As an initiative targeted at supporting customers’ festivity, Access Bank has commenced a discount promotion that gets 50% off customer purchases from some of the leading stores, retails outlets and eateries nationwide. The promo tagged ‘12days of Christmas’ will run for 12 days, starting from December 21, 2015 – January 1, 2016.
To participate in the ’12 days of Christmas’, customers should download PayWithCapture from the Apple store, Google Play Store and Blackberry World. PayWithCapture is Nigeria’s leading innovative contactless payment solution that allows users make payments via generated QR codes. The mobile payments application and infrastructure enables users to scan a QR code through their phone cameras at merchants’ point of sale as an alternative to making payments via cards on POS terminals.
With this, PaywithCapture customers are opportune to get up to 50% discount off a variety of purchases and items, such as airtime, movie tickets, food, creameries and taxi services from Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery, Genesis Deluxe Cinema, Filmhouse Cinemas, Silverbird Cinemas, Ozone Cinemas, Sweet Kiwi Frozen Yoghurt, SPAR, Debra’s Grace, Easy Taxi, Bungalow’s Restaurant, Spice Restaurant, Traclist, PayPorte, Mall for Africa, Terra Kulture, LG, Edmark, SLOT, MedPlus, Addidde, Rhapsody’s Ikeja, and Bazaar Farm & Stores during the ‘12days of Christmas’ promo.
“We are big on giving back! We want to ensure that our consumers enjoy this festive period, and these offerings on PayWithCapture’s ‘12days of Christmas’ provide a valid opportunity to usher them into a prosperous New Year”, enthused Amaechi Okobi, Head, Strategic Brand Management.
Analysts have described Access Bank’s introduction of ‘PaywithCapture’ as yet another landmark initiative that will totally change the face of banking in Nigeria and promote the ongoing cashless policy campaign in the country. Specifically, an experience payment service manager, Charles Malatanga, Senior Partner, Payment Insights Inc., described ‘PayWithCapture’ as “ an invention that puts bank customers in total control”, adding that “pioneering such a revolutionary innovation by Access Bank goes beyond management dexterity and vision, to customer centricity”.