16th March 2020 - 2 min read
For a limited time only, Hong Leong Bank is issuing special edition Olympic-themed debit cards in conjunction with the upcoming 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. The limited-edition Olympic debit card is available to both new and existing Hong Leong Bank customers.
There are three versions of the Olympic Hong Leong Bank Visa debit cards: white, red, and black. The red and white versions display the cheerful figure of Miraitowa, the official Tokyo 2020 mascot. Meanwhile, the black debit card features a Japanese samurai, etched in silver against a contrasting background. All three designs feature the Tokyo 2020 Olympics symbol: a wreath of Japanese cherry blossoms placed above six interlocking Olympics rings.
New customers opening a Hong Leong Bank account during this period will be able to obtain the Olympic debit card with the usual RM8 charge for first-time issuance of debit cards. If you are an existing account holder and wish to swap your current debit card for the fancy Olympic one, you can do so if you pay the debit card replacement fee of between RM9-RM18, depending on your account type.
The Hong Leong Bank Olympic debit card will only be available while stocks last, so if you’re interested, you should get them while you still can.
On a related note, Hong Leong Bank is offering up to RM100 cashback for new customers with a debit card linked to a Hong Leong Pay&Save account between 1 January to 30 April 2020. So, if you’re thinking of setting up a new bank account with Hong Leong to get the Olympic card, take a look at the Pay&Save/-i Cashback Campaign.
If you’re a fan of Olympic-themed cards, you may be interested in the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Cash Back Credit Card and the Tokyo 2020 Limited Edition RHB Visa Rewards Credit Card, which also feature Olympic-based card designs.
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