Get Egg-citing Rewards from Saradar Bank this Easter!

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This Spring, Saradar Bank customers are all invited to an exciting egg hunt!

Yes, you heard me, an egg hunt.

Maybe you’ve never been on an Easter egg hunt when you were younger, but surely you’ve heard of this tradition. Think how exciting it must feel for a child to run through a garden or the woods and look for brightly-colored hard-boiled eggs. Of course, it helps that Easter and egg hunts usually mark the beginning of Spring when the sun is finally back and you can enjoy the outdoors again.

Sure, we’re all adults now and very few of us have time to go in the woods. Besides, it’s 2019, and these days we do everything differently.

So it should come as no surprise to you that Saradar Bank’s egg hunt will be digital! You won’t even have to leave your seat.

Wait, what about the eggs? They’re digital too, and they’re so much better than a hard-boiled egg.


Go get those eggs!

From April 18 to 29, 2019, all you have to do is log on to your Saradar Bank mobile app.

What do you mean you haven’t downloaded the app yet?

Well, now is the perfect time. Check out the cool features we have for you on the Saradar Bank mobile banking app and download it for your Android or iOS device.

Are you in? Good. Did you notice the egg-hunt announcement on the website homepage? That means you’re halfway there.

We’ve hidden 5 floating eggs in different sections of the app. When you find the 5 eggs, you’ll earn 50 points/miles on your Saradar Bank 'Live Rewards' account! That’s right, you will have earned 50 points/miles!

If you’re not a member of Saradar Bank 'Live Rewards' program, now is the perfect time to change that. Apply for a Saradar Bank card today and get enrolled in the loyalty program – you’ll earn a welcome bonus of 2,000 points/miles.

2,000 + 50 points/miles. That’s hard to resist.

And if you still need convincing, check out our rewards here.


Did you know?

The first egg hunt dates back to pre-Christian Germany.

The word "Easter" in English comes from Eostre, a Germanic goddess of springtime who was associated with rabbits (known for their fertility) – and who were thought to lay eggs (yes, that’s the origin of the Easter Bunny).

For early Germanic cultures, Eostre and her egg-laying rabbits announced the beginning of spring.


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