Photo Release: KTC sends off lucky credit card members to travel to Japan.

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Wednesday January 17, 2018 10:40
Bangkok--17 Jan--Krungthai Card

Mrs. Pranaya Nithananon, Vice President - Credit Card Business, "KTC" or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, hands over prizes to lucky members who made transactions using KTC credit cards in the "Eat Japanese food with a chance to win a trip to Japan with KTC credit cards" campaign. The Japan tour packages comprise of Thai Airways Bangkok - Hokkaido round trip tickets, a great time at the ski lane at "Niseko" ski resort in Hokkaido and a feast on delicious salmon and 3 types of crabs: mitten crabs, king taraba crab legs and snow crab legs at "Kingdom of Food". There are a total of 7 prizes (2 people / prize) with a total worth of 1,050,000 baht. KTC sent lucky credit card members and winners of the campaign off to travel to Japan at Suvarnabhumi Airport recently.


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