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Make your Christmas more delightful with Standard Chartered


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Standard Chartered launched its seasonal promotions with an extensive range of savings for its credit and debit cardholders. Clients will receive up to 40% savings and will be spoilt for choice as offers are available throughout the season and on selected dates at exclusive outlets. Savings vary from fashion, dining, homecare, wellness, jewellery, lodging and travel. 

Speaking on the Seasonal Campaign, Standard Chartered Sri Lanka Retail Banking Head Bingumal Thawarathanthri said: “Standard Chartered has always strived to offer the very best to its clients and this year is no different. We have partnered with exclusive outlets that will offer a holistic shopping experience to our clients. Making this season even more special, 0% instalment schemes of up to 12 months have been included. We are confident these offers will definitely enable our clients to save more while having a delightful Christmas.” 

Fashion conscious clients can enjoy up to 25% savings at Sketches, Dress Factory, Mango, United Colours of Benetton, Urban Trendz, Hameedia, Adidas, Arienti, Giordano, Crocodile, Pepe Jeans, Crocs, Dilly & Carlo, Aviraté, Kelly Felder, The Outlet Store, Shirt Works, Mondy, The Origin and Arrow to name a few. 

Foodies can enjoy up to 20% savings at Yumi, Ports of Call and Navratna from Taj Samudra, Golden Dragon, Jetwing Colombo 7, Isso, The Four Leafed Clover, Café Noir, Subway and Foodie.lk to name a few.

For cardholders that are avid travellers, the bank is offering savings up to 40% at memorable locations around Sri Lanka such as, Fisherman’s Bay, Suriya Resort, Marriot Resort, Citrus Waskaduwa, Sigiriya Village, Saraii Village, The Palms, Cinnamon Wild, Cinnamon Lodge, Taru Villas – The Muse, Taru Villas – River Cottage, The Habitat, Tamarind Hill and Amaranthe Bay to name a few.  

For the complete range of savings cardholders may call 112 480480 or log onto www.sc.com/lk for more details.


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