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Emirates Skywards launches mobile travel app Emirates Skywards GO with the Entertainer


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Emirates Skywards, the loyalty program of Emirates airline, has partnered with the Entertainer to launch its own Emirates Skywards GO app for members. The app is a mobile travel companion that offers members access to over 4,400 2-for-1 offers at some of the best restaurants and spas in over 20 cities.

In addition to value for money offers, Emirates Skywards GO gives members access to day planners, city guides and the ability to instantly book tours and attractions in over 160 destinations. The app is free to download on iOS or Android devices.

The 2-for-1 offers can be unlocked with 6,700 Skywards Miles and are available in over 20 cities that Emirates flies to including Dubai, London, Hong Kong and Johannesburg.

 Members of the loyalty programme can use Emirates Skywards GO as a travel companion. After unlocking the app, members will have six months to start using the 2-for-1 vouchers. After redeeming the first voucher, they will have 30 days to enjoy as many offers as they would like. The special deals include restaurants, cafes, spas and wellness activities.

Emirates Skywards GO complements the Emirates app where members can check their Miles, tier status and other member offers in the revamped Emirates Skywards section.


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