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BPI strengthens partnership with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has partnered once again with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir for the fifth consecutive year to provide BPI Cardholders world-class travel to Singapore and other exciting destinations with exclusive perks and installment options. 

BPI together with Ayala Malls, Globe Platinum, Singapore Tourism Board, Changi Airport Group and Samsung joined the Singapore Airlines and SilkAir Showcase Travel Fair 2018 to let people experience the best in travel.

Sealing the deal are (from left) Sharon Zulueta, Head of Merchant Partnerships Marketing (Usage); Jenelyn Lacerna, Vice President for BPI Credit Cards; Balagopal Kunduvara, General Manager Philippines for Singapore Airlines; and Aiza Soller-Garcia, Head of Marketing & PR for Singapore Airlines. 
BPI Cardholders can enjoy all-in round-trip discounted airfares as BPI provides exceptional offers with easy payment terms of up to 6 months Real 0 percent installment (Terms and conditions apply.) 

To kick-off the promo, BPI will hold a three-day mall event in two locations on Jan. 26-28, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Glorietta and Trinoma. 

This promo is exclusive to Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer members, Globe Platinum customers, BPI Cardholders, as well as Glorietta, TriNoma and Ayala Center Cebu shoppers. All these exclusive deals are made possible by Singapore Airlines, BPI, Ayala Malls, Globe Platinum, Singapore Tourism Board, and Changi Airport Group. To learn more about these offers, visit www.bpicards.com. 

Topics: BPI , partnered , Singapore Airlines , SilkAir , BPI Cardholders , world-class travel , Singapore , Ayala Malls , Globe Platinum , Singapore Tourism Board , Changi Airport Group , Samsung
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