Doha Bank has announced the launch of the Al Dana 2019 scheme.
To celebrate the 16th anniversary of the popular saving scheme, Doha bank is offering its new and existing customers a mega prize of QR2mn, quarterly draws and dedicated prizes for Al Riyada and private banking
The extensive array of prizes the Al Dana 16th edition is set to offer “creates an additional incentive for customers to save in order to increase their odds of winning as this year’s scheme boasts of 529 cash prizes, a number that represents the biggest prize pool in Qatar”, the bank has said in a statement.
This includes a “one-of-a-kind” mega prize of QR2mn, a QR1mn dedicated draw for Al Riyada and private banking, quarterly draws and monthly prize draws of QR50,000.
The Al Dana 2019 scheme also dedicates prizes for ladies, senior and junior customers, which will be announced every month, along with a guaranteed winner from each Doha Bank branch every quarter.
“Doha Bank is committed to offer its loyal customers a rewarding experience by giving them a chance to win life-changing prizes. The most popular saving scheme in Qatar has already created 66 millionaires to date, giving away over 40kg of gold and QR142mn in cash to more than 3,831 locals and expatriates,”
the statement notes.
With an Al Dana account, customers enjoy a wide range of benefits and services, which include immediate pre-approved loans of up to 90% of their initial deposits, a free international debit card, a 0.025% per annum credit interest accrues on daily balances and capitalised every six months, and online, SMS, and mobile banking services.
In addition, customers can enjoy the convenience of managing their utility bill payments through their Al Dana accounts, transferring funds across multiple accounts and to third parties, and sending money overseas at the most competitive exchange rates.
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