Showing 6 results of Bank of Ceylon Credit Cards in Sri Lanka. Rates last updated August 4th, 2018.

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  • Interest Rate (p.a.)

BOC Visa Platinum Credit Card Bank of Ceylon BOC Visa Platinum Credit Card

  • Type

    Visa Card Logo in Sri Lanka
  • Joining Fee

    1,500
  • Annual Fee

    3,000
  • Min. Salary

    100,000
  • Min. CreditLimit

    250,000
  • Interest Rate(p.a.)

    28%
  • Apply Now

BOC Visa Gold Card Bank of Ceylon BOC Visa Gold  Card

  • Type

    Visa Card Logo in Sri Lanka
  • Joining Fee

    1,500
  • Annual Fee

    2,000
  • Min. Salary

    30,000
  • Min. CreditLimit

    50,000
  • Interest Rate(p.a.)

    28%
  • Apply Now

BOC Master Gold Card Bank of Ceylon BOC Master Gold Card

  • Type

    Master Card Logo in Sri Lanka
  • Joining Fee

    1,500
  • Annual Fee

    2,000
  • Min. Salary

    30,000
  • Min. CreditLimit

    50,000
  • Interest Rate(p.a.)

    28%
  • Apply Now

BOC Visa Classic Card Bank of Ceylon BOC Visa Classic Card

  • Type

    Visa Card Logo in Sri Lanka
  • Joining Fee

    1,000
  • Annual Fee

    1,000
  • Min. Salary

    15,000
  • Min. CreditLimit

    50,000
  • Interest Rate(p.a.)

    28%
  • Apply Now

BOC Master Classic Card Bank of Ceylon BOC Master Classic Card

  • Type

    Master Card Logo in Sri Lanka
  • Joining Fee

    1,000
  • Annual Fee

    1,000
  • Min. Salary

    15,000
  • Min. CreditLimit

    50,000
  • Interest Rate(p.a.)

    28%
  • Apply Now

BOC Master Titanium Card Bank of Ceylon BOC Master Titanium Card

  • Type

    Visa Card Logo in Sri Lanka
  • Joining Fee

    1,500
  • Annual Fee

    2,000
  • Min. Salary

    20,000
  • Min. CreditLimit

    50,000
  • Interest Rate(p.a.)

    28%
  • Apply Now

* Credit cards compared on this page are chosen from a range of credit cards five.lk has access to track details from and is not representative of all the products available in the market.  Products are displayed in no particular order or ranking. You must consider seeking independent financial advice and consider your own personal financial circumstances when comparing cards.


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