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NDB customers to be eligible for experience vouchers this Avurudu


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NDB has always been attuned to their customers’ needs and wants. Thus, in line with the Sinhala and Hindu New Year, NDB Avurudu ‘Kohetath Kalin Kohatath Kalin’ offer customers the option to be eligible for experience vouchers from star class hotels in Sri Lanka to foreign tours or indulge in entertainment complexes.

While the bank offers exciting gifts for savings where customers can simply deposit in an NDB savings account and walk away with household electrical items, customers can forego the gift and opt for an experience voucher instead. 

The choice of saving slab ranges from Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 2,000,000 and customers can select from over 20 different star class hotels in Sri Lanka or luxuriate in a foreign tour. They also have the opportunity to spend an entertaining day out at Leisure World depending on the selected saving slab.

This offer will be applicable for all NDB savings accounts including, Easy Saver, Big Saver, Real Saver, Vismitha, and NDB Araliya accounts during the promotion period 1 March to 30 April. This offer is available at all NDB branches island wide.

NDB remains dedicated to bringing its customers one step closer to accomplishing their lifelong ambitions through the range of services that are accessible through its growing branch network. Further details on NDB’s many products and services can be obtained from its 24 hour Call Centre, by dialling 011 2 448 888 or by visiting NDB’s website on www.ndbbank.com.

 


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