Enjoy 10,000 extra reward points when you shop with your Standard Chartered
credit card this festive season
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Standard Chartered presents a fabulous opportunity to earn even more as you shop. Each time you pay with your Standard Chartered Credit Card, you can earn as many as 10,000 additional Reward Points.

So have your wish list ready and make the most of this festive season!

Every Rs.20,000 spent = 2,000 additional Reward Points*
*up to a maximum of 10,000 Reward Points


This offer is valid till November 30, 2013. The additional Reward Points earned will be credited on or before January 15, 2014.

To register SMS JOY to 9987123123 from your mobile number registered with the Bank


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