‘London Calling with Mastercard’ launched to celebrate Ramadan
- A Monitor Report
25 Apr, 2018 |
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Mastercard launched its ‘London Calling with Mastercard’ campaign, along with Lifestyle and e-commerce offers in celebration of the upcoming holy month of Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr.
The campaign will drive ‘everyday spending on cards’ while giving the Mastercard cardholders a chance to win many exciting prizes.
The grand prize of the campaign will be an ‘All-Expenses Paid’ 4 nights and 5 days couple overseas trip to London, United Kingdom.
London is one of the leading tourist destinations in the world. It is also the top city in the world for cross-border spending and also one of the top city destinations. Some of the top most visited attractions in London include the Big Ben, The Tower Bridge, The London Eye, The Science Museum, Somerset House, The Tower of London, The National Portrait Gallery and many more.
There are over 100 Prizes to be won from this exciting contest that includes many more such travel packages to other exciting locations as well as attractive gifts such as Large-Screen TVs, Air Conditioners, iPhone, Wrist Watches, Dinner Coupons and Gift Vouchers.
The campaign begins from May 01 and will end on June 30. Any Mastercard cardholder can earn points by using his/her Mastercard-branded Debit, Credit or Prepaid Card for any retail or online transaction of Taka 1000 or above.
Syed Mohammad Kamal, Country Manager, Mastercard Bangladesh said, “We are delighted to launch this campaign around Ramadan.
“London Calling with Mastercard” campaign will contribute to making Mastercard even more exciting and rewarding for the customers by making them enjoy exclusive offers at over 2000 renowned lifestyle partners across the country.
The Partner Banks of this campaign are AB Bank, Al-Arafah Bank, Brac Bank, Bank Asia, Eastern Bank Limited, Dutch Bangla Bank, Mutual Trust Bank, National Bank, Prime Bank, Premier Bank, Pubali Bank, The City Bank, United Commercial Bank, Southeast Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and Lankabangla Finance.