QNB and MasterCard Launch Campaign Giving Customers the Chance to Watch the Final Match in San Siro Stadium

Posted on : Thu, 11 Feb 2016

Doha, 11 February 2016 – QNB, the Leading Financial Institution in the Middle East and North Africa, in collaboration with MasterCard, the official sponsor of the UEFA Champions League since 1994, have launched a campaign giving cardholders the opportunity to watch UEFA Champions League Final Milan 2016 live at the San Siro stadium in Milan, in addition to an exclusive shopping experience accompanied by a dedicated shopping assistant at Milan’s finest stores. Tickets are courtesy of MasterCard, an official sponsor of the UEFA Champions League.

The campaign, which starts on 14th of February and ends on 10th of April 2016, gives QNB MasterCard® credit cardholders the opportunity to earn one entry into the draw for every QAR 800 spent locally and three entries for the equivalent spent abroad. The minimum amount does not include cash advances, donations, fees and charges, or erroneous transactions.

Raghav Prasad, General Manager for Gulf Countries, MasterCard commented: “At MasterCard, we are committed to rewarding loyal cardholders by offering the chance to win truly priceless experiences. Using a MasterCard® credit card is a fast, convenient and secure way to make everyday purchases and is now even more rewarding.”

QNB’s launch of this campaign demonstrates the bank’s desire to give customers unique experiences that will always be remembered. The new campaign is combining the love for football, as UEFA Champions League is among the most widely watched sporting events, as well as the unique opportunity of a private shopping experience in one of the fashion capitals of the world.

QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to more than 27 countries across three continents providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is more than 15,200 operating through more than 635 locations, with an ATM network of more than 1,390 machines.