RAKBank, makemytrip offer new deal
Ras Al Khaimah, May 14, 2012
RAKBank has joined hands with leading online travel agent, Makemytrip.ae, to offer cardholders a two-for-one holiday package deal.
Valid until the end of July and when purchasing any of five unforgettable holiday packages on Makemytrip.ae, this offer gives customers exceptional savings on accommodation and other package benefits, a statement from the bank said.
To avail of the promotion, customers need to pay for one holiday package using any of RAKBank’s cards - debit, credit or prepaid - to get another one for free.
“Every month our customers look forward to the latest offers from the bank, and we are proud to continue to exceed their expectations with this special deal,” said Graham Honeybill, chief executive officer of RAKBank. “By tying up with Makemytrip.ae, we are giving our customers double the reason to enjoy their holidays.”
The deal is available on holiday packages to Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Turkey and Sri Lanka, the statement said. It includes four nights and five days stay in a four-star hotel, daily breakfast, sightseeing tours, return airport transfers and hotel taxes as well as service charges.
Banali Malhotra, head of marketing at RAKBank, said: “By creating alliances with strategic partners from various industries, we are able to provide our customers with not only well-timed exciting offers but also deals that add further value to their banking experience.”
The bank recently launched the website www.rakbankdeals.ae providing its card customers with special weekly deals offering discounts of 50 per cent and more at their favourite outlets. – TradeArabia News Service
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