Barwa Bank has announced Mercy Pabilona as the winner of its QR1mn Thara’a grand prize. The draw was conducted under the supervision of a representative of the qualitative license and market control department at the Ministry of Commerce & Industry.
Thara’a offers account holders the chance to benefit from cash rewards up to QR1mn. Based on several criteria, Thara’a account holders are eligible for a number of periodic draws for cash prizes.
Totalling QR3.3mn, Thara’a cash rewards are distributed on both a monthly and biannual basis to customers holding a minimum balance of QR10,000.
On a monthly basis, there are 21 winners per draw for the cash prize of QR5,000, as well as two winners per draw for the cash prize of QR10,000.
Additionally, twice-a-year there are two winners per draw for the cash prize of QR25,000 prize, two winners per draw for the cash prize of QR50,000 and one winner per draw for the grand prize of QR1mn. Rewarding 194 winners in total with cash prizes up to QR3.3mn.
Khalid al-Subeai, Group CEO at Barwa Bank, said: “We would like to extend our congratulations to our One Million Qatari Riyals grand prize winner. Thara’a savings account is a continuation of our efforts and commitment to provide customers with convenient financial solutions.”
Coupled with cash prizes and a reward scheme, Thara’a is a product full of value-added benefits and services. Customers may learn about the many benefits of Thara’a savings account by visiting Barwa Bank’s website, www.barwabank.com, or by calling the contact centre on 800-8555.
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