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Air tickets from 35 travel agents on Easy Payment Plans for ComBank Credit Card holders


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The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has partnered with 35 leading travel agents to offer the Bank’s Credit Card holders a purse-easy travel experience by purchasing airline tickets through the Bank’s Easy Payment Plans (EPP).

Credit Card holders can now purchase their airline tickets and convert the payment to an EPP, a service that allows cardholders to pay in equal monthly instalments of their choice from a variety of payment plans.

Available until end June 2020, this benefit can be accessed by purchasing tickets through 2nd Chance Travel, Aitken Spence Travels, Air Travel Services, American Lloyd Travels, Avenir Holidays, BG Air Services, Bongo Travel, Casons Travels, Classic Travel, Continents & Oceans, Crystal Travels & Tours, Dream Holidays, Gabo Travels, George Steuart Travels, Green Tours & Resorts, Hayleys Travels, Holiday Plan DMC, Hemas Travels, Invite Holidays, Jetwing Holidays, Mac Air, Mackinnons Travels, Nawaloka Air Services, NKAR Travels, Qwest Designations, Rameca Travel & Leisure, Shums Travels, Shan Tours International, Sparklink Travels, Sparton Travels, The Traveller Global, Travel 7 and Travel World.

Additionally, cardholders would be entitled to an array of benefits such as free insurance cover on Visa Infinite, Visa Signature, Visa Platinum, World Mastercard, UnionPay Asia Prestige Platinum and UnionPay Asia Prestige Diamond cards as well as international hotel stay offers from Visa, Mastercard and UnionPay, international entertainment and other benefits including airport lounge facilities offered by these card brands.

“At Commercial Bank, we are always looking for ways to make the lives of our cardholders easier and more enjoyable. Through this partnership, our cardholders can now fulfil their travel aspirations at a manageable cost,” said Commercial Bank Card Centre Head Thusitha Suraweera. 

Details of the offers and Easy Payment Plans offered by the Bank are available on the Bank’s website www.combank.lk

Commercial Bank cardholders are also eligible to participate in global promotions carried out by Visa, Mastercard and UnionPay cards and receive more benefits under the ‘COMBANK Max Loyalty Rewards’ program.

Commercial Bank Credit and Debit Cards offer year-round promotions covering a wide variety of services. Commercial Bank was the first bank to offer loyalty rewards for both Credit and Debit Card holders under its Max Loyalty Rewards scheme. The Bank was also a pioneer in extending promotional discount offers, which were traditionally only offered for Credit Cards to its Debit Cards.

Commercial Bank cards are the fastest growing cards in Sri Lanka and enjoy market leadership in Credit and Debit Card cumulative point-of-sale usage. The Bank offers a variety of Credit Cards in the Silver, Gold and Platinum tiers of Visa, Mastercard and UnionPay cards, as well as Visa Signature, World Mastercard, Visa Infinite, and UnionPay Diamond cards in the premium segment. 

The cards are equipped with ‘Tap n Go’ NFC technology and are backed by a strong NFC Point-of-Sale (POS) network.

 


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