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The Ultimate Buffet Experience at Vikings with Citi Credit Card

Citi Credit Card celebrates its 25th anniversary by offering a lot of rewards for its loyal clients, and it has also partnered with Vikings Luxury Buffet, the country's largest non-hotel buffet restaurant.





From today till September 30, 2015, Citi is giving a 25% discount if you dine with a group of 5 or more adults using your Citi Credit Card.

Vikings Luxury Buffet has a wide-array of sumptuous selection of local and international dishes especially prepared by a team of world-class chefs. Participating Vikings branches are: SM Jazz Mall Makati, SM Marikina, SM City BF Paranaque, and SM Davao.




"In line with our 25th anniversary, we're putting the spotlight on the Filipino's innate love for enjoying hearty meals with family and loved ones. We can't think of a better way to reward our cardholders than by treating them to an irresistible offer at one of the country's most-loved buffet dining destinations," says David Stoughton, Credit Payment Products Director for Citi.




"It is a privilege to tie up with the country's leading foreign bank Citi, which shares the same trust in providing rewarding dining offers to its customers, in the same luxurious manner as we do. This partnership brings a lot of opportunities for us to reach to a wider market and offer our wide variety of delectable dishes from around the globe. Apart from offering great food, we take pride in providing top-of-the-line service and fine ambience, ensuring that every guest is having a delightful experience in our restaurant," says Vikings Marketing Director Charles Lee.





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