Standard Chartered and Brand Expedia launch a three-year global collaboration that offers the Standard Chartered cardholders a suite of attractive benefits and discounts on hotels and holiday packages booked on Expedia. The alliance will cover Malaysia, Hong Kong, Korea, and the United Arab Emirates.
Standard Chartered credit card and debit card holders in Malaysia will enjoy a 10% discount on hotel stays with no minimum spend using the coupon code ‘SCMY10‘ until 31 December 2019. Other offers include airport transfers, RM100 off with a minimum spend of RM1,800 on Flight and Hotel package bookings and RM200 off airport transfer with a minimum spend of Rm3,500 on Flight and Hotel package bookings.
Neil Daswani, Global Head of Corporate Partnerships, Retail Banking, at Standard Chartered says, “Standard Chartered and Brand Expedia are literally going places with this tie-up. Our mutual clients like to travel and they like to be rewarded. This collaboration offers our clients rewards and travel opportunities across multiple markets, whilst at the same time assuring them of a continuous and compelling offer provided by a recognised global travel leader.”
Simon Fiquet, General Manager, Southeast Asia and India, Brand Expedia, says, “At Expedia, our mission is to help people go places because we believe that travel is a force for good, connecting us culturally, emotionally, physically and opening our eyes, minds and hearts to the real world. Standard Chartered, as a premium bank across Asia Pacific markets, has a fantastic base of clients with a strong interest in travel. With this global collaboration, we see great synergy in leveraging our collective strengths to bring more choices and savings to travellers to help them travel better, travel more.”
Expedia is the leading full-service online travel brand, helping millions of travellers easily plan and book their travel each month by providing them with the choices and savings they need. The company provides travellers with access to booking over hundreds of thousands of hotels and other lodging options, airlines, car rentals and activity packages.
Travel for leisure and business continues to grow worldwide. Over the past two decades, the number of international travel departures across the globe has more than doubled from around 600 million to 1.3 million, according to The World Bank.