Qatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB) has launched its celebratory Finance Offer in partnership with Qatar Airways Privilege Club, consisting of a competitive Finance rate and Avios as a reward.
According to the statement, both QIIB and non-QIIB customers who transfer their salaries and liabilities to QIIB can receive personal or vehicle finance at a competitive rate whilst being awarded Qatar Airways Privilege Club Avios.
This offer, which is valid until May 20, 2023, will see loyalty members being awarded 10,000 Avios for every $27,464 (QR100,000) of finance.
Customers who take advantage of this offer can benefit from a grace period of up to 12 months for Qatari Nationals and three months for residents, calculated from the finance period, as per the reports.
“On the occasion of the Holy Month of Ramadan, we are pleased to provide our customers with a finance offer that caters to their aspirations and needs. We are honored to launch this offer in partnership with Qatar Airways Privilege Club, the World’s best airline, a company that represents quality and excellence at its foundation. The finance offer was designed based on a market study that focuses on the real needs of our customers and aims to provide credible benefits that attract customers.”
Additionally, they can apply for finance via the bank’s extensive network of branches as well as state-of-the-art digital channels which include QIIB Mobile and Internet Banking. The minimum Finance period is two years.
Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer Mr. Thierry Antinori said that, “At Qatar Airways we strive to deliver the best products and offerings in the market to our loyalty members, a quality we value in our partners.”
“As QIIB launches the celebratory financing offer, we are delighted to include Qatar Airways Privilege Club Avios earning opportunities. We look forward to seeing our members avail of this option to collect reward points and spend them on their future travels,” Mr. Antinori added.
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