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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 04/05/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the sultanate, celebrated the quarterly prize draw of Al Mazyona savings scheme at Sohar branch in which 15 customers covering all regions, including one asalah Priority Banking customer, won RO50,000 each.

Shaikh Said bin Sultan al Shibli picked the winners at the ceremony attended by senior bank officials. Customers maintaining a minimum balance of RO1,000 for three months now get a chance to win the big prize of RO50,000 during the quarters ending June and September. A total of 15 quarterly prizes, including one for asalah Priority Banking, totalling RO750,000, are reserved for the governorates. The longer the saving, higher the chances to win.

Taking the total prize money to over RO8mn in 2014 compared to RO7mn in 2013, Al Mazyona reaches out to all individual segments with exclusive prizes earmarked for women, youth, children, salary account holders and high savings balance customers in all regions. As on date, the scheme, offering more for everyone to share, is the biggest prize money in Oman and the region.

Notably, the enhanced prize money is shared by more winners as customers from all governorates are guaranteed to win prizes ranging from RO1,000 a week to RO0.5mn at the end of the year. Said al Badai, DGM “ branches, said, ''Bank Muscat congratulates all the first quarter prize winners for the unique Al Mazyona experience.

The bank understands customer expectations and al Mazyona 2014 scheme reflects innovative customer segmentation based on two principles - region and demographics “ ensuring a higher winning chance to all customers across the sultanate. Winning with al Mazyona has never been simpler as customers are not required to block their money for long or wait for a long time to win big prizes.''

Al Badai added, ''Al Mazyona customers have plenty of reasons to smile throughout the year, thanks to the scheme that offers winning chances for customers in all regions. Al Mazyona offers the biggest prize money in the savings scheme history in Oman and the region. The RO8mn prize money is an incredible incentive for al Mazyona customers.''

The 2014 Al Mazyona scheme offers exciting weekly, monthly, quarterly and grand prizes. Notably, Bank Muscat is offering 28 exclusive all-expenses- paid 2014 FIFA World Cup packages for Al Mazyona customers maintaining a minimum balance of RO1,0


 


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