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Emirates Islamic Skywards visa credit card launched

Emirates Islamic, a top Islamic financial institution in the UAE, and Emirates Skywards, the award winning loyalty programme of Emirates and flydubai, have launched Emirates Islamic Skywards Black Visa Credit Card.

The exclusive, co-branded credit card is designed to offer members an opportunity to earn more Miles with every purchase made.

Emirates Islamic Skywards Black Visa Credit Card holders can earn up to 3.5 Skywards Miles for every $ 1 spent. The exclusive credit card will also offer members fast-track enrolment to Emirates Skywards Gold Tier membership (upon spending AED 5,500 with Emirates), up to four complimentary airport transfers to and from Dubai International Airport, access to more than 1,000 airport lounges worldwide for the primary cardholder and guest, and 25% discount on Skywards “Buy Miles” and “Gift Miles.”

Farid Al Mulla, Deputy Head of Consumer Banking and Wealth Management at Emirates Islamic, said: “We are delighted to bring to

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Emirates Islamic enhances its partnership with Emirates Skywards to launch exclusive Emirates Islamic Skywards Black Visa Credit Card

Dubai, UAE:  Emirates Islamic, one of the leading Islamic financial institutions in the UAE, and Emirates Skywards, the award winning loyalty programme of Emirates and flydubai, have launched Emirates Islamic Skywards Black Visa Credit Card – an exclusive, co-branded credit card designed to offer members an opportunity to earn more Miles with every purchase made.

Emirates Islamic Skywards Black Visa Credit Card holders can earn up to 3.5 Skywards Miles for every USD$ 1 spent.* The exclusive credit card will also offer members fast-track enrolment to Emirates Skywards Gold Tier membership (upon spending AED 5,500 with Emirates), up to four complimentary airport transfers to and from Dubai International Airport, access to more than 1,000 airport lounges worldwide for the primary cardholder and guest, and 25% discount on Skywards “Buy Miles” and “Gift Miles.*”

“We are confident that the Emirates Islamic Skywards Black Visa Credit Card, with its unmatched value proposition,

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Emirates Skywards Launches World Elite Mastercard Credit Cards

Emirates Skywards World Elite Mastercards

Emirates is offering two cards that have the same rewards program, but different additional benefits and fees. Here’s a breakdown of the key features, including rewards, welcome bonus, added perks and fees.

Rewards

Both cards offer the same rewards program:

  • 3 Skywards miles for every dollar spent on eligible Emirates purchases
  • 2 Skywards miles for every dollar spent on eligible travel purchases, including airfare, hotel stays and car rentals
  • 1 Skywards mile for every dollar spent on all other purchases

This is comparable to other airline credit cards, like the Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express Card, which offers 3 miles per dollar spent on Delta purchases and at hotels, 2 miles per dollar spent at restaurants and at U.S. supermarkets, and 1 mile per dollar on all other eligible purchases.

Welcome bonus

You can benefit from earning bonus miles within the first few months of

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Emirates, the glitzy Middle Eastern mega-airline, is offering a credit card in the US for the first time as it scrabbles for revenue during the pandemic



a large passenger jet flying through a blue sky: FILE PHOTO: An Emirates passenger plane comes in to land at London's Heathrow airport Reuters


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FILE PHOTO: An Emirates passenger plane comes in to land at London’s Heathrow airport Reuters

  • Emirates, the glitzy Gulf airline that flies passengers all over the globe, announced its first co-branded credit cards in the US.
  • The cards earn Emirates Skywards miles on purchases, and offer a variety of perks to US-based travelers.
  • As travel demand remains near historic lows during the pandemic, the credit cards also offer Emirates a novel way to earn cash as it waits for ticket sales to pick back up.
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International travel is largely on hold right now, but Emirates hopes that travelers will use the downtime to pad their frequent flyer mile accounts — and help the airline make it through the pandemic.

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The airline on Monday announced its first co-branded credit cards in the US market, allowing US-based members of its Skywards

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