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Cargills Bank continues to offer ‘Best Supermarket Deal’ in town


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Cargills Bank has announced the extension of its 15% cash-back deal at Cargills Food City for the bank’s credit cards till 31 March 2019 with a new tagline ‘Why pay more for food when you can pay less?’

Mahesha Amarasuriya

A 15% cash-back is given on the total purchases made every month at Cargills Food City using the Cargills Bank Credit Card. Customers can enjoy a discount up to Rs. 50,000 worth purchases a month, which is a very attractive discount on supermarket goods. The cash-back is credited to customers’ savings accounts as an initiative to encourage the habit of saving among the customers. The bank has also extended the 20% discount at KFC and TGI Fridays till 31 March 2019, which are subsidiaries of the Cargills Group.

These offers have been available since August 2018 and undoubtedly the best supermarket and restaurant offers currently available. 

Cargills Bank Head of Cards and E Commerce Mahesha Amarasuriya said, “Our rationale is to offer equal benefits to a wider section of customers from high net-worth to rural community. Our strong relationship with the ‘Cargills’ group has enabled us to optimise group synergies to offer competitive deals to our customers. There is a wider section of population who are not card holders and we are committed to getting them on board to create inclusivity. Our spectrum of cards range from Gold to Titanium and Platinum, whilst Imperium and Ascend serving the ‘Private’ and ‘Priority’ consumer segments. Those interested in applying can visit any of our bank branches located island-wide or they can apply via our website’s online application portal. Alternatively, they can simply contact our hotline or connect through Facebook to set up an appointment with one of sales representatives who would directly visit the customer’s location.”

“We aim to lead our customers towards the direction of saving while enjoying special offers and deals in their routine grocery expenses,” she further added. 

The bank has further attuned to customer convenience by offering credit card payment acceptance from 370+ Cargills Food City outlets located island-wide, open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. 365 days of the year, at no additional service charge. Alternatively payments can be made through cheques, account transfers, mobile and online banking apps giving customers a variety of repayment channels available 24 x 7. 

‘Cargills’ is a brand that has been faithfully serving Sri Lankans for 174 years, built on a foundation of values and ethics. True to this heritage, Cargills Bank is taking banking to the masses by being inclusive and accessible. The amazing Cargills Cash Savings Account is available at over 370 Cargills Food City outlets, allowing you to do grocery shopping and banking at the same place at your convenience. 

Cargills Bank’s Head Office is in Colpetty, with branches at Maitland Crescent, Maharagama, Old Moor Street, Wattala, Rajagiriya, Kandy, Peradeniya, Nuwara Eliya, Ratnapura, Thanamalwila, Matara, Galle, Kurunegala, Chilaw, Kaduruwela, Vavuniya, Chunnakam and Jaffna.

 


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