Photo Release: KTC pleases members who have penchants for reading at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Bangkok 2019 book exhibition.

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Tuesday July 30, 2019 11:12
Bangkok--30 Jul--Krungthai Card

Mr. Terapoj Chokeanantang, Senior Vice President - Credit Card Business, "KTC" or Krungthai Card Public Company Limitedjointly with Mr. Surachet Worawongwasu, Managing Director – Ready To Read Company Limited, organizer of "Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Bangkok 2019," the international book fair exhibition which have been held consecutively for four years with over a million books covering all categories at special prices, in providing KTC cardmembers special privileges with 18% cash backs for every purchases worth Bt. 500 made usingKTC credit cards with the usage of every 500 KTC FOREVER points. Special choose to pay in installments with KTC card with an interest rate of 0.69% for up to three months for transactions worth Bt. 3,000 or more. Members register for the promotion between August 9, 2019 to August 19, 2019 at KTC booth in front of Hall 4 IMPACT Forum Muang Thong Thani.

For more information, please contact KTC PHONE 02 123 5000 or visit www.ktc.co.th, apply for a credit card at any "KTC TOUCH" branches or click link: http://bit.ly/2uPcS19. #UnlimitedBlissful with KTC Card

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