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May 21, 2015

OCBC Bank rolls out limited edition UnionPay prepaid cards for SEA Games

Singapore-based OCBC Bank has launched a series of limited edition UnionPay Prepaid Cards for 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.

By Verdict Staff

Singapore-based OCBC Bank has launched a series of limited edition UnionPay Prepaid Cards for 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.

The prepaid cards will be available in six designs among which two feature the Games’ official mascot, Nila, and the remaining four feature bowling, football, swimming and table-tennis.

The cards featuring Nila will be sold at S$55 and S$105 each, with a stored value of S$50 and S$100 respectively, while the four cards with the sports themes will be sold as a set at S$28, with each card having a stored value of S$5.

The non-reloadable cards will offer benefits including 20% discount off prices of tickets to the SEA Games, 10% off 28th SEA Games merchandise with a minimum spending of S$60.

The cards will also offer up to 50% discount at participating food and beverage stalls located at Singapore Sports Hub during the SEA Games (5 June to 16 June 2015).

The cards will be available for sale at the official SEA Games merchandise store outside Ngee Ann City and City Tours Tourist Hub from 22 May 2015.

Starting from 5 June 2015, the cards will be on sale at SEA Games merchandising booths, participating F&B stalls at the Singapore Sports Hub and the SEA Games hospitality desk at Swissotel The Stamford.

Additionally, OCBC card members will also get S$5 off their purchase of the Cards if they charge it to their OCBC Cards at the pop-up store selling selected 28th SEA Games merchandise located at OCBC Centre, 65 Chulia Street Singapore.

OCBC Bank head of group lifestyle financing Desmond Tan said: "These UnionPay Prepaid Cards can be used to purchase snacks, drinks and the Games merchandise at the Singapore Sports Hub."

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