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Gulf Bank exciting 2015 start with Al Danah 1 million dinar draw
January 8, 2015, 3:25 pm

Gulf Bank’s Al Danah draw has enthralled the public over the years and is set to make an even bigger impact in 2015. The upcoming 1 Million Dinar Al Danah draw will take place at the Grand Avenue on Thursday, 8 January 2015 at 6:30 pm, where an exciting event will be hosted by a surprise guest of honor.

The highly anticipated 1 Million Dinar Al Danah draw, where one lucky winner will be announced, will be held with the presence of a representative from the Ministry of Commerce. Two additional winners will be announced; that being the winner of the KD250, 000 cash prize along with the winner of the KD50, 000 cash prize respectively. As the exciting event progresses throughout the evening, the Bank will also unveil to the audience the Al Danah draw line-up for 2015.

Every Al Danah account holder with a minimum of KD200 maintained in their account before the closing date is eligible and automatically entered into the Al Danah draws. The conditions of opening an Al Danah account are very simple as no salary transfer is required. Minors require their parents or their legal guardian to open the account on their behalf.

Al Danah also offers a number of unique services including the Al Danah Deposit Only ATM card, which helps account holders deposit their money at their convenience; as well as the Al Danah online calculator to help customers calculate their chances of becoming an Al Danah winner. The Al Danah account additionally provides loyalty chances, in which all chances customers accrued in the previous year are added to that of the following year; therefore, the total chances an existing customer had at the end of 2014 will be added to his/her 2015 chances.  

For further information, customers are advised to visit one of Gulf Bank’s 58 branches or call the Customer Contact Center on 1805805 or log on to for more information about the event and Al Danah.

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