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Citibank, MasterCard launches 2002 FIFA World Cup Card

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Citibank, MasterCard launches 2002 FIFA World Cup Card

Citibank and MasterCard have launched the Citibank MasterCard 2002 FIFA World Cup Card. The card will be valid internationally, and its launch is accompanied by a number of contests, which includes tickets to the FIFA World Cup matches as prizes.

According to company sources, there will be a `Score goals and go the FIFA World Cup' offer, till May 30, in which every Rs 500 spent on the card will be counted as a `goal' scored, and all customers with at least one goal will be eligible for a lucky draw for tickets to the FIFA World Cup.

MasterCard is an official sponsor and the official card of the 2002 FIFA World Cup, being held in Korea and Japan, in May-June 2002.

Source: Business Line


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