Being a Standard Bank Prestige customer means receiving A-list treatment because you’ve worked hard for it. It’s more than just getting you from A to B. It’s about getting there in style and giving you just what you need to reach your next milestone – that trip overseas, a new car you’ve be eyeing for ages or the home with your name on it.
Customers who earn a gross monthly income of R25 000 or more are eligible for the Prestige Banking offering and all that comes with it.
That includes products and services like an overdraft facility, a Titanium cheque and credit card as well as secondary current account and credit card for your partner. Internet, telephone and cellphone banking come standard as do unlimited electronic transactions, Free Travel Wallet initiation and the option to apply for a Diners Club card. To see the full list of benefits visit http://bit.ly/1gYGAmP.
And while these behind-the-scene Prestige perks make banking easier, the ones that make life a little sweeter are truly worth celebrating with a glass of bubbly.
Had one too many? No problem. Standard Bank’s ‘Take Me Home’ is a free driver service that ensures you (and a maximum of two additional passengers) get home safely after a big night out.
Not sure where to go for that night on the town? That’s where Standard Bank’s ‘Concierge Desk’ comes in. From restaurant reservations to service provider quotes, a team of efficient consultants will make bookings and enquiries so you can focus on the bigger picture.
If that involves a trip to the airport then take advantage of Standard Bank’s ‘Airport Parking’ at OR Tambo International and Cape Town International. Meet-and-greet services, discounted long-term parking and valet services make any journey memorable. Once through the gates, relax in style at our domestic and international ‘BIDVest Premiere Lounges’. Now that’s Prestige.
To take advantage of these value-added services call 0861 111 713 or visit http://value.standardbank.co.za/.
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