Ahlibank has launched again the highly-successful back to school campaign. Ahlibank credit cardholders will get a chance to win the paid fees back when paying school or college fees with their Ahlibank credit card from August 18 until October 3.
Five lucky winners will win back the school/college fees paid, with up to a maximum amount of QR20,000. The more they spend on school fees, the more are their chances of winning.
Credit cardholders will qualify for the draw for every QR500 of school and/or college fees paid, with three chances when they pay abroad, two chances for online transactions (local and international), and one chance when they pay in Qatar.
Ahlibank deputy chief executive officer (business support services) Mohamed al-Namla said, “Ahlibank is always striving to reward its customers and to provide them with enhanced services that suit their current and future ambitions when using their Ahlibank credit cards.
“In line with the bank’s strategy, we will continue to demonstrate our commitment while providing tailored and innovative products and first-class services to our customers. At Ahlibank, we are always seeking to provide our customers with the most personal banking experience and making sure our credit cards are the cards of choice.”
This campaign is one of the many benefits available to customers holding an Ahlibank credit card, which includes the Pearl Rewards programme, a unique programme providing the flexibility to redeem earned points through our selected partners, in addition to the Easy Payment Plan that allows customers to buy anything from electronics to jewellery, home furniture, travel and entertainment and repay in easy and convenient monthly instalments.
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