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HSBC adds Hotel DeBrett as HSBC Premier Rewards Partner

HSBC adds Hotel DeBrett as HSBC Premier Rewards Partner


HSBC is delighted to welcome Hotel DeBrett to its suite of HSBC Premier Rewards Partners. As the 11th partner, Hotel DeBrett will offer complimentary food and beverage vouchers and late check outs for HSBC Premier customers.


As a launch special for the month of August, HSBC Premier customers who book and stay in a suite for two consecutive weekend nights will receive a $100 food and beverage voucher to spend during their stay as well as a complimentary late check out. Then from September, customers can continue to receive a late check out, and also receive a $25 food and beverage voucher per night. The vouchers can be used at the award winning Kitchen Restaurant, at the Housebar, mini-bar and the guest drawing room honesty bar. The other HSBC Premier Rewards Partners already on board include:


• Singapore Airlines – additional luggage allowance of 10kgs • Deloitte – 25% off migrant tax services • Sudima Hotels – special rates or room upgrades • Ohtel – early check in, late check out and complimentary upgrade • Gorgeous Homes – 25% discount off an initial consultation or colour consultation • Man O’War – 10% off all online wine purchases • The Langham – complimentary glass of wine and an antipasto platter • Chuan Spa – Horizon and Wellness members can be treated to 2x 1 hour massages and lunch from the Chuan Spa cuisine menu • Desert Heart – 10% discount and free New Zealand delivery for online purchases • OSIM robotic massage chairs – 25% off the OSIM uDream robotic massage chair.


John Barclay, Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management, at HSBC New Zealand says: “With 7,500 offices in 87 countries and territories, HSBC specialises in customers with international banking needs. Which is why we are pleased to welcome highly acclaimed boutique accommodation, Hotel DeBrett, as a HSBC Premier Rewards Partner for all our clients who travel to Auckland or who are looking for a relaxing weekend in the city.”


“With the Rewards programme, we seek to provide our HSBC Premier customers with unique opportunities and our rewards Partners are proving to be a popular benefit customers really appreciate.”


With HSBC Premier, customers have a dedicated Relationship Manager who helps manage their daily banking requirements, and further to that, exclusive use of HSBC Premier’s business lounge facilities. They pay no fees on HSBC ATMs anywhere in the world and have access to instant emergency cash advances of US$2,000.


HSBC Premier Privileges are available to HSBC Premier customers only. To qualify for HSBC Premier, customers must either have a minimum combined home loans of $500,000 or $100,000 in savings and investments.

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