Luis Miguel’s pre-sale with Santander has generated hilarious reactions

Luis Miguel’s pre-sale with Santander has generated hilarious reactions. Photo: Video capture Tiktok via Meanaruso and Getty Images

For years Citibanamex has offered its customers pre-sale benefits at major concerts in Mexico, so the announcement that tickets will be sold through Santander for Luis Miguel’s return to the stage came as a surprise to everyone. Funny from people.

Next May 16th and 17th cardholders will be able to purchase tickets for the Luis Miguel Tour 2023, and on May 15th there will be a VIP pre-sale for cardholders: Santander World Elite, Black Unlimited, Fiesta Rewards Platinum, Visa Infinite, Legacy, Aeromexico Platinum and Aeromexico Infinite. .

The newspaper El Universal reported that the number of customers tripled after the same bank announced, “Our current customers are very happy to have this long-awaited pre-sale.”

There are many reactions from Santander users on TikTok who are now appreciating that they have this advantage. For example, some users used the audio: “Many times I asked you one thing, poor man, many times. I vomited bile for you, my hair fell out for you”, videos of Christian Martinoli, in which they kiss their covers.

Others expressed their grief with Espinoza Paz’s song ‘El Ultimo Viernes’, for bank executives turning them down when they offered loans with messages like: “I’m with the people from Santander now. Pick up the phone on them.”

Others have mocked the stance Santander has now taken against those who rejected them.

Citibanamex users have also joked about their pain:

According to a study by polling firm YouGov that measured Mexicans’ trust in banking institutions, BBVA Bancomer was the top bank, followed by Citibanamex, Banorte and Santander.

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On the other hand, the National Banking and Security Commission (CNBV), which is in charge of regulating the Mexican financial system, according to their assets in millions of pesos, the largest banks: BBVA México, Santander and Banamex.

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