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Ahlibank launches exclusive offers for credit and debit cardholders

Ahlibank has launched a limited-time Credit Card offer for the month of August, wherein cardholders can earn double Pearl Points on every usage.

TAS News Service
August 9, 2019

MUSCAT: Ahlibank, in line with their continued commitment to provide customers with value-added offerings, launches two exclusive offers for its cardholders. 

The offers are in partnership with Khimji’s House of Travel – one of the most preferred Travel and Tour operators in Oman and Al Obaidani – the one stop destination for Omani wear and accessories. Ahlibank has also launched a limited-time Credit Card offer for the month of August, wherein cardholders can earn double Pearl Points on every usage.

Al Obaidani offer includes a 15% discount on the total bill when paid with Ahlibank Debit or Credit Cards at any of the Al Obaidani stores located throughout the Sultanate of Oman. The store is specialized in the making of Omani traditional garment and accessories, tailored to perfection with specific measurements taken on request. The discount will come as a welcome gift to the people of Oman who appreciate the authenticity of the brand.

Khimji’s House Of Travel offer will enable Ahlibank customers to get up to 10% discount on cruise packages. Customers can avail for one of their cruising packages such as Costa Cruises or Disney Cruises among others and get the discount applicable only on Ahlibank Debit & Credit Cards.

 “At Ahlibank, we have the customer as our main priority and strive to offer the best rewards when using our products and services. It helps us strengthen our relationship with our clients as well as attract new customers to join the growing Ahlibank family,” said Hana Al Hinai, DGM Retail & Private Banking, Ahlibank.

Consumers continue to seek rewarding experiences and Ahlibank is precisely positioned on creating such experiences with its value added services and offers throughout the year. ‘That’s why we have earned the title of the ‘Best Bank in Oman’.

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