Spend your way to a second holiday


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 17 Feb 2009

PETALING JAYA: Spend as much as possible with your MasterCard on any fare and products sold during the Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair and stand a chance to win a pair of return tickets to London, Melbourne or Shanghai.

Winners will be determined based on the highest amount spent. The first prize is two return business class air tickets to London.

Second and third prize winners will each get a pair of return tickets to Melbourne and Shanghai respectively.

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) commercial director Datuk Rashid Khan said MasterCard International Worldwide has been a strong supporter of the fair and is the event’s official card for the sixth consecutive year.

“This year’s fair offers customers the choice of 55 destinations and the chance to travel just seven days after securing their booking,” he said.

Cardholders who charge purchases to their cards at participating travel agents must fill up a form to take part in the contest, while those who buy air tickets from MAS ticketing offices, through its call centre or via online will automatically be eligible for the contest without the need to submit the form.

Each transaction is equivalent to one entry regardless of the amount charged, number of tickets or packages purchased.

Customers may also take advantage of the deals through the airline’s website at www.malaysiaairlines.com and ticketing offices in Malaysia and selected Asean countries.

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