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MENAFN - Arab Times - 18/02/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab Times) National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) launches the new FIFA World Cup(tm) VISA Prepaid Card in Kuwait to bring the 2014 FIFA World Cup(tm) excitement to its football enthusiastic customers. NBK is the official non-host retail banking partner of the 2014 FIFA World Cup(tm) in Kuwait, in association with Visa, the official FIFA partner. "NBK is keen to always deliver superior value to its customers, and offer them exclusive products and services," said Mazin Saad Al Nahedh, NBK General Manager, Consumer Banking Group. Al Nahedh added: "NBK and Visa International have once again partnered to introduce this new Prepaid Card, as part of NBK's strategy to launch new products and reward customers with the most exclusive services."



The new NBK FIFA World Cup(tm) VISA Prepaid Card is the better alternative to cash for making purchases, and is safe to use for online shopping. The card is accepted locally and worldwide, easy to use, re-loadable and provides NBK customers with a variety of features and exclusive benefits that include free travel insurance coverage up to 100,000. NBK'S FIFA World Cup(tm) VISA Prepaid Cardholders will enjoy the thrill of the 2014 FIFA World Cup(tm). They will get one chance to enter draws for every cumulative KD 20 spent locally using the card on all purchases. The cardholders can win one of 32 trips for two to attend one of the 2014 FIFA World Cup(tm) matches in Brazil including the final match in association with Visa. NBK FIFA World Cup(tm) VISA Prepaid Cardholders can also triple their chances to win for every cumulative KD 20 spent outside Kuwait or on international websites.



NBK Cards provide an array of benefits that cater to your lifestyle needs, and offer special services locally and globally, so that customers can enjoy convenience and peace of mind whether they're in Kuwait or abroad. NBK Cards are the safest, most convenient and rewarding way to pay. For more information log onto nbk.com or contact NBK Call Center on 1801801, or follow NBK on Facebook NBK Official Page, Twitter @NBKPage, and on Instagram @NBKPage






 


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