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Sunday, 27 March 2011





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Overseas travel made more affordable

HSBC's zero percent convenient travel plan which offers credit cardholders an easy payment option with no interest and surcharge for up to 12 months, was re-introduced for the third time to offer customers affordability when travelling around the world.

The promotion which began in March, gives HSBC credit cardholders the option to purchase airline tickets and travel packages on thirteen popular airlines and travel partners including Air Asia, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, Jet Airways, King Fisher, Malaysia, Mihin Lanka, Oman Air, Qatar and Singapore Airlines, SriLankan, Thai, Classic Travel, Gabo Travels (Pvt) Ltd, Hemas, Mackinnons and Sri Lankan Holidays or via any airline with an online reservation website to travel with peace of mind at a cost they can afford.

Head of Cards and Consumer Assets HSBC Nadeesha Senaratne said, "This is a peak season for travel, where holidaymakers are keen to visit Asian, European and Middle Eastern countries to rejuvenate or simply spend time with families.

We are happy to make their travel experience more affordable and convenient, through this scheme. We hope our travel plans will allow cardholders to make time for themselves and explore the world." HSBC's zero percent interest free installment travel plan was first introduced in March 2010, to offer its credit cardholders a chance to travel to their preferred holiday destination without the burden of immediate payment.

The promotion also allows cardholders to earn HSBC Reward points for every transaction and have them redeemed on the frequent flyer programs of Cathay Pacific, Qatar, Singapore Airlines and Kingfisher.



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