Finance & Capital Market

Burgan Bank unveils ‘Visa Olympics’ campaign

Burgan Bank has unveiled its latest draw campaign, ‘Visa Olympics’, which grants four lucky Visa cardholders an all-expenses-covered trip to Paris to attend the 2024 Summer Olympics. 
The campaign is valid throughout the entire month of May for all Burgan customers using Visa credit and prepaid cards, with the draw set to take place on June 2, 2024.
Nasser Al-Qaisi, General Manager – Retail Banking at Burgan Bank, said: “As a core part of our retail strategy, we seek to offer a fully integrated and rewarding customer journey; one that goes beyond simply delivering on everyday banking needs. With the approach of the awaited Paris Summer Olympics, we wanted to express our gratitude to our loyal customers by giving our Visa cardholders a chance to win a trip to Paris and attend the Summer Olympics – simply by using their Visa credit and prepaid cards for their everyday purchases.”
Summer Olympics
To enter the draw, Burgan customers must make at least one domestic or international purchase using their Visa credit card or prepaid card, at a minimum value of KD10, between May 1 and May 31. The cardholder gets one chance to win for every KD10 spent ($32.6), whether online or through point-of-sale (POS) transactions; and the higher the value spent throughout the campaign, the higher the chances of winning three nights in Paris and a ticket to attend the Summer Olympics.
The Paris Olympics draw campaign is one of many advantages of Burgan’s Rewards Programme, which offers the Bank’s cardholders numerous benefits, beginning with exclusive discounts and cash-back offers to premium services (such as concierge and VIP lounge access). 
The Programmes also offers its customers access to unique experiences and exclusive events. The Paris Olympics also echoes the success of Burgan Bank’s partnership with Visa in 2022, whereby one lucky winner was rewarded an all-expenses-paid trip to Qatar in 2022 to attend the FIFA World Cup – all in an effort to continue adding unique value to customers’ everyday transactions.--TradeArabia News Service