Here’s how to get discounts using your Nol card

Join the Nol Plus loyalty programme to get offers at restaurants and more

Here’s how to get discounts using your Nol card

Did you know that trusty Nol card of yours can be used for more than just getting on a bus or metro? Thanks to the Road and Transport Authority’s (RTA) Nol Plus programme, you could be getting yourself some discounts, too.

The loyalty service is based on a point system, which can be used for public transport fares, including the metro and taxis, paid parking zones, entering public parks and purchases from retail outlets that accept Nol cards.

Each dirham spent will get users one point, which can then be redeemed once they reach 500 points. Nol cardholders can reach a maximum of 5,000 points, so you better start spending them before you reach that limit.

Spend on what, you ask? A list of discounts that change on a regular basis, no less.

Once you’ve signed up, users can visit to see the all the discounts available, that range from 20 percent discounts at restaurants including London Fish and Chips, to offers on TV packages such as OSN. Be sure to keep an eye out for a good one.

The cards can also be used in a range of restaurants and coffee shops, petrol stations, pharmacies, supermarkets, stores and some clinics.

Personalised blue Nol cardholders can get one point for every dirham, while non-personalised silver cardholders can get one point for every two dirhams used.

There are many places throughout the city to rack up those points. In fact, there’s more than 5,000 locations, including public parks such as Al Mamzar Beach Park, Mushrif Park, Creek Park and Zabeel Park.

It’s time to start earning some points.

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