Prizes include 3 Mercedes Maybach S650s and 180 Omega Speedmaster watches
Exclusive prize draw for UAE National customers
Emirates NBD, a leading bank in the region is offering individual and SME clients the opportunity to win extravagance cars and premium watches when they spare with the bank, in a special crusade that keeps running until February 29, 2020. There will be separate prize draws led for individual and SME clients. Moreover, all UAE National clients will be qualified to enter an exclusive prize draw.
The bank is offering new and existing individual as well as business clients with average deposit balances of at least AED 100,000 an opportunity to win one of three Mercedes Maybach S-650 cars. Every increase of AED 50,000 out of a client's average account balance will qualify for an entry into the draw .
Also, individual customers with average account record of at least AED 25,000 will stand an opportunity to win 180 Omega Speedmaster watches (30 watches every month), with each balance increment of AED 5,000 getting an entry. Business clients should keep up at least AED 50,000 average balances to qualify with each increase of AED 10,000 getting an entry.
Clients starting their association with the bank will get extra entries. New clients opening accounts through the Emirates NBD Mobile Banking App and keeping up at least AED 5,000 in balances will get an additional entry.
Remarking on the campaign, Suvo Sarkar, Senior EVP and Group Head, Retail Banking & Wealth Management at Emirates NBD, stated: “We are glad to run this energizing new advancement that prizes clients for sparing more. As the UAE’s bank of choice for people and organizations alike, we will keep on making accessible new and appealing approaches to reward our clients while urging them to embrace positive financial related habits to understand their long-term goals.”
Emirates NBD offers its clients a wide scope of value-based transnational and interest-bearing accounts, adaptable fixed deposit products as well as award-winning online and mobile-based savings accounts to enable them carry out everyday banking activities as well as develop their reserve funds.