Sacombank JCB cardholders are receiving Japan tour and enjoy many privileges when shopping


From June 25, 2019 to September 25, 2019, Sacombank cooperates with JCB International Card Organization to implement the promotion program "Hunting for genuine deals in Japan with Sacombank JCB" for all Sacombank JCB credit cardholders (including Ultimate, gold and standard class cards). For every VND 500,000 shopping spending, cardholders will receive 1 lucky draw code with unlimited number of codes received during the promotion period. The award consists of 2 first prizes, each prize is a Japanese travel tour voucher worth VND 50 million and 14 second prizes, each prize is a travel coupon worth VND 5 million. Besides, cardholders also receive special privileges and discounts when paying and shopping at Tiki, Nguyen Kim, Vntrip, Jetstar and Traveloka.

Sacombank JCB international credit card - a card issuer originating from Japan - is a modern payment method with many attractive incentives when used at JCB accepting points in the country and abroad (the newest incentives programs are updated at In addition, cardholders are granted unlimited credit limits; Buy first, pay later with up to 55 days of interest free; no collateral is required when opening the card; pay at millions of card acceptance points world wide and via the Internet; cash withdrawal of 90% of the credit limit at all ATMs within the nation and abroad POS with JCB logo and free of charge at all Sacombank ATM / POS; special payment by touching the card on the POS machine or scanning the QR code at global card acceptance points and withdrawing money without plastic cards by scanning the QR code at Sacombank ATMs nationwide; discount up to 50% at hundreds of shopping, dining, service points associated with Sacombank; installment purchase anytime, anywhere at 0% interest rate... To request for owning a JCB card, customers are required to have income from VND5 million / month if customers live in Hanoi; and VND3 million if customers live in Ho Chi Minh City and in other cities.

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