SwaziBank announced the launch of the MasterCard Festive Campaign in Swaziland, just in time for the festive season.
The Campaign will reward the banks customers for purchases made on weekends only during the months of October to December 2015, when they use their MasterCard debit card for purchases at selected malls.
SwaziBank customers will be randomly surprised with prizes including airtime, electricity, home appliances, groceries, shirts, caps, water bottles or with cash prizes. But, all winners will automatically be entered in for the chance to win the ultimate prize, a home makeover valued at E 100,000 with two runners-up winning home makeovers to the value of E 50,000 each.
Charlton Goredema, vice president and area business head, Southern Africa at MasterCard says, “MasterCard is delighted to be able to reward SwaziBank customers for using their MasterCard debit cards at till points. The campaign highlights the safety, security and convenience of electronic payments leading up to the very busy festive season, and rewards cardholders for going cashless by simply swiping their MasterCard debit cards.”
Cardholders simply need to shop at one of the participating stores found at Swazi Plaza, The Gables, Riverstone, Nhlangano, Pigg’s Peak and Matata, and drop off their receipt for the purchase at the activation area located within that mall. Receipts should include the cardholders name, surname and contact information.
SwaziBank Managing Director Zakhele Lukhele says: “We are excited about this campaign because it will promote the usage of SwaziBank debit cards. The Bank is determined to provide innovative and convenient products for its customers at all times.”
The bank will reward cardholders for using their MasterCard debit card for any purchase made at local retailers or when travelling outside of Swaziland during the three months. These cardholders simply need to drop off their receipt at a SwaziBank branch, after which they will stand a chance to win prizes valued at E20, 000.
Lukhele further mentioned that it was also the Bank’s aim to provide memorable experiences for its customers and they are optimistic that the campaign will do just this.