- Discounts up to 25% for debit and credit cards for daily essentials
- Interest-free instalment plans on hospital, educational and insurance payments
- Instalment facilities offered for COVID-19 Intermediate Treatment Centres
- Hassle-free instalment plans for credit card balance transfers from other banks
- Up to 30% off on dining, auto-care, online and lifestyle partners
- Discounts up to 50% from selected jewelry merchants
Sri Lanka’s most customer-friendly bank HNB PLC has once again partnered with an extensive
portfolio of leading retailers across the island to provide its loyal debit and credit cardholders with
exclusive discounts and valuable benefits, while continuing to support the community.
Partnering a wide range of popular brands – from fine dining, jewelry, auto care, lifestyle merchants
online, education and even hospitals – HNB is offering customers discounts up to 50% as well as
convenient interest-free instalment plans for up to 24 months.
“Every year we seek to ensure that our cardholders get the best possible deals in the market. Given
that the 2020 was an especially challenging time for all of us, we redoubled our efforts to partner
with an even wider range of merchants and healthcare providers, so that we could provide as much
support to our customers as possible,” HNB Head of Cards, Gauthami Niranjan expressed.
A notable inclusion in this year’s partnerships are leading hospitals, which are offering HNB
cardholders up to 25% on selected healthcare packages and treatments. Customers can also make
use of interest-free instalment payment plans for medical expenses at leading hospitals, including
Lanka, Delmon, Asiri, Kings, Durdans, Nawaloka, Ninewells, Hemas and COVID-19 Intermediate
Care Centers at select hospitals.
Additionally, customers also have the option of transferring their credit card balance from other
banks to HNB for a hassle-free instalment plan with zero documentation requirements, all for a
nominal handling fee and bundled with convenient instalment payment options, with just a call to the
24×7 Contact Centre on 0112462462.
Moreover, HNB cardholders will also be entitled to discounts of up to 25% when purchasing daily
essentials from leading supermarkets such as Cargills Food City, Glomark, Keells and Arpico
Supercentres across the island until April 2021.
Customers shopping at Cargills will be offered an additional 10% discount on ‘Best Buy’ products for
bills above Rs. 2,500 each Monday, while Keells will offer a 10% discount on bills above Rs. 3,500
every Tuesday from 05pm to 08pm. Credit cardholders can also make use of a flat 25% off on
selected fresh fruits, vegetables and seafood during the weekend at Arpico Supercentres & Daily
outlets, while Glomark will offer Credit & Debit cardholders discounts of 20% and 10% respectively
on bills above Rs.4,000 every Friday.
Additionally, fine dining enthusiasts can avail themselves of discounts of up to 25% from HNB’s fine
dining partners, which include restaurants at Taj Samudra and Galle Face Hotel, Maharaja Palace,
&Co Pub and Kitchen, Asylum, PappaRich, Mango Tree, Raja Bojun, Barista, Caramel Pumpkin, Jade
Restaurants and many more. Mexican food lovers will also be offered a Buy 1 Get 1 Free option at
Taco Bell every second Tuesday of the month, while pizza lovers will be offered a free Large Pan
Pizza when they order the same every third Wednesday of the month, exclusively from Pizza Hut.
Catering to the growing online customer base, HNB has partnered with online shopping platforms
PickMe Market, Daraz Saturdays, Wasi.lk, Lassana.com. giftbasket.lk, buyabans.com, glomark.lk and
Atlas-Myshop to offer discounts of up to 25% and easy instalment payment options for selected
Cardholders can renew and obtain insurance covers at insureme.lk with a 10% discount on basic
premiums for life and motor insurance. Parents and students can also settle their fees via myfees.lk,
with HNB offering interest-free instalment plans for several leading educational institutes as well.
Notably, tech-savvy customers will receive a complimentary gift valued at Rs. 10,000 for every iPad,
iMac, iPhone and MacBook from FutureWorld. Additionally, fitness enthusiasts are entitled to a flat
15% discount at Quantum Fitness and an interestfree instalment plan for up to 24 months.
Photography aficionados can use discounts of up to 15% on HNB credit cards for selected camera
accessories at Cameralk. Cardholders are also entitled to discounts of up to 30% and zero-interest
instalment plans up to 12 months when shopping at Abans, Damro, Dinapala, Hunters, Softlogic,
Singer, Sinhagiri, Thilakawardena, Arpico Furniture and Seetha Holdings.
Similarly, jewelry lovers are entitled to discounts of up to 50% at leading jewelry partners such as
Premadasa Jewellery, Mallika Hemachandra, Ravi Jewellers, PLMTT, Muthukaruppan Chettiar,
Swarnamahal, Vogue Jewellers, Raja Jewellers and Lalitha Jewellers.
Meanwhile, HNB’s vehicle buffs are offered discounts of up to 50% and selected services from Ideal
First Choice, and up to 10% off for lubricant services and original spare parts for repairs (for European vehicles) at the Merc Shop respectively. Additionally, BMW lovers can make use of a 5%
discount on the total bill, after-sales services, repairs, original accessories and BMW lifestyle
merchandise at Prestige Automobile and Auto Bavaria.
With 252 customer centres across the country, HNB is one of Sri Lanka’s largest, most
technologically innovative banks having won local and global recognition for its efforts to drive
forward a new paradigm in digital banking. Over the recent past, the bank was ranked among the
World Top 1,000 Banks list compiled by the prestigious UK-based Banker Magazine. HNB has a
national rating of AA- (lka) by Fitch Ratings (Lanka) Ltd.
HNB was also declared Best Sub-Custodian Bank in Sri Lanka at the Global Finance Awards 2020.
The bank further won the Award for the Best Retail Bank in Sri Lanka for the 11th time at the Asian
Banker Awards 2020, in recognition of its sustainable growth and continuous improvements in
processes, products and services amidst a challenging macroeconomic environment.