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Credit card offers by Standard Chartered Bank

The Sri Lankan unit of Standard Chartered Bank will be offering a series of credit card promotions for customers, according to a statement. These include a “free upsize meal and two vanilla ice cream cones absolutely free with every two upsize meals purchased [at] any McDonald’s outlet". In addition, "a free movie ticket and two packs of popcorn absolutely free with every two movie tickets purchased [at] either Savoy or Liberty Cinema".

Meanwhile, the bank’s statement indicates that a "20% savings awaits you if you settle your bills at any of the Bank’s partner restaurants - Jack Tree, Loon Tao, Nihonbashi, Prima Taste, and The Mango Tree”. Also, a "10% savings up to a maximum of Rs. 10,000 on any airfare or travel packages offered by any of its travel partners - Classic Travel, Gabo Travels, Hemas Travels, or Mackinnons American Express Travel [with] the option of settling the transaction either on 3, 6, 9, 12, 18 or 24 monthly installments under the Bank’s Easy Settlement Plan".

Additionally, "Standard Chartered Bank also gives their credit cardholders the freedom to settle their banquet bills above Rs. 25,000 made at Hilton Colombo, Cinnamon Grand, Cinnamon Lakeside, Galadari Hotel, Galle Face Hotel, Mount Lavinia Hotel, Ceylon Continental, Ramada or Waters edge in either 3 or 6 months installments at 0% interest". Also offered is "0% interest for 3 or 6 months for transactions above Rs. 25,000 [made] at leading hospitals namely, Lanka Hospitals, Durdans, Nawaloka, Oasis, Ninewells, Hemas Hospital, Asiri Surgical and Joseph Fraser".

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