Jamaica Gleaner / Sagicor Bank, through its partnership with the official sponsor of the International Champions Cup, Mastercard, is giving a lucky client a chance to see ‘El Clasico’, a match between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona in Miami on July 29.
By spending a minimum of $5000, inclusive of GCT, during the promotional period of May 26 and June 30, 2017, all Sagicor Bank Standard, Gold and Platinum Mastercard credit card cardholders will get one step closer to experiencing all the football action live and seeing some the world’s top football stars up close and personal. The prize package includes airfare and hotel accommodation, a shopping experience and an exclusive VIP party at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Clients get an additional entry with every $5000 spent and can also earn one reward point for every J$100 or US$1 spent, which can be redeemed for cashback, investment options, travel and hotel and gift cards. Sagicor Bank has also partnered with CaribShopper, an online shopping platform, to give clients even more chances to be entered into the promotion. With each subsequent purchase on caribshopper.com , clients will receive an additional entry.
According to Nicole Campbell, marketing manager of Sagicor Bank, Cards & Channels: “Sagicor Bank is pleased to be partnering with Mastercard on this promotion as we look forward to giving one of our valued clients an experience of a lifetime.”
The 2017 International Champions Cup (ICC) will feature the best slate of teams, match-ups and venues in the tournament’s history. The fifth instalment of the ICC will make 15 stops from America to Asia, including a new destination in Southeast Asia – Singapore.
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