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Noah participated in the morning shootaround and coach Tom Thibodeau did not mention the injury during his pre-game availability. But the Bulls ann ...more »
National Commercial Bank (NCB) is offering double rewards for customers using two of its signature credit cards this Thursday when the Jamaica Observer will once again celebrate Fashion's Night Out (FNO), a five-hour islandwide shopping frenzy during which retailers offer huge discounts on a wide range of merchandise.
"Lovebird Keycard holders will earn two points for every $62.50 spent and NCB Visa Classic cardholders will earn double the cash back rewards. All other NCB credit cards will provide the usual rewards that make them your most valuable accessory on September 6," NCB said in a statement.
"We want our customers to think in points," NCB added. "You are not rewarded with cash; therefore, consumers are encouraged to think strategically about their finances and make their money work for them. With NCB credit cards, the rewards-driven cardholder can earn cash back or points towards free travel by doing the things they do every day, ie shop, pay bills and school fees, buy groceries, gas, you name it. On a night like September 6, these rewards are enhanced by deals offered by the merchants and additional bonuses awarded by NCB."
The largest bank in the country explained that its sponsorship of the Jamaica Observer's celebration of Fashion's Night Out represents an opportunity to endorse an event that considerably stimulates Jamaica's retail industry. "NCB utilises the event as one of the platforms to support our SMEs, our valued Point of Sale (POS) merchants and reward our loyal cardholders," the bank said.
"We know when you'll be spending the most and that's when we will give you more bonuses, because we want you to earn that trip and/or cash back even faster. NCB credit cards are 'the way to pay' at FNO. Please spend responsibly," the bank advised.
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