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ICBC’s I Go Shopping Credit Card Promotion Kicks off in HK & Macao

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and to boost tourism, commercial and trade development in Hong Kong and Macao, from June 30 on, ICBC will launch “I Go Shopping in Hong Kong and Macao” promotion in hundreds of branded stores in key commercial districts such as Causeway Bay, Mong Kok, Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong in Hong Kong, and Cotai, Macao Peninsula in Macao. Customers shopping in designated stores with ICBC credit card issued in Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macao can participate in the promotion.

“I Go Shopping in Hong Kong and Macao” will last from June 30 to October 31. ICBC credit card holders, who shop with card in jewelry & watches, skin care & beauty, food, beverage & entertainment, clothing & accessories and other branded cooperative stores in Hong Kong and Macao regions, can enjoy maximum 40 percent off and get up to 21 percent cash back. There are even various exclusive discounts, such as additional discounts, two-for-one deals, and gifts giving for free. For example, in Hong Kong, 40 percent off is available in designated Nam Pei Hong stores, 10 percent off in designated Sa Sa stores, and 12 percent off in designated 3-D Gold Jewelry stores; and in Macao, 10 percent off is available in 360° Café of Macao Tower, and 50 percent off in designated Z-Beauty stores. Meanwhile, the ICBC Mall’s Hong Kong and Macao cross-border department will also launch a series of lower priced and best-selling products. Besides, card holders can also enjoy services including no foreign exchange commission, free Wi-Fi, free security insurance for high yield savings accounts, free travel insurance for delayed flights, delayed or lost baggage, as well as VIP lounge services at airports.

An official with ICBC suggested the promotion will provide card holders with more preferential, convenient and considerate travel and leisure experiences. It is not only a breakthrough in ICBC’s connection with Hong Kong and Macao, but also an innovation in bank-enterprise cooperation in cross finance, tourism, commerce and trade industries in Hong Kong and Macao.