This summer, treat yourself to an unparalleled shopping experience at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). Partnering with Citibank, HKIA is offering a wide spectrum of exclusive privileged offers to Citibank Credit/Cobrand cardholders, involving not just on-the-spot immediate sales discount, but also lucky draws to win instant win prizes, HK$50,000 air ticket vouchers and round-the-world business-class air tickets for two.
HKIA is not only a renowned international and regional aviation centre, but also a shopping paradise delivering an assortment of retail and dining options. From 9 July to 31 August 2010, all purchases with Citibank credit/cobrand cards can enjoy offers from a wide span of brands and outlets:
The Peninsula Boutique
A complimentary “The Peninsula Assorted Chocolates – 3 pieces” (value at HK$85) for any purchase of food merchandise of HK$500 or more (except Caviar and Foie Gras).
Meanwhile, HKIA also set up instant win and grand lucky draws in which the total value of gifts is worth more than HK$400,000.
With a maximum of two sales receipts of Citibank credit card/cobrand transactions of HK$300 or above, you can enter the instant win lucky draw and grand lucky draw. Any single sales receipt must be HK$100 or above.
With a purchase of HK$300-$799, customers can enter both instant win and grand lucky once. With a purchase of HK$800 or above, customers can enter both lucky draws twice.
The grand lucky draw will be held on 22 October 2010 and the grand prize is round-the-world business class air tickets for two (value: HK$142,000). Promotional booths will be set up in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
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