Easy Pay

Enjoy convenience at its best with your Standard Chartered Credit Card with 'Easy Pay'.

How it works

With 'Easy Pay', you can enjoy the flexibility of selecting to repay your Banquet and Medical trasactions in equal monthly installments at preferantial rates. Simply call the Bank within 48 hours of performing the transaction and state your requirement.
Key features

  • Minimum transaction value: Rs. 50,000
  • Maximum transaction value: Available Credit limit on your Credit Card
  • Repayment: Select to repay the transaction in equal monthly instalments with a one off processing fee. Available tenors are Up to 60 months and the applicable one off processing fee. Illustration: For a Rs. 50,000 transaction,
Tenor 3 6 12 24
Monthly instalment (Rs.) 8,333 4,167 2,083 1,042
One off processing fee (Rs.) 1,250 (5%) 2,000 (8%) 3,500 (14%) 4,250 (17%)
Monthly interest (%) 0% 0% 0% 0%

Partner merchant establishments

    • Hilton Colombo
    • Cinnamon Grand Colombo
    • Cinnamon Lakeside Colombo
    • Galadari Hotel
    • Galle Face Hotel
    • Mount Lavinia Hotel
    • Ceylon Continental
    • Ramada
    • Waters Edge
    • Lanka Hospitals
    • Durdans Hospital
    • Nawaloka Hospital
    • Oasis Hospital
    • Ninewells
    • Hemas Hospital
    • Aasiri Surgical/Hospital
    • Joseph Fraser
    • Singapore General Hospital

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