Wing Bank is giving away big prizes – including a Lexus LX600 SUV, six Ford Wildtrak trucks and 132 Honda Dream motorcycles!

All Wing Bank customers opening an account will be in the running to win an array of attractive prizes, from now until November 30.

“Wing Bank is always thinking of new ways to offer more value to our customers, and with the 'You Save You Win' lucky draw programme, we want to convey that having an account with Wing Bank provides much more than just convenience, flexibility and a high level of security.

“For people who do not have a Wing Bank account, now is the best time to open one and reap the benefits, such as high interest rates, special discounts from the more than 40,000 Wing merchant partners, online shopping at your fingertips, anytime and anywhere bill payments, and fund transfers both domestically and internationally. There is now also the chance to win many big prizes as well,” said Wing Bank CEO Han Peng Kwang.

Those wishing to open an account can visit any Wing Bank branch or partner office with a valid national ID or passport.

Customers depositing just $500 or two million riel in their account will have a chance to win the 2022 Honda Dream motorcycle daily. Those depositing just $5,000 or 20 million riel will be eligible to join the lucky draw to win the six Ford Wildtrak trucks monthly, as well as for the Honda Dream motorcycles. This special lucky draw campaign is carried out monthly.

Customers depositing just $50,000 or 200 million riel will qualify to join the lucky draw to win the luxury Lexus LX600 SUV at the end of the year. They will also be eligible for the Honda Dream motorcycle and Ford Wildtrak prizes.

The winners of the Honda Dream motorcycles and Ford Wildtrak trucks will be randomly selected using the Wing Bank system every month during the Saturday Night LIVE concert broadcast on CTN from 7 pm to 9pm, and live on Wing Bank’s Facebook page every second week of the following month.

The draw for the grand prize Lexus LX600 SUV will take place at the end of the year.

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