|23 June, 2019

Al Salam Bank- Bahrain offers cash back chance on cards

The campaign offers 10% cash back to the top 12 cardholders who use their cards the highest number of times while travelling abroad or shopping online

Al Salam Bank-Bahrain, a pioneering Shari’a-compliant bank in the kingdom, has announced the launch of a new summer offer on its range of Visa credit and prepaid cards.
 
Running from June 18 to August 31, the campaign offers 10% cash back to the top 12 cardholders who use their cards the highest number of times while travelling abroad or shopping online. The promotion builds on the success of a pre-summer promotion this year, which saw 10 cardholders win 5% cash back on their international transactions, said the bank.
 
Al Salam Bank’s head of retail banking, Mohammed Buhijji said: “Al Salam Bank-Bahrain always looks for innovative ways to reward its loyal customers. We received such an overwhelmingly positive response to our pre-summer campaign that we decided to carry it forward into the summer with bigger rewards.
 
Using credit and prepaid cards is both more convenient and safer for travellers than carrying cash. Having the winners selected based on the number of transactions, rather than value, also widens the pool of potential winners significantly. It may not be the biggest spenders who win, but the ones who incorporate our credit and prepaid cards into their travel lifestyles the most. Through this campaign, customers can win enough to significantly reduce the cost of their vacations, so we encourage them to take advantage of this offer while it lasts.”
 
Customers will also enjoy a special rewards programme by earning Gulf Air miles when shopping with Al Salam Bank’s cards, which can be redeemed for a number of benefits including free flights, membership and flight upgrades, lounge access, excess baggage, and much more. – TradeArabia News Service

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