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KTC and partner department stores across country all set to offer 20% discount plus free gift of Jubilee diamond rings.

Mr. Nattasit Soontranu, Vice President - Credit Card Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, said “KTC is working with leading department stores including Central, ZEN, Robinson, The Mall, The Emporium, Paragon and the TDP or Thai Department Store Pool which includes Tang Hua Seng, Klang Plaza Korat, Fairy Plaza Khonkaen, Diana Had Yai and Kanockan Department Store Kanchanaburi, as well as participating branches of SUPERSPORTS on a promotion titled ‘SHOP ON TOP EVOLUTION: The Monumental Shopping Mission with KTC Credit Card’ from today to November 15th, 2013.”

The promotion offers two privileges to members as follows:

1. Members are entitled to 20% on-top discount when paying 30,001 Baht or more per sales slip and using the same amount of Forever Rewards points as the spending amount. Those spending 1-4,000 Baht and 4,001-30,000 Baht per sales slip and using the points as above are entitled to 13% and 15% on-top discounts respectively.

2. Members with top spending and using the same amount of Forever Rewards points at Central and ZEN will win one Jubilee diamond ring worth 59,500 Baht. Members with top spending and using the same amount of Forever Rewards points at Robinson will win one Jubilee diamond ring worth 59,500 Baht. Members with top spending and using the same amount of Forever Rewards points at The Mall, The Emporium or Paragon will win one Jubilee diamond ring worth 59,500 Baht. A total of three rings worth collectively 178,500 Baht are offered altogether.

For more information, please call KTC Phone at 0-2665-5000 or visit www.ktc.co.th.

 

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For more information:

Public and Corporate Affairs Department

Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat        Chermchitphong            Tel.  0-2828-5057

Suchada            Weerasakulrak              Tel.  0-2828-5732

Paradee            Thesratanavong             Tel.  0-2828-5049

                                                           Fax. 0-2828-5046        

 E-mail: ktc_pr@ktc.co.th


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