Continuously revolutionising e-commerce innovation in the country, Sri Lanka’s largest online shopping mall, wow.lk recently partnered with Nations Trust Bank to offer a special promotional offer for American Express credit card members. The promotion provides American Express card members with an additional 10% saving on all their purchases on the wow.lk website.
wow.lk pioneered special credit card schemes with American Express in 2013 offering a 10% saving to credit card members and promoting the use of credit cards online. This has now become an industry standard for most online companies.
Whilst American Express card members are eligible for a 10% saving, they can also opt to enjoy a 12 month interest free extended settlement plan for transactions of Rs. 10,000 and above. wow.lk is Sri Lanka’s largest and most reputed online shopping mall that provides customers with an exciting array of products ranging from consumer electronics, to household appliances. The company’s ‘Daily Deals’ give customers the chance to buy a variety of discounted items every day. All wow.lk customers can also benefit from a variety of value-added services such as island-wide delivery, money back guarantees, payment on delivery and easy payment plans. Commenting on the new promotion Digital Commerce Lanka Senior Manager Marketing Sirraj Abdul Hameed stated, “We are delighted to partner with American Express and Nations Trust Bank to provide our customers with this special promotion. We started this concept with Nations Trust Bank in 2013 and are pleased to renew our association with the prestigious American Express brand. The process of buying online is extremely easy and convenient, and wow.lk is continuously striving to provide our customers with incentives to encourage online purchases.
“Now all of Nations Trust Bank’s American Express card members can benefit from a 10% saving on all items sold on wow.lk and we hope to continue collaborating with leading banks in the future to provide our customers with an exciting variety of offers.”