CrediMax, the pioneering credit card issuer and acquirer in the Kingdom of Bahrain, has proudly launched an exciting summer campaign in collaboration with Mastercard, a leading technology company in the global payments industry.
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Mr. Yousif Ali Mirza, Chief Executive of CrediMax said:
“I would like to extend my gratitude to Mastercard for their continuous support in launching our annual summer campaign, as we continuously seek to provide our customers with the best offers. This campaign comes at a perfect time, as many of the families and individuals will be away on holiday, which means they will have additional chances to win. For every BD50 spent abroad, they will get three entries into the raffle, and for every BD50 spent inside Bahrain, they will be entitled to one entry.”
“Mastercard is committed to enhancing the shopping experience for cardholders, and we are constantly exploring unique and exciting ways to bring them Priceless benefits.
Through our latest collaboration with CrediMax, we are offering shoppers from Bahrain the chance to enjoy a rewarding experience whenever they use their CrediMax Mastercard cards this summer.”
The campaign that began on the 10th of June will run until 25th August, 2018, and is designed to reward customers for using their CrediMax Mastercard cards in the country and abroad.
A raffle draw will be held in September 2018, announcing 10 lucky winners, who will get a chance to win their spends back up to $5000.
For more information on CrediMax Mastercard summer campaign or any other offers and promotions, please call 17117117 or visit www.credimax.com.bh.
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