April, 6, 2014
With the Sinhala and Tamil New Year fast approaching, Seylan Bank has transformed every day of this much awaited holiday season into a modern day ‘Litha’ with a massive array of special offers and bargain deals. The traditional ‘Litha’ or almanac is one which traditionally contains all the auspicious times for the year. Similarly the Seylan Bank Litha or almanac is one which pampers the bank’s credit card holders across the country with a range of never-experienced-before offers as part of its special Aluth Avurudu deals indeed heralding a very auspicious New Year.
The avurudhu campaign was launched on Tuesday 25th March and will have offers every day until end April with a wide range of incredible offers spread over more than 50 merchants for clothing, super market shopping, fuel, consumer durables and furniture, thereby enhancing the holiday mood with absolute value for money.
The four Fridays in April are a boon to all motorists with Rs. 10/- off on every litre of petrol or diesel pumped at any fuel station island wide from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm with their Seylan Credit Card.
Super market shopping during the holiday season becomes both lucrative and fun too with cash back offers ranging from Rs. 2000/- to a whopping Rs. 25,000/- depending on one’s spend. Valid from 01 April to 30 April, this promotion is operative at any supermarket.
Shopping for clothes and other personal items generally takes top priority among Sri Lankans. It becomes even more intensified at times such as the Sinhala and Tamil New Year. This holiday season has got even more exciting with leading boutiques and top brands all joining hands to offer Seylan Bank Credit and Debit Card holders discounts up to a massive 40% in preparation for the festive season.
Among them are Adidas, The Origin, Jessica, Clarks, Puma, Levis, Nike, Giordano, Mother Care, The Galleria, French Connection, Softlogic International Watch Station, Splash, Cool Planet, Nolimit, Diliganz, Spring & Summer, Reebok, Stone n String, DSI, Hameedia, Kids Unlimited, CIB, Shirtworks, Venfield, Kelly Felder, Pallu, Glitz, Sriyani Dresspoint, The Factory Outlet, 7 Stories, Abstract, Romafour, Much More, Double XL, Midnightdivas, Envoy Mansion, Arugam Bay, Signature, Raymond, Planet Fashion, Aashii, Mallika Hemachandra, Chamathka, Lumala and Choice Park to name a few.
Seylan Bank has also brought in consumer durables into the festive offers with discounts on selected products at all Browns and Dinapala showrooms. Valid till 30th April 2014 cardholders will enjoy up to 40% Savings at Browns showrooms and up to 25% saving at Dinapala showrooms on selected products. Furthermore a 0% installment plan facility is available for 12, 24 and 36 months on selected products at both merchants.
Adding to the large portfolio of deals are also discounts up to 20% at Dambulu Furniture, 15% at Mahogany Masterpieces and 10% at Don Carolis showrooms on selected products. Added to this is a 0% installment plan facility for 12 months on selected products and at Damro showrooms too.
Seylan Bank’s Chief Manager, Cards, Nimesh Fernando said, “Expenses are always very high during this time of the year. Being the annual season of ‘ganu denu’ one also buys lots of gifts for friends, family and loved ones too. We’re thus delighted to offer our customers the special benefit of this exciting range of deal and offers, to make it easier on their purse”.
“The Sinhala and Tamil New Year is a festival which is celebrated by a vast majority of Sri Lankans. This Avurudu season, Seylan credit cards which enjoy top billing as the most sought after credit cards in this country, literally re-invent themselves with a ‘litha’ of offers to transform every moment into an auspicious one. They have been packed with offers, discounts and deals to enable the thousands of people who transact with it on a daily basis, enjoy a superlative Sinhala and Tamil New Year. All they need to do is to start swiping their Seylan credit cards and start enjoying the New Year even before it dawns. This is our New Year gift to all our card holders”, said Senior Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Tissa Nanayakkara.