Standard Chartered Bank to send customers on ‘pilgrimage’ to Anfield

Standard Chartered Bank to send customers on ‘pilgrimage’ to Anfield
Source: Ghana|| Oswald K. Azumah|| Twitter: @OKAzumah
Date: 09-11-2017 Time: 02:11:03:pm
Henry Baye

Standard Charted Bank is set to send its customers to Anfield, Liverpool on a fully sponsored trip as part of the football club’s 125th-anniversary celebration.

Standard Charted who are title sponsors of Liverpool Football club is rolling this promo out to give better experiences to customers.   

This revelation was made by Executive Director and Head of Retail Banking of the Bank in West Africa, Henry Baye on Joy FM's Super Morning Show on Thursday.

All customers of the bank need to do to chance this opportunity is to transact more via their visa cards or credit cards.

“During the promo period the customer with the highest spending and with a minimum of 20 points of sales or online transaction wins”, he stated.

“The first prize includes two return tickets to England, so you can go with your partner and you get tickets to watch Liverpool FC play at Anfield and also get a tour of the stadium. In addition to that you get a two-night stay at a hotel in Hilton”, he added

There are also monthly prizes to be won in the promotion.

Mr. Baye added that, besides the goodies with this promotion, regular use of the visa and credit cards accumulates reward points for the customer and they can redeem this in flight tickets.

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He also elaborated on other services offered by Standard Chartered Bank which include infinite credit cards and the fact that you don’t pay any interest on your spending as long as you pay within 50 days.

“And your travel insurance for the infinite credit card is $2.5million, and an amazing concierge service and many discounts to be enjoyed from our partners”, he added.


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