Minimum Balance Required Annual Return Features
SABB - Al Ruwaad Account SABB - Al Ruwaad Account Minimum Balance Required: SAR 30,000 Annual Return: 0% Features: Free Cheque Book, Bank Statement, Free Monthly Statements
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There’s more rewards from having a Al Ruwaad Bank Account. Don’t delay, and apply for a Al Ruwaad Bank account today to start benefiting from the benefits below:

  • Get a free SAB Titanium MasterCard Credit Card with no annual fees for the first year and access to SAB's leading ICSAB+ loyalty programme.
  • Access attractive special offers and promotions with SAB retail partners exclusively for Al Ruwaad customers.
  • Free automated priority branch service with the specially designed Al Ruwaad ATM card.
  • Free Supplementary Credit Cards for family.
  • Free account statement.
  • Access to Wealth Management services in conjunction with our partner, Alawwal Invest.
  • 24 hours access to SAB MobileSAB Phone (Customer Service Centre) and SAB Online (Internet Banking).
  • Free cheque book.
  • Special discount on safe deposit lockers.

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