Return of the My Emirates Pass
The My Emirates Pass is back! This offer turns an Emirates boarding pass into an exclusive card that business travellers can use to get special offers and discounts of up to 50% on more than 500 leisure destinations in the United Arab Emirates. The pass allows Emirates travellers flying to or via Dubai until 31 March 2020 to see more of the city during their stopover or business trip – at a great discount. It includes the country’s spectacular water parks, luxurious wellness centres and impressive shopping malls.
Discover your business destination at a discount
With the My Emirates Pass, travellers enjoy discounts of up to 30% on popular shops and international fashion brands; experience unforgettable culinary experiences with discounts of up to 50% on food outlets; discover outdoor adventures with discounts of up to 50% on leisure activities; and end their business trip with a relaxing spa treatment with discounts of up to 50% in world-class hotels.
To discover the special benefits of the My Emirates Pass, travellers can show their Emirates boarding pass and a valid proof of identity at participating points of sale. To see the offers available, click here.
Be inspired in Dubai
“We’re happy to reintroduce the My Emirates Pass this winter,” says Mohammad Al Hashimi, Vice President Commercial Products Dubai at Emirates. “Travellers visiting Dubai can explore the city while enjoying these unique offers. As the fourth most visited city in the world and with its constantly growing list of tourist attractions and entertainment opportunities, Dubai is becoming an increasingly popular destination among travellers.”
Emirates is the world’s largest international airline with a global network of 159 destinations in 85 countries on six continents, including 16 cargo destinations. Emirates has 269 modern aircraft and is the world’s largest operator of Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft. Emirates operates the A380 on 14 weekly flights from Amsterdam to Dubai and the Boeing-777 on five weekly flights.
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