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Bank Muscat conducts N Batinah Al Mazyona draw

March 28, 2021

In line with its vision ‘To serve you better, everyday’ and commitment to partnership in promoting a strong savings culture in Oman, Bank Muscat, the leading financial services provider in the sultanate, recently conducted the Al Mazyona monthly draw for North Batinah governorate.

As many as 61 winners walked away with RO415,000 during the draw, which was presented by media personality Samira al Harrasi. The draw was live-streamed on the bank’s social media accounts and followed keenly by customers and the general public.

The monthly draw for North Batinah saw 30 winners from the governorate win RO500 each while one lucky winner walked away with the monthly mega prize of RO50,000. Customers who maintain a minimum balance of RO100 are automatically entered into the monthly draws for different governorates in the sultanate.

Prize draws were also held for high saving customers on the occasion including Asalah and Al Jawhar customers. Ten Asalah customers won RO25,000 each while 20 Al Jawhar customers walked away with prizes worth RO5,000 each. Asalah Priority Banking customers maintaining a minimum balance of RO30,000 and Al Jawhar customers maintaining a minimum balance of RO10,000 are eligible to participate in the monthly draws in their respective categories.

Abdullah Tamman al Mashani, DGM – Institutional Sales and Product Development, Bank Muscat, said, “We are very happy to see the excellent response to the 2021 edition of one of the longest-running prize draw schemes in the country. I would like to congratulate all the winners for their excellent savings habit and encourage all our valued customers to take maximum advantage of this savings scheme to save up for their future goals as well as get multiple chances to win attractive prizes as a reward for saving more.”

Continuing the bank’s efforts to align itself with national goals, the long-running Al Mazyona scheme is contributing to the development of Oman and encouraging greater financial prudence amongst the general public.

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