QNB partners with talabat to launch free delivery campaign

Partnership aimed at enriching customers’ experience during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

November 21, 2022

QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, announced the launch of an awesome campaign for QNB Visa credit cardholders in collaboration with talabat, the largest online food deliveringcompany in the Middle East, to enjoy free delivery service on talabat app, during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

The offer will provide QNB Visa credit cardholders with a unique opportunity to enjoy free delivery on a variety of exciting order options suitable for any budget at over 3,000 restaurants and stores in Qatar. QNB credit cardholders can avail of the free delivery with no minimum spend between 20 November and 18 December 2022.

Commenting on the partnership, QNB Group General Manager Retail Adel Ali Al Malki said, “We are always pleased to celebrate such momentous occasions with our customers and we strive to continuously enrich their banking experience. This exclusive offer allows QNB Visa credit cardholders to enjoy a unique opportunity to celebrate the long-awaited tournament with their friends and family and cheer for their favourite team, while they will continue to enjoy a unique lifestyle thanks to QNB Life Rewards Program.”

Francisco Miguel de Sousa, managing director of talabat Qatar said, “Our partnership with QNB provides us with a new way to celebrate with citizens and residents during the exciting weeks ahead for the World Cup. We have no doubt that customers will enjoy this free-delivery offer when ordering their favorite meals, groceries, festival merchandise and much more across the talabat app.”

QNB customers continue to enjoy the Life Rewards program, a loyalty programme that rewards nearly all banking transactions, while customers can select a wide range of choices to redeem them instantly, through over 1,200 QNB exclusive partners’ shops, internet or mobile banking, or QNB ATM.




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