International Bank of Qatar (ibq) has announced the sixth winner (January prize draw) as part of its rewards programme, thanq. Enrico D'Angelo , the winner, walked away with 100,000 thanq reward points that can be redeemed through the travel portal via ibq website to book travel with over 800 airlines, 160,000 hotels and car rental services worldwide. The thanq rewards programme offers customers the chance to earn reward points by using their ibq credit cards, maintaining a monthly current account balance, referring a friend to the bank and by taking loans and other ibq products and services. In addition to these rewards, each month, ibq customers who have used their credit or debit cards automatically enter into a draw with the chance to win 100,000 thanq reward points that can be redeemed online, towards two return airline tickets to any destination, including North America , Asia or Europe , or six return tickets to the Gulf region, or even six nights in a five-star hotel without restrictions or blackout dates. Andrew Ball , head of Retail Banking at ibq, said: "This is the sixth time we have had the pleasure to reward a winner of our thanq programme lucky draw. thanq is our way of saying thank you and to show our appreciation by providing our valued customers with unique and world-class rewards they really deserve." In addition to these benefits, ibq is running the thanq rewards double points promotion, valid through January 31 . The promotion entitles ibq credit cardholders travelling abroad to earn double reward points for all purchases made using their ibq credit cards outside Qatar .
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