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HSBC’s ‘Sign on your Dreams’ offer

HSBC, the market leader in credit cards in Sri Lanka, recently announced another new initiative -- "Sign on Your Dreams" which is says enables credit card customers to enjoy different aspects of life to the fullest.

Under this credit cardholders can make the most of HSBC’s Home and Away privileges on travel, dinning and exclusive shopping at over 19,000 partner outlets in 160 countries to indulge ‘yourself and your loved ones to a life extraordinaire’.

Nadeesha Senaratne, Head of Credit Cards said, “We have looked beyond contemporary methods of delivering value to our loyal customers. This year will be even more exciting with many opportunities for our cardholders to experience a truly global product and its embedded services.

Our unique promotions such as ‘Cardholder Dines Free’, ‘Cardholder Stays Free’, ‘Cardholder Flies Free’ and HSBC Rewards points have been well received by our cardholders. We hope customers will continue to avail themselves of these great offers and enjoy life’s many pleasures by living their dreams with HSBC credit cards,” she said in a statement.

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