“I SAVE & I WIN” promotion from National Bonds

The new promotion ‘I save, I win’ announced by National Bonds gives away exciting prizes including Blackberrys,  iPhone,  iPads, Gold Coins and Gold Bars with a grand draw for 1 Kilo gold in addition to the regular weekly draws for bonds which is cashable immediately . National Bonds is the sharia compliant national savings scheme of the UAE that provides a profit based annual returns besides weekly prize draws!

The promotion runs from 5th May to 31st July 2010. There will be three draws for this promotion prizes on 29th May  and 26th June  and 31st July 2010. The grand draw for 1 kilo of gold will be on 31st July 2010. There will be a total of 163 prizes comprising Blackberry 9700 (30 numbers), iPhone  16GB (30 numbers), iPad – 16GB (60),  30 grams gold coins (30) and 100 grams Gold Bars (12) to be given away in three draws plus 1 kilo gold in grand draw.

To be eligible for the draw for Blackberry and iPhone, there should have a minimum savings in bonds of AED 1,000, for iPad AED 5,000, for 30 grams gold coins AED 10,000 and for 100 grams gold Bars AED 15,000 and for the grand draw of 1 kilo gold, minimum savings required is AED 25,000.

Prizes can be exchanged for National Bonds Savings certificates at the same value of the prizes.

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2 thoughts on ““I SAVE & I WIN” promotion from National Bonds”

  1. Nice, I am 27 myself.I have $100k in my 401k at work and own a home. I don’t have much in my sangivs $5k and only carry around $300 in my checking.I’m current going to school part-time as well. Hopefully I will be graduating this Spring. I can honestly tell you I don’t know anyone my age in the same position I am in. Hopefully you are the one person that I have been looking for.Depending on where you want to go to school you don’t have to up and quit your job, In fact there are a lot of programs out there to help out part-time students. Hope Tax Credit is one. Plus most if not all your tuition and expenses are tax deductible as long as you are going for a degree in your field where you are currently working. Plus lots of time when your are in school there are employers who are willing to pay your tuition as well as work with your schedule so you don’t have to worry about additional school expenses and still maintain a full-time job. My employer pays for my tuition which is really nice, but for the first year I had to foot the bill. Then instead of getting a raise i asked for them to pay for my tuition, they get a nice write off and I get total tax free money. (actually i never get it, they pay the college, but you get the idea)Just get started part-time and you’ll see opportunitys pop up everywhere. The hardest part is getting started though. After that it only gets easier. Feel free to e-mail me for further information, investments, school, whatever. Always willing to help. Was this answer helpful?

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