MUSCAT, 31 August 2013 – The Sultanate's flagship al Mazyona savings scheme from Bank Muscat celebrated the monthly draw offering prizes worth RO 300,000 in the head office under the auspices of Soud bin Ahmed al Nahari, CEO of Port Services Corporation. Thirty customers, including three Priority Banking customers, were rewarded with RO 10,000 each in the prize draw, also attended by Abdullah Al Hinai, DGM – Investment Banking & FIG.
al Mazyona customers maintaining a minimum balance of RO 1000 get a chance to win RO 10,000 every month. Twenty-seven monthly prizes are reserved for the governorates - 9 in Muscat, 6 in Batinah, 3 in Dhakliya+Wusta, 3 in Dhahirah+Musandam, 3 in Dhofar and 3 in Sharqiya. The more the balance, higher the winning chances.
al Mazyona 2013 scheme offers a total prize money of over RO 7 million. As on date, the scheme offers the biggest prize money in Oman and the region. Notably, the enhanced prize money is shared by more winners as customers from all governorates are guaranteed to win prizes ranging from RO 1000 a week, RO 50,000 every quarter to RO 100,000 at the end of the year. al Mazyona reaches out to all individual segments with exclusive prizes earmarked for ladies, youth, children and high savings balance customers in all regions.
Bank Muscat understands customer expectations and al Mazyona 2013 scheme continues to reflect innovative customer segmentation based on two principles - region and demographics – ensuring higher winning chances for all customers across the Sultanate, including ladies, youth and children. Winning with al Mazyona is simple as customers are not required to block their money for long to win the big prizes.
al Mazyona has consistently been a huge success. The objective of al Mazyona is to create a lifetime change for winners and allow them to invest their prize money in things that will make a lasting difference and the well-being of their families.
Over the years, al Mazyona has succeeded in inculcating a savings culture in Oman. The flexible scheme makes regular saving easier and is available across the largest network of 137 branches in Oman.