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Bank Mandiri Offers 50 Percent Discount during Ramadan

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - State-owned lender Bank Mandiri offers a special promo for the owners of Mandiri credit and debit card during Ramadan. The customer will get a direct discount at 50 percent in several outlets.

“It’s valid for Mandiri Credit and Debit Card until June 30,” as quoted in Bank Mandiri official website www.mandirikartukredit.com/ramadan today, Friday, May 18.

The discount is available in several outlets including Bakmi GM, HokBen, Excelso, I-ta Suki, Kokoro Mazesoba, Dapoer Ciragil, Kila-Kila, Bebek Bengil, L'Avenue by Hermitage, DoubleTree by Hilton, Beranda by Crowne Plaza, Onokabe, Paradise Dynasty, and Paradise Inn.

Read: Bank Mandiri to Release Special KPR Program Targets Millennials


In addition, discount up to 50 percent or Free Product also valid in The Duck King Group, Fook Yew, Kyochon, Genki Sushi, Paul, Hanamasa, Pizza Hut, Marugame Udon, KFC, Breadtalk, J.Co, Roppan, Grand Caffe by Hyatt, Signature by Kempinski, Grand Via by Gran Melia, Sari Pacific, and Santika Premiere.

Bank Mandiri is reportedly often to kick off promo for its customers. Early May this year, the bank’s Executive Vice President of Consumer Loans Ignatius Susatyo Wijoyo announce Bank Mandiri will launch a program of home ownership credit or KPR for millennial generation in the near future. The program aimed at encouraging young people to save and have their own home at a young age.


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