Ryanair re-launches MBNA credit card to offer more bonus flights, more often
Thursday 13, May 2010
Ryanair re-launched the Ryanair MBNA Credit Card with an extended bonus flights programme which offers card holders more bonus flights (just pay taxes, fees and related charges) on more routes, more often. All card holders have to do to qualify for bonus flights is use their Ryanair credit card within 90 days of receiving it.
The extended benefits programme allows customers to earn additional bonus flights to/from any of Ryanair's 155 airports by using their Ryanair MBNA credit card to make purchases or for balance transfers. The Ryanair MBNA credit card offers switchers a market leading 0% interest rate for the first 10 months on balance transfers, with a rate of 14.9% APR (variable) thereafter, on balances and card purchases. Switching is easy and consumers can sign up for Ryanair's credit card and take advantage of its improved flight programme on www.ryanair.com.
Ryanair's Stephen McNamara said:
"Ryanair continues to grow routes and passengers and with over 150 airports in the Ryanair network Ryanair Credit Card customers can take advantage of our new bonus flights programme on more routes, more flights and more often than ever before. Switching is easy and new and existing customers can now see more, for less, with Ryanair and MBNA".
Suzanne Holmes, Head of Communications, MBNA said:
"The right rewards product is important in the current environment when, more than ever, customers are looking for more choice and benefits. Now with the enhanced bonus flight programme coupled with a market leading rate of 0% on balance transfers for 10 months this offer meets that need".
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