NBB announced 22 Alwatani Savings Scheme daily prizes winners for the month of September 2016 at a draw held at the Bank premises in Manama. The details of the lucky winners are available on the Bank’s website www.nbbonline.com.
NBB General Manager (Domestic Banking Group), Mr. Abdul Aziz Al Ahmed said on this occasion: “We are extremely pleased to announce the daily winners of the Al Watani Savings Programme for last month and are happy that chances of winning was provided for so many customers. We are proud that the Al Watani Savings Programme encourages people to save, a habit we wish to promote amongst the citizens of the Kingdom and the future generation of Bahrain. We offer our heartiest congratulations to the winners and thank them for banking with NBB.”
The revamped Al Watani Savings Scheme prizes for this year offers chances to win different prizes, which includes a luxury villa at the prestigious Riffa Views project and two 4-wheel drive luxury cars (1 Toyota Landcruiser VXR and 1 Nissan Patrol SE Platinum City 2016) to be drawn in December. That is not all - the new Al Watani campaign also rewarded two lucky customers with bumper cash prizes worth US $ 100,000 each, in September. In addition, there are daily cash prizes on offer to 154 winners, worth US $ 3,500 each.
Al Watani Savings scheme endeavours to make it easy for customers to save and win attractive prizes. Customers do not need to open a separate account or buy certificates. All savings account balances of customers are automatically included for the prizes. Furthermore, customers who have SaveWave accounts are also eligible for all the prizes.
Since the inception of the scheme, NBB has created many exceptional opportunities for rewarding customers while promoting and encouraging the habit of saving. A leader in its field, Al Watani Savings scheme is one of the most successful and well renowned saving programs and enjoys a wide acceptance among customers. This season’s latest campaign reinforces and builds on the success of the scheme, and the total sum of cash and non-cash prizes awarded has reached over US $ 15 million since the inception of the project.