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Sampath Cards invites cardholders to explore world with 15% savings on findmyfare.com

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Kusal De Silva - Head of Card Centre, Remittances and Bank Notes Operations, Sampath Bank Plc (second from left) handing over the partnership agreement to Abishek Sithampalam - Director, findmyfare.com in the presence of Darshin Pathinayake - Senior Manager, Card Marketing, Remittances, KPO & Bank Notes Operations, Sampath Bank Plc; Chirath Samarasekara - Senior Executive, Card Marketing, Sampath Bank Plc and Yogendren Suganthan – Executive, Card Marketing, Sampath Bank Plc

Sampath Cards joined hands with findmyfare.com to offer a fabulous 15% savings on the base fare for all air tickets purchased on www.findmyfare.com on or before 31 August 2018.

This enticing deal is available exclusively to Sampath Mastercard and Visa credit cardholders and is open to flight ticket purchases made to any destination under any booking class on any airline for any travel date. They simply need to enter ‘SAMPATH15’ as the promo code before making the payment with their Sampath Mastercard or Visa credit cards.

Adding to the appeal of this already irresistible offer, Sampath Cards is also offering 12 months 0% installment plans on these transactions. Sampath Cards invites cardholders to avail themselves of this opportunity to realise their travel dreams and explore the world.

The discounts and installment plans on findmyfare.com are amongst the many benefits and privileges offered by Sampath Cards, which continues to provide the best exclusive deals all through the year, further cementing its position as the preferred choice all year round.

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