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KTC and Coffee Beans by Dao offer one extra piece of cake

when using KTC rewards points to claim the first one.

          Mrs. Pranaya Nithananon, Vice President of Credit Card Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, and, Mrs. Nattaya Pangputhipong, Managing Director, Dao Coffee Beans Company Limited, offer KTC credit card members the privilege of getting an extra piece of delight cake when using 999 Forever Rewards points to claim one that is priced at 110 Baht or higher. Alternatively, members can use 1,000 points in place of 100 Baht cash when paying as well. Special! A discount of 10% is offered for a dining bill of 1,000 Baht or more when payment is made with a KTC credit card. Offers are valid from now until 31 October 2013. This promotion is a part of the latest   “Use Them Now” campaign. It follows in the footsteps of the exceptionally successful   “KTC Signature Dish 999 Points” promotion earlier this year.


          For more details, please call KTC Phone at 02-665-5000 or visit


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                                       Fax. 0-2828-5046


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