HSBC will reach another milestone with the expiry of its current loyalty Rewards programme on 30 June 2011, having rewarded over 400 million points to credit cardholders.
While ending the current Rewards scheme in June, the new scheme will be announced shortly the Bank said where cardholders will be able to reap multiple benefits by using their credit card on everyday purchases.
The existing popular Rewards programme entitles cardholders to earn one reward point for every Rs. 100 spent at HSBC partner outlets ranging from supermarkets, restaurants and retail outlets.
The ease of redeeming accumulated HSBC Rewards points is beyond par with others, with over 600 merchant locations for customers to redeem these points. Other diverse options include converting points to air miles on board the Bank’s top airline partners and their respective frequent flyer programmes.
These include Asia Miles on Cathay Pacific, KrisFlyer on Singapore airlines, Privilege Club on Qatar Airways and King Club on Kingfisher Airlines. Cardholders could also convert their Rewards points to Star Points with Dialog Telekom and redeem as applicable.
“We have constantly enhanced our Rewards programme to offer cardholders unmatched benefits. We hope our cardholders will make use of this scheme before it expires on 30 June 2011 to indulge in free shopping and experience the real value of HSBC’s Rewards programme,” said Nadeesha Senaratne, Head of Cards and Consumer Assets, HSBC.
For further details and an overview on HSBC’s amazing special offers for cardholders and merchant locations where points can be earned and redeemed, cardholders could visit www.hsbc.lk.
HSBC credit cards available in the categories of Visa Gold, Visa Platinum, HSBC Advance Visa Platinum and HSBC Premier MasterCard, come with the assurance of belonging to one of the leading banking and financial service organisations in the world. Coupled with priceless benefits and rewards, the HSBC credit card is globally accepted at over 19 million merchant locations in over 160 countries.