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|Subject||Gangdong-gu and Gangdong Sarang Gift Certificate are sold at a &amp;quot;10% special discount&amp;quot; worth 14 billion won.|
From 1pm on the 26th...You can buy up to 700,000 won per person.
Gangdong-gu, Seoul ( Mayor Lee Jung-hun) will sell Gangdong Love Gift Certificates at a special discount of 10 percent from 1 p.m. on the 26th.
According to the district on the 25th, Gangdong Sarang Gift Certificates, which will be issued starting this year, can only be purchased and used in four apps: Seoul Pay+, T-Money Pay, Shinhan Sol, and Money Tree.
Purchases can be made only by installing a designated exclusive app on a mobile phone in your name and signing up as a member. Regardless of the residential area, anyone can purchase it at a 10% discount within the limit of 700,000 won per person, and hold up to 2 million won.
If you want to purchase Gangdong Sarang gift certificates, which could only be purchased by cash payment or account transfer, with a check card or credit card, you can use the Seoul Pay+ app, a new exclusive app. However, it is only available with Shinhan Card and there is no separate fee for card purchase.
If the Gangdong Sarang gift certificate purchased last year still remains, you can transfer or use the remaining amount to the new app through the Transfer function by the end of February. Even if it has not been transferred, it will be automatically transferred to a new app after March.
I hope Gangdong Sarang Gift Certificate, which has been loved a lot over the past two years, will be effective in reducing the burden on households preparing for the Lunar New Year holiday and increasing sales of small business owners. The Mayor Lee Jung-hun said, "We will continue to do our best to support small business owners and revitalize the local economy."