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  • Offers savings of up to 40% atleading healthcare service providersacross South East Asia, Hong Kong, and Australia

Mastercard has unveiled a suite of added healthcare benefits for Mastercard branded consumer credit cardholders in Sri Lanka.

The company has partnered with Global Health and Travel, and Fullerton Health to offer Mastercard cardholder savings of up to 40% on medical packages at leading healthcare service providers in Australia, HongKong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.

Mastercard cardholders can avail 15% savings on specially curated medical packages from Global Health and Travel when paying with their Mastercard branded credit cards issued in Asia Pacific,from now until 31 January 2020. 

Partner service providers include Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Raffles Hospital and Medical Clinics, and Thomson Medical Centre, Singapore; Sunway Medical Centre and Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC) Hospitals, Malaysia and Bumrungrad International Hospital, Thailand.

To book an appointment and avail the offers, Mastercard cardholders need to simply browse through the packages on www.globalhealthandtravel.com, add the package they need to the cart, and indicate their preferred appointment date and time.

The partnership with Fullerton Health offers Mastercard cardholders special rates on health screening packages from now until 31 December.

They will be able to avail discounts of 40% at HMMP, Hong Kong; 20% at Fullerton Health, Indonesia; 15% at Fullerton Health, Australia; and 10% at Fullerton Health, Singapore and COSSB, Malaysia. To make their appointments in advance, they simply need to pay with their Mastercard branded credit cards, issued in the Asia Pacific region,at these locations.

“Mastercard is excited to partner with Global Health and Travel and Fullerton Health to provide access to a range of affordable healthcare benefits to Mastercard cardholders across Asia. Mastercard has an extensive suite of benefits and privileges uniquely created for business and leisure travellers.With the latest initiative, Mastercard cardholders in Sri Lanka will be able to enjoy savings of up to 40%at Global Health and Travel, and Fullerton in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand,” said Mastercard Country Manager, Sri Lanka and Maldives R.B. Santosh Kumar.

“Mastercard looks forward to continuously scaling up cardholder benefits and privileges aligned with evolving consumer healthcare needs,” he added.


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