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Royal Jordanian and Bank of Palestine launch co-branded 'My Miles' MasterCard

Posted 1 September 2016 · Add Comment

The Bank of Palestine has sealed an agreement with Royal Jordanian (RJ) to launch a co-branded MasterCard called “My Miles” as part of RJ's endeavor to enhance its market share and commercial existence in the Palestinian market and to encourage bank customers to use credit cards.

The signing ceremony took place at the head office of the bank in Ramallah. Present were chairman and CEO of the Bank of Palestine Hashem Shawwa, RJ’s chief commercial officer Server Aydin, vice president and regional manager, Levant,  and MasterCard Basel El Tell.

The agreement grants MasterCard holders miles for purchases made through the “My Miles” card whereby they will earn one Royal Plus mile against each dollar spent using the card locally or abroad and whether the purchase is performed in the market or online.

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