The Ultimate Movie Credit Card

Hong Leong Bank (HLB) partners with Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) to bring movie goers the updated Hong Leong Bank GSC Mastercard Credit Card. With the new updates, customers will enjoy RM6 off tickets everyday for all halls including Signature halls, 30% off snacks and drinks when they book and pay via GSC’s website or app, 20% discount for dine-in at all GSC food and beverage outlets and earn 3 times more rewards points on overseas spend, e-commerce and for all spend at GSC. The rewards points can be used to redeem movie tickets for 3D movies, 4DX halls, Twin Seats, D-Box and MAXX halls. New Platinum and Gold Principal Cardholders will  be entitled to a welcome gift of ten and five movie tickets respectively.

Domenic Fuda, Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Office of HLB says, “In 2017, there were 17 million visits to the cinemas in Malaysia. We have been partnering GSC since 2009 and since the introduction of this card, it has remained one of the leading credit cards offering value to movie-goers. We are confident this card will up to cardholders’ expectation of being the ultimate credit card for movie lovers.”

Koh Mei Lee, Chief Executive Officer of GSC says, “As the leading cinema exhibitor in Malaysia, GSC has partnered Hong Leong Bank for nearly a decade to give movie goers the Ultimate Movie Card which offers fantastic benefits whenever they come to watch a movie with us.”

Charles Sik, Managing Director of Personal Financial Services, HLB says that HLB is the first in the country to bring the co-branded card. He adds that compared to other cards, the HLB GSC Credit Card will have fewer terms and conditions. Cardholders can also purchased up to 18 cards per day at the discounted rates with HLB GSC Credit Cards.

 

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