RakBank, LifeStyle in promotion tie-up
Ras Al Khaimah, February 13, 2012
RakBank, also known as the National Bank of Ras Al-Khaimah, has tied up with LifeStyle Fine Jewelry offering its cardholders exclusive gifts upon the purchase of any jewellery creation from the retailer.
Customers are offered a complimentary, uniquely designed diamond and pearl pendant with their jewellery purchases of Dh2,500 ($680).
When customers spend a total of Dh5,000, they are further rewarded with a matching diamond and pearl earring set.
Valid until the end of April, this special offer applies to customers who pay using RakBank’s debit, credit or prepaid card, a statement said.
“We regularly launch special offers and promotions that add value to our products and make them more competitive,” said Graham Honeybill, chief executive officer of RakBank.
“We are confident that the tie-up with LifeStyle Fine Jewelry will make our cards even more appealing to our customers, especially those who have passion for unique branded jewellery.”
RakBank customers can avail of the promotion at any of LifeStyle Fine Jewelry’s 27 outlets across the UAE, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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