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Seylan offers free credit cards with over 100 offers

September, 5, 2014

In an exciting campaign launched by Seylan Bank, and one that has already touched thousands of Sri Lankans across the country, Seylan Credit Cards are now just a text message away. All one has to do is to SMS ‘Yes’ <SPACE> NIC Number to 011 200 88 88 or simply visit the nearest Seylan Bank Branch to get one’s hands on a free Seylan Credit Card and enjoy an unmatched array of irresistible offers.

The current campaign has over 100 amazing offers from clothing, super market shopping, fuel and consumer durables to travels, holidays and furniture, health, express cash loans to easy payment schemes thereby guaranteeing a wide range of choices to Seylan credit cardholders like never before.

Fridays in August were a boon to all motorists with Rs. 10/- off on every litre of petrol or diesel worth over Rs. 3,000/- pumped at any fuel station island wide from 4.00 pm to 8.00 pm with their Seylan Credit Card.

Super market shopping at any supermarket in August also became both lucrative and fun too with 10% saving on total bills every weekend from 4pm to  8pm for transactions over Rs. 3000.

The holiday deals are also currently on and offer a massive 50% off at partner hotels until the end of the year while savings of up to 45% are on offer at partner hospitals, medical institutes and pharmacies until 31 December.

The Seylan Easy Pay Plan is one which enables you to purchase your overseas travel packages at Hemas Travels, Delair Travels, Gabo Travels, Aitken Spence Travels, Flyinstyle and Jetwing Holidays and repay in 3,6,12 or 24 monthly instalments. All you have to do is inform the Seylan Bank Call Centre after you make the purchase to convert it into an easy payment plan.

Savings of up to 20% are offered on furniture and electronics until end-September on selected products at Mahogany Masterpieces, Browns and Dinapala showrooms with any purchases above Rs.15,000/- being able to put on the Seylan Easy Pay Plan by simply calling their call centre.

With Sri Lankans having a strong penchant for shopping, leading boutiques and top brands have all joined hands to offer Seylan Bank Credit and Debit Card holders discounts up to 20%.

Among them are Abstract, ASB, Amante, Glitz, Triumph, Crocodile, The Origin, Jessica, Clarks, Cool Planet, Nolimit, Diliganz, Spring & Summer, Reebok, DSI, Shirtworks, Kelly Felder, Pallu, Sriyani Dresspoint, The Factory Outlet, 7 Stories, Romafour, Much More, Midnightdivas, Chamathkara, and Choice Park to name a few.

Shopping for jewellery and accessories becomes a dream with up to 70% off at Diamond Dreams, Exclusive Lines, Chamathka, Wimaladharma and Sons, and, Stone and String while Seylan Credit Card holders can enjoy upto 25% off on lunch and dinner at an incredible array of restaurants and hotels across the country.

Seylan Bank’s Chief Manager, Cards, Nimesh Fernando said, “Joining fees and annual fees have usually been a deterrent when deciding on a credit card. We at Seylan Bank have done away with these fees for those applying for a credit card before 30 September and are both proud and happy to make our credit cards accessible to as many Sri Lankans as possible”.

Furthermore, Seylan cardholders can enjoy 0% installment plans up to 36 months at over 600 partner merchant outlets Island-wide. As an added benefit, Seylan Express Cash also enables a cardholder to obtain 75% of the available credit balance as a loan instantly.

“Plastic money or the Credit Card is a largely favoured form of transacting business today. Not only is it secure but also convenient and easy to use. This campaign thus primarily aims at sharing the multitude of benefits of the Seylan Credit Card with as many of our fellow citizens as possible. Seylan credit cards have enjoyed top slot as the most demanded credit cards during the past couple of years. We’ve now gone a step further and packed them with offers, discounts and deals to pamper our thousands of customers”, said Senior Deputy General Manager Retail Banking Tissa Nanayakkara.