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KTC begins the new year with partnership

with 21 leading department stores across the country.
Members are offered the chance to use as many points to claim cash discount at the rate of 1,000 points for up to 250 Baht discount.

Mr. Nattasit Soontranu, Vice President - Credit Card Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, says, “KTC is running a campaign with leading department stores and the major provinces across the country during the New Year festivity. Under the “SHOP ON TOP LET’S CELEBRATE” program from now until February 28th, 2014, members can use 1,000 Forever Rewards points in exchange for up to 250 Baht cash discount, as opposed to the regular rate of 1,000 points for 100 Baht. There is no limit on the maximum number of points to be used. When shopping 5,000 to 49,999 Baht per sales slip, members can use 1,000 points to claim 150 Baht cash discount. When shopping 50,000 to 499,999 Baht per sales slip, members can use 1,000 points to claim 200 Baht cash. And, when shopping 500,000 Baht or more per sales slip, members can use 1,000 points to claim 250 Baht cash discount.”

The 21 participating department stores are Central, Zen, Robinson, The Mall, The Emporium, Paragon, as well as the TDP or Thai Department Store Pool such as Tung Hua Seng, Klang Plaza Korat, Seri Department Store Lampang, Fairy Plaza Khonkaen, Fairy Land Nakhonsawan, Kadkum Plaza Maehongson, Friday Department Store Utaradit, Taweekij Complex Saraburi, Taweekij Super Center Buriram, Sermthai Plaza Mahasarakahm, Chaisaeng Singhaburi, Kanokkarn Karnchanaburi, Nasa Mall Supanburi, Jaemfah Lampoon and Diana Hadyai.

     For more information, please call KTC Phone at 0-2665-5000 or visit

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