Huge savings at top restaurants for Emirates flyers

Your boarding pass is your ticket to the best dining destinations

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Flying with Emirates? Make sure you keep your boarding pass.

The airline is extending its ‘My Emirates Pass’ to Dubai this winter, meaning that your boarding pass also doubles up as an exclusive membership card giving you offers and discounts across the city.

Passengers flying to or through Dubai from now until March 31, 2018, can take advantage of a range of offers at Dubai’s best dining and leisure destinations, including Atlantis The Palm, Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Emirates Towers.

All you will need to do is flash your boarding pass and show valid ID for special discounts at more than 250 world-class restaurants.

You can also get visit some of Dubai’s best attractions for a fraction of the price, too. Discounts extend to a range of leisure activities including visits to championship golf courses, thrilling theme parks or luxury spas across the city.

Mohammad Al Hashimi, Vice President, Commercial Products Dubai, Emirates airline, said, “Dubai is one of the world’s most vibrant cities, with a diverse range of experiences to suit everyone and keep travellers returning time and time again. This year, we’ve doubled the number of partners in the My Emirates Pass programme to give our customers more options and even better value on their visit. Whether it’s your first time in Dubai or a return trip, there is always something new to explore.”

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