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Crazy Jets Launches ‘Mid-Week Madness’ with Pan Asia Bank


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Standing from left: Pan Asia Bank Assistant Manager – Cards Marketing Sanjaya Gajanayake, Pan Asia Bank Senior Manager – Card Centre Malintha Liyanage, Crazy Jets Chief Executive Officer Dr. Harshani Perera and Crazy Jets Head of E-commerce Partnerships Yashas Sumanasekera

  • Transactions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays with up to 20% discounts

 

Crazy Jets, one of the premier online outbound travel service providers of Sri Lanka, has signed up with Pan Asia Bank Sri Lanka (PABC) to bring in an exclusive ‘Mid-Week Madness’ travel promotion for the customers holding Pan Asia Bank Credit cards with up to 20% discounts on the airfare that could be repaid through 24 month instalment plans at zero per cent interest. 

The consensus of many travel experts is that cheapest travel days of the week are Tuesday and Wednesday, and coincidentally historic online flight booking behavioural pattern statistics also corroborate that revenue and web traffic both substantially soars on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 

“As the midweek is the most preferred period, we took the initiative to collaborate with Pan Asia Bank to transfer the advantage of the lowest fare rates and easy payment plans with no extra cost to the customers during this period. Thus, there will be more discounts in the hands of our consumers, who conduct their transactions through the Pan Asia Bank Credit Card on Tuesdays and Wednesdays,” stated crazyjets.com Co-founder and CEO Dr. Harshani Perera.

Outlining the business ideology, Dr. Perera elaborated, “Crazy Jets, as a B2C e-commerce platform, is keen on industry partnerships that would enable us to provide exhilarating business opportunities for our customers as well as entering into partnerships with organisations that share the same vision. As such Crazy Jets hold a long-standing work relationship with PABC that emulates the same ideology and works hard on rendering positive benefits for the consumers. ‘Mid-Week Madness’ is a promotion that denotes the said thought process. Thereby, Crazy Jets plans to provide many more promotions in future in collaboration with PABC to consumers, that concedes in positive, consumer-driven market strategies.”

The ‘Mid-Week Madness’ promotion is effective for all PABC credit cardholders for their transactions via crazyjets.com from 27 August 2019 to 31 January 2020. Thereby, throughout five months the customers could use the 48 hours between Tuesday and Wednesday to benefit from this promotion.

 


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