QNB, Mastercard announce winners of mega campaign

Qatar National Bank (QNB), the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, announced the winners of its mega campaign in partnership with Mastercard, where a total of 93 winners were selected.
As many as 90 of the monthly winners won either an iPhone 12 Pro, Qatar Airways travel voucher worth QR10,000 or up to QR10,000 cashback. The three grand prize winners won 1kg gold bar each.
To qualify for the monthly prizes, customers spent a minimum of QR6,000 during the 30-day period, every cumulative QR100 local spend beyond the qualifying amount earned one chance of entry into the draw.
For international transactions, the chances were tripled for the grand prize where a minimum spend of QR50,000 would qualify the customers for the draw.
Commenting on the campaign, QNB Group Retail GM Heba Al Tamimi said, “We congratulate the winners of this exciting campaign and we encourage our customers to keep using their QNB Cards for all their spending. Our award-winning cards and payment products are safe, convenient, and rewarding backed with strong technology. We are very pleased with the success and engagement demonstrated by our customers throughout the campaign period.”
Nadia Ghissassi, country manager for Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, and Iraq, Mastercard said, “We are pleased to have concluded the mega campaign in partnership with QNB. This campaign proved to be a resounding success and provided our consumers in Qatar with unparalleled opportunities to win fantastic prizes all month. We look forward to launching more exciting campaigns in the future that delight and reward consumers for their everyday purchases, connecting them to priceless experiences.”
The QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to more than 31 countries across three continents, providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services.
The total number of employees is more than 28,000 operating through 1,000 locations, with an ATM network of more than 4,600 machines.