Exclusive Offer to Visa Cardholders from Ardshinbank


Ardshinbank and Visa International Payment and Setllement System offer individual Visa cardholders to get exclusive rewards on non-cash transactions from June 15 to September 15.

Rewards will go to those cardholders who will be the first to exceed the minimum threshold limits for non-cash transactions defined by the Bank.


Card type

Minimum number of non-cash transactions per month Minimum amount of non-cash transactions per month Reward
Classic 6 AMD 100 000 AMD 60000՝

to first 5 customers

AMD 45000՝

to second 5 customers

AMD 30000՝

to third 5 customers

Premium 10 AMD 200 000 AMD 200.000՝

to first 5 customers

AMD 100.000՝

to second 5 customers

AMD 70.000՝

to third 5 customers

* Within the framework of this campaign, utility payments made via Internet or ATMs, card to card transfers, inter-bank and intra-bank transfers to RA and non-RA banks are not considered as non-cash transactions.

Transactions are made in Armenian drams. Rewards are subject to taxation in the manner and amount established by the tax legislation of the Republic of Armenia. In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Armenia, the bank as a tax agent pays taxes to cardholders, as well to the state budget of the Republic of Armenia.


Ardshinbank is one of the leaders in all key financial indicators of the RA banking system. It is the only private entity in Armenia that has issued euro bonds in international capital markets. Ardshinbank has assigned ratings from two international major rating agencies (Moody’s and Fitch) equal to the rating of sovereign. The Banker, a publication owned by the Financial Times Group, named Ardshinbank as “Bank of the Year in Armenia for 2018”.

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