RM88,888 ang pow up for grabs in campaign

Wan Saiful says the campaign shows PTPTN’s appreciation to all who continue to support the SSPN.

THE National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) is organising its Gong Xi Ang Pow SSPN 2021 campaign in conjunction with Chinese New Year.

The theme “Gong Xi Save and Safe” has been chosen to highlight the importance of saving for the future.

Under this campaign, PTPTN is offering more than RM88,888 cash in ang pow for 88 winners.

The grand prize is RM8,888 cash.

The campaign, which ends on March 8, is open to all National Education Savings Scheme (SSPN) depositors – SSPN-i and SSPN-i Plus.

With savings as low as RM100 during the campaign period, depositors are eligible for a draw.

SSPN depositors, who participate in this campaign, not only have a chance to win attractive gifts, but also enjoy various SSPN privileges such as a competitive dividend, takaful protection and tax exemptions of up to RM8,000 a year.

PTPTN chairman Datuk Wan Saiful Wan Jan said although Covid-19 had drastically impacted the economy, as well as the world and local finance markets, the trust and support of depositors to continue to save with SSPN was intact.

“This campaign is to show PTPTN’s appreciation to all who continue to support SSPN, ” he added.

Meanwhile, PTPTN chief executive Ahmad Dasuki Abdul Majid urged parents who have yet to open an SSPN account to grab the golden opportunity.

“SSPN can be opened for children as early as a day old.

“A bit of investment on your part can mean a lot for them.

“Open a new account or add deposits during the promotional period and you can automatically qualify for this draw, ” he added.

For details, visit www.lovesspn.com.

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