Nine lucky Maybank customers were granted the chance to go wild in the aisles on Saturday when they took part in the second Maybank Supermarket Sweep, which saw them treated to a free shopping spree at Giant Supermarket in City Mall with total prize money of up to $4,500.
For the inaugural competition held last August, six customers were selected out of 6,000, which participated in the ongoing Maybank Savings Challenge deposit campaign. A first-of- its-kind campaign in Cambodia, customers only need to sign up to be rewarded with higher interest, with the offer of a bonus interest rate based on the number of sign-ups – the more customers who sign up, the higher the interest rate for everyone.
Speaking at the event, Maybank (Cambodia) CEO Cynthia Liaw said: “As of the end of December 2016, the total number of customers’ sign-ups surpassed 15,000. For every 1,000 customers who signed up, one lucky winner was selected to participate in the Maybank Supermarket Sweep. This was an increase of 9,000 customers’ sign-ups since the first Maybank Supermarket Sweep, thus another nine customers were selected to participate.
“This is yet another initiative to provide a better value proposition to our customers where they can enjoy better returns when they save and conduct their day-to-day transactions with us.”
On January 14, Maybank awarded the grand prize winner of its Maybank Save Now & Win Big campaign, who won a Garden Residency condominium unit valued at approximately $42,000. At the same event, Maybank launched its latest Maybank Premier Wealth Lucky 888 campaign, which will reward the first 88 customers who sign up for a Maybank Premier Wealth Prestige Current Account with ang pows (traditional Chinese red envelopes) ranging from $38 to $888.
At the Supermarket Sweep event on Saturday, Maybank launched yet another new exciting competition, the Maybank #iLike campaign running from January to June, which offers customers who save or top up their savings with Maybank a chance to win a selection of complimentary packages that suit a variety of consumer lifestyle and preferences. These include dining, fashion, tech gadgets and holidays worth $500 each.