This is how you should travel to your holiday destination this festive season

Only two weeks are left till the big day arrives; everyone is making preparation for Christmas but are you doing it the right way?

 

Christmas is around the corner and most people are making plans to travel to the Coast for proper beach holiday or to catch up with relatives and friends upcountry.

It true most people save for the long festival season so as enjoy properly in Christmas and New Year festivities.

Thieves also know there is a lot of money in circulation during Christmas period; that’s why it’s highly advisable to avoid carrying hard cash in bulk.

Co-op Bank has taken the initiative of making sure your money is safe this festive season; the bank is encouraging Kenyans to use debit or credit cards when settling bills.

Whether you are travelling by air or bus, you can pay your fare using debit or credit cards and avoid carrying around a lot of cash with you.

Co-op bank’s debit and credit cards can be used to pay for goods and services at No Extra Cost; be smart and swipe as you go.

Another good thing about using Co-operative bank’s credit and debit card is convenience or ease of doing transactions.

Wherever you go countrywide, Co-op Jirani agents are all over to serve you.  Banking with Co-op bank has been made easier as Co-op Jirani agents are located in your estates, shopping centers and any other place where population gathers.

With Co-op bank’s debit and credit card, you can easily track card expenses on the bank/card statement.

Furthermore, Co-op bank has partnered with the Revitalize Wellness Center to offer a 5% discount off clients’ bills if payment is done via Co-op Card.

Revitalize Wellness Center is equipped with state of the art facilities including fitness and meditation classes, luxurious spa treatments, relaxing massages, salon services, nutritional consultation, and a coffee and juice bar.

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