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Experience Dubai in a different light this summer with My Emirates Pass


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  • Emirates’ signature pass returns for the summer, offering discounts and special offers acrossmore than 500 locations in the UAE

Emirates customers can unlock the best Dubai has to offer for less this summer with the return of My Emirates Pass – an offer that turns an Emirates boarding pass into an exclusive membership card providing travellers special benefits and discounts of up to 50% off in more than 500 leisure and retail outlet locations across the UAE. 

Emirates passengers flying to and through Dubai between 1 May and 31 August can take advantage of My Emirates Pass by simply presenting their boarding pass and a valid form of identification in any of the participating outlets. UAE residents and nationals returning back home to Dubai during this time can also benefit from the fantastic offers using My Emirates Pass. 

The exclusive pass allows customers to redeem up to 50% off in over 400 fine dining restaurants, luxury wellness treatments in almost 50 spas and leisure activities such as indoor skiing and water amusement parks. Customers can also take advantage and redeem up to 30% off at international retail outlets including popular fashion and fitness brands. 

The Emirates Pass allows visitors to access the amazing breadth and depth of Dubai’s remarkable dining, attractions and shopping scene and a great resource for experiencing everything the city has to offer. 

Emirates Vice President, Commercial Products Dubai Mohammad Al Hashimi said: “The Emirates Pass puts Dubai’s ever-growing list of attractions and experiences at our customers’ fingertips. Whether they are here for a week or weekend, there is something for everyone to experience and see – for less.”

Dubai is an ideal stopover and holiday destination for families and solo travellers. Visitors to Dubai will be awed by the eclectic buildings, iconic landmarks, world-class shopping and delicious international cuisine.

Emirates connects its passengers to more than 150 destinations, in 86 countries, across six continents via a seamless stopover in Dubai. Passengers travelling in all classes can enjoy regionally inspired meals, 4,000 entertainment channels on ice – the airline’s award winning in-flight entertainment system – and up to 20MB complementary Wi-Fi to stay connected with friends and family during the flight.

For more information on Emirates, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions for this offer, visit www.emirates.com.

 


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