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KTC presented members with 13 Million Baht in prizes over 13 weeks.

 “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited by Mr. Piyasak Tejasane, Senior Executive Vice President - Products and Distribution Channels, presented 300,000 Baht worth of gold to the first prize winner and 50,000 Baht worth of gold to the second prize winners from the first week of the “Win Millions with Every Spending through KTC Cards” campaign from May 13th to 19th, 2013. The prizes were presented recently at KTC Touch, Soi Sukhumvit 33. This 13 Million Baht campaign is designed to offer 130 prizes each week with collective value of One Million Baht over a period of 13 weeks to lucky winners. It runs from May 13th to August 13th, 2013.

“Win Millions with Every Spending through KTC Cards” campaign allows the opportunity to members of both KTC credit cards and KTC Cash Revolve cards to participate in trying their lucks to win the rewards easily by requiring the members to just only register themselves to participate in the program and the total spending in accordance with the prescribed conditions.

For KTC credit card members, 1 right shall be given to them when buying goods and/ or making payment for a service and/ or making cash draw through all categories of KTC cards participating in the program collectively in the total amount of 1,000 Baht/ week/ card number. Special! Members spending through KTC Cards at 80 leading partner shops participating in the program thoroughly covering more than 3,287 branches throughout the country will be entitled to receive the addition of 3 rights of wining the rewards and receive triple times of accumulated points.

For KTC Cash Revolve members, 1 right shall be given to them when the total cash drawn through ATM is in full amount of 3,000 Baht/ week and the accrued principal balance of not lower than 5,000 Baht as at the date of drawing the data of each week. In addition, members can also use 99 Forever Rewards points to redeem for 1 right.

For more information, please contact KTC Phone at 0-2665-5000 or visit (English) (Thai)

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