International Bank of Qatar (IBQ) has said it is launching three Ramadan offers tailored to customers’ needs during the holy month. These offers include personal loans and double thanq points, IBQ has said in a statement.
This Ramadan, customers can get 5% cashback when spending between QR2,000 and QR5,000 on grocery shopping with their IBQ credit card. In addition, they can enjoy earning thanq points on all their non-grocery purchases. This offer is available for both existing and new IBQ credit cardholders, the statement notes.
IBQ is also introducing a new promotion that offers clients a chance to win QR10,000 when applying for a personal loan. The promotion is valid for customers taking loans with a minimum loan term of 36 months and a minimum loan amount of QR200,000. This offer also allows clients an optional grace period of three months and is available to existing and new IBQ customers.
Moreover, IBQ customers can get double thanq points when using their IBQ credit card to buy a car from any showroom across the country. thanq is IBQ’s award-winning rewards programme that offers clients the chance to redeem thanq points at over 800 airlines, 160,000 hotels, car rental services worldwide, Nojoom points from Ooredoo, Qmiles from Qatar Airways and for airport lounge access at
Hamad International Airport.
Hassan al-Mulla, AGM and head of retail banking at IBQ, said: “IBQ is dedicated to offering our clients new promotions to cater to their needs during the holy month. Through our captivating offers, customers can enjoy earning thanq rewards and cashback benefits. Ramadan is a time of giving back, and we have made sure to offer benefits across all our
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