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Scotiabank Costa Rica customers get 50% off meals Mondays and Wednesdays.
Scotiabank Costa Rica customers get 50% off meals Mondays and Wednesdays.

QCR – Customers of Scotiabank and Scotiabank Transformándose (Citi) can get a 50% discount when using their credit cards or debit cards at 15 San Jose area restaurants on Mondays and Wednesdays.

The list includes: El Caminito, Willis Momentum, JR Ribs, Tsunami Sushi, La Fonda Azteca, Pikeos, Le Chandelier, Tintos y Blancos, Vatel, Sushiban, Il Mediterraneo di Maurizio, Sash Libanés, Zócalo, Pane e Vino and Tumis House.

“It’s a great opportunity for our cardholders to take advantage of promotions offerd byboth banks. The maximum discount to be applied will be ¢130.000 (US$245) per transaction,” said Sylvia Castillo, manager of Cards and Loyalty Programs Scotiabank.

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The promo is valid until May 30, 2016.

More information is available at the Scotiabank website or local branches.

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