heart of its customers with unique offerings and values. This year, the bank will enrich the fast approaching festive season, by offering valuable gifts such as whistling kettles and Blocky Toys coupled with a host of benefits.

Customers can avail these gifts from 2 April to 15May. All Seylan savings accounts holders including, Seylan Tikiri, Seylan Seylfie, Seylan Income Saver and Seylan normal savings account holders are eligible to obtain the above gifts by depositing the following sums. Customers who deposit Rs.50,000or above will be eligible to obtain a whistling kettle whilst deposits of Rs.9,500 or above to a Tikiri Savings Account will enable children to receive three latest Blocky Toys. 

What’s exciting this year is that deposits that are over Rs.19 000will offer Tikiri kids six Blocky toys. Furthermore, new customers who open a Seylan Tikiri Account for the first time during the given time period and deposit the above amounts can walk home with the special Avurudu gifts in addition to the excitinggiveaways offered under the Tikiri gifts scheme.

“Avurudu season is an exciting time for everyone where families get-together to celebrate and indulge each other with special festivities and giveaways, but it is also the season for savings. Being the ‘Bank with a Heart,’we at Seylan Bank ensures that while our customers celebrate Avurudu, they are also inculcated on the importance of saving. We have introduced numerous exciting propositions for children and adults to instill in them a desire to save money over the long-term. One good example of our attempts is the Seylan Tikiri Savings account that was launched in 1992. It was the first ever children’s savings account in the country to offer a scheme of gifts for the deposit value.  Over the past years, we have been offering our Seylan Savings Account holders with a range of novel and exciting gifts so that our customers are empowered to save more and develop positive financial habits,” saidSeylan BankDeputy General Manager, Retail Banking TilanWijeyesekera.

As a bank dedicated to delivering outstanding banking solutions, Seylan Bank will bring a unique experience to its customers across all age groups through its line of valuable offerings thus enable them to have a memorable New Year. 

Bringing the banking services to your palm, the bank has also enhanced its internet banking facilities to offer convenient and hassle free banking services. Customers can now open and manage banking activities with Seylan’s latest internet banking facilities and enjoy efficient and convenient digital banking services. 

Further details of this give away can be obtained by calling the Seylan hotline on 011-2008888 or by visiting the bank’s official website at www.seylan.lk. Customers could also obtain customers support via WhatsApp 07772008888 and Facebook messenger.


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