QNB Group launched a new campaign to win a unique four-day trip to London in a private jet in August 2020, in addition to accommodation in a luxurious five star hotel for five new Qatari customers upon opening of ‘QNB First’ salary account.
The campaign runs until May 15, 2020.
Five lucky current QNB First customers will also have the chance to win 1mn ‘Life Rewards’ points simply by applying for a loan or opening a term deposit account until May 15, 2020, which can be redeemed to further enrich their lifestyle.
The five lucky winners and their companions will also win, in addition to the grand prize, other rewards that give them the “highest levels of comfort and luxury” to enjoy a unique experience, including picnics in London and a luxury car with chauffeur from airport along with a free life and travel insurance.
The exclusive campaign comes as part of the Group’s keenness to award its customers with a wide spectrum of rewards and exclusive benefits especially designed to meet their unique life style to surround themselves in style and luxury.
Heba al-Tamimi, QNB Group Retail general manager said, “We always strive to enrich our customers’ banking experience with the best rewards and exclusive offers to keep up with their diverse lifestyles, giving them the highest levels of luxury and comfort.”
QNB Group, which is the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, is present through its subsidiaries and associate companies and extends to more than 31 countries across three continents providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services.
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