Commercial Bank customer wins hotel stay at Maldives private island resort
September 25 2018 01:33 AM
Srinivisan receiving his ‘Commercial Bank International Spend Campaign’ prize.

Commercial Bank has awarded a dream holiday package to Krishna Srinivisan, winner of this year’s ‘Commercial Bank International Spend Campaign’ as part of its commitment to constantly reward clients for their loyalty.
Srinivisan will enjoy a luxury hotel stay worth $8,000 at Niyama Private Islands, part of Anantara Hotel Group and two paid return tickets.
The campaign gave customers who spent a minimum of QR5,000 abroad between the period of June 7 and July 7, 2018 the chance to win a dream holiday at Niyama Private Islands in Maldives and two plane tickets.
The campaign was designed to encourage customers to use their Commercial Bank cards while abroad and to make the most of the exclusive benefits offered internationally by Commercial Bank.
“At Commercial Bank, providing an excellent customer experience through best in class customised payment solutions that offer real value and priceless experiences to cardholders is a key priority for us and we look forward to developing more rewarding products and such exciting promotions for our valued customers in the near future,” said Roya Khajeh, Commercial Bank AGM, and head of Cards and Payments.
Commercial Bank Rewards, being one of the leading loyalty programme in the country, continues to reward their customers with best in class exclusive experiences spread across the globe.
The bank’s customers can enjoy over 130 exclusive travel offers, shopping deals and discounted dining with both luxury and high-street brands, including Anantara Hotel Group, Chanel, Bang & Olufsen, B/ATTITUDE and more.
In addition, Customers may also choose to redeem their points for gift vouchers, airline tickets, hotel bookings, and charitable donations or transfer to other loyalty schemes such as Qatar Airways Privilege Club.

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