Olympic Winter Games 2014 are coming. Unique promotion “Go ahead to victories with Visa!” which is held for Piraeus Bank in Ukraine clients holding Visa cards, is dedicated for the very this event.
Being a worldwide partner of the Olympic Games for more than 25 years Visa is supporting talented athletes from different countries.
Take part in Visa Promo and maybe you will cheer for Semerenko sisters or other sportsmen of Your from the tribunes of Olympics 2014 in Sochi. Because the true support during crucial moments of a competition gives the sportsmen power to win.
It is easy to participate in the Promo. Just pay with your Visa card for any goods and services at any merchant's network, self-service terminals as well as on the Internet all over Ukrainiane and abroad in the period from 14 October 2013 to 23 February 2013.
Thanks to Visa each transaction done during the period from 14 October 2013 to 24 November 2013, gives you a chance to win a trip for two to the Winter Olympics 2014 or one of 25 Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet with cover. And every transaction in the period from 25 November 2013 to 23 February 2014 gives You a chance to win one of 50 Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet with a cover or one of the 25 Panasonic 32" TVs. Pay via Visa card and win one of five trips for two to Olympic Winter Games 2014 in Sochi and other prizes thanks to Visa! The more transactions – the more chances to win!
The prize raffle will take place in two stages: December 6, 2013 and March 5, 2014. Winners will be selected randomly.
Don’t miss the chance to become an eye-witness of the historical event which will be held in Sochi for the first time. Support the best athletes of the world and power up the athletic mood with Visa!
Please find the detailed information about the promo “Go ahead to victories with Visa!” on visa.com.ua
Go ahead to victories with Visa!
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