Doha Bank has announced the winners of its 10th Al Dana savings scheme draw of 2018, “further strengthening its efforts to encourage personal savings”.
Forty-five of the bank’s customers took home prizes worth QR195,000, including 1mn Doha Miles, following the raffle draw, which was held at Doha Bank Tower in the presence of VIP invitees and members of the bank’s senior management.
Winning the grand prize, F A al-Hamar walked away with 1mn Doha Miles, and A E al-Maalouf won QR100,000.
A M al-Mannai emerged as the Ladies Draw winner, while A S Shajra and F R Abualrub scooped the Young Saver and Senior Citizen draws, each taking home QR5,000.
Dr R Seetharaman, Group CEO of Doha Bank, said: “At Doha Bank, we are excited to announce the winners of our latest Al Dana saving scheme draw and I would like to congratulate them on their achievement. The most rewarding banking product in Qatar signifies our unrelenting commitment to incentivise customers to save money to secure their future and contribute to the prosperity and well-being of the community. We will continue to seek new ways to foster a culture of saving among our citizens and residents alike.”
Al Dana Savings and Current accounts enable Doha Bank’s customers to stand a chance to win prizes as they save for a rainy day, the bank has said in a statement.
The saving scheme features “the country’s biggest prize pool”, which includes a mega-prize of QR2mn. Al Dana account holders can enter quarterly millionaire draws and monthly draws to win a range of rewards with a minimum account balance of QR5,000.
In addition, Al Dana savings account holders benefit from immediate pre-approved loans of up to 90% of the initial amount deposited, a free international debit card and online, SMS and mobile banking services.
Customers can also enjoy the convenience of managing their utility bill payments through their Al Dana accounts, transferring funds between multiple accounts and to third parties, and sending money overseas at competitive exchange rates, the statement adds.
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