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Seylan Cards Introduces a plethora of exclusive privileges for its cardholders with ‘Travel the Isla


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Reiterating its value as the card for travel and leisure, SeylanCards ‘Travel the island’ is now offering big savings, convenient payment plans and exclusive privileges for its cardholders to explore Sri Lanka’s most exotic destinations. 

‘Travel the island’ with Seylan Cards’ was primarily conceptualized to offer its cardholders the liberty to choose from a multitude of coveted tourist destinations across the island, thus giving them the unique privileges they deserve. The bank has partnered with over 50 elite hotels and resorts, covering the entire island in its fleet to indulge its cardholders’ getaways more fun, exciting and valuable all while delivering an attractive savings up to 50%.

Commenting on this experience, Gamika De Silva, Head of Marketing& Sales,Seylan Bank said, “We understand how travel& lodging expenses limit ones’ quest to explore their favorite destinations. Understanding these desires, we conceptualised ‘travel the island’ with ample savings to empower our cardholders to visit any part of the island. Be it traveling to the north, relaxing on the pristine beaches of the south or exploring the local heritage in the southeast, we have partnered with the right merchants to offer our cardholders unique opportunity to explore Sri Lanka’s most exquisite destinations. Adding value to our cardholders through strategic tie-ups with elite hotels & resorts, ‘Travel the island’ is another value added proposition that is aimed at further uplifting the quality of our cardholders’ lifestyle and setting a new benchmark.”

Seylan Cardholders now have the opportunity to get away from their busy schedules and unwind at tranquil settings in a convenient manner. Cardholders can now enjoy up to 30-50% savings at luxurious hotels and resorts located inKandy, Galle, Gampaha, Hambantota, Matale, Gampola, Jaffna, Trincomalee, Batticaloa, Puttalam, Mannar, Polonnaruwa, Ampara, Monaragala, Kalutara and Anuradhapura. Furthermore, Cardholders can now avail themselves with a savings of 40% at the Valampuriy hotel In Jaffna, a40% savings at the Hotel Palmyrahin Mannar, up to 40% savings at Royal Hills, Scottish Planter Bungalow and 42 Cottage in NuwaraEliya, a 50% saving at the Rain tree hotel in Hambantota, a 40% savings at MaaluMaalu resort in Batticaloa and the many other savings offered through this scheme.

For more information, cardholders can access the Bank’s website www.seylan.lk to get more information on Seylan Cards ‘Travel the island’.


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