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Posted On: 1 July 2013 02:25 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:13 pm

Qatar National Bank announces Ramadan offers

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QNB is giving away more than half a million Qatari riyals to lucky winners during this Ramadan. “The holy month of Ramadan comes always with many blessings to everybody; Ramadan comes also with lots of decisions that have to do with renovations, home up-grades or new vehicles for self or loved ones. QNB’s Eid gift is coming early this Ramadan and the bank has decided to give its customers cash prizes in addition to very low loan rates, no annual fee for life credit cards and Life Rewards points. “This is also our way of saying thank you to our customers for helping us achieve the recognition of being the ‘world’s strongest bank’” said Heba al-Tamimi, general manager (Group Retail Banking). “During Ramadan, with every vehicle loan, personal loan, or new credit card, QNB customers will have the chance to win QR100,000 prize in cash. A total of QR600,000 will be given away to some six lucky winners” al-Tamimi said. QNB has developed a state-of-the-art system that enables each participating customer who applies for a vehicle loan, vehicle lease, personal loan or credit card from June 26 to August 29, for an entry and a chance to win a QR100,000 during Ramadan Bonanza. When a customer applies for three products he can get a maximum of three chances per draw. To maximise the chances for QNB valued customers during Ramadan Bonanza, all customers are always entitled to enter the next draw in case his/her name wasn’t picked in the first draw. “Therefore the sooner they apply the more chances they are likely to win, and if a customer applies for three products from the start date of the Bonanza, he will have some 18 chances to participate and win one of the big prizes,” QNB said. Names of the winners will be announced after each draw, which will be held between July 3 and September 4. More details about the Ramadan Bonanza and the QNB products can be had from, or 4440 7777. Source:Qatar Chronicle