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Valid for booking until the 20th October

Emirates and HSBC team up to give passengers discounted fares

Emirates and HSBC have teamed up to offer their customers some exciting savings. All HSBC Premier, Platinum and Gold customers in the UAE are now eligible to take advantage of an exclusive five per cent discount, on all Economy Class ticket fares. With nearly 100 destinations on six continents to choose from, customers can escape the rigours of daily life and jet off on a vacation to some of the world’s most exciting and breathtaking destinations.
Valid for booking until the 20th October, for travel on or before 31st December 2009, the Emirates HSBC discount offer is only applicable for online bookings, made with a valid HSBC Premier, Platinum or Gold credit card.
Khalid bel Jaflah, Emirates’ Vice President Commercial UAE said: “Emirates is constantly looking to provide our customers with interesting new offers. The new Emirates HSBC discount offer is a great example of Emirates working with valued external partners to create exclusive benefits for customers in the UAE.
“In the current financial climate Emirates continues to look at ways to reduce costs for our passengers. With so many destinations on the Emirates network to chose from, we want our customers to have the opportunity to see and do it all.”
Mustafa Ramzi, Head of Cards, UAE, HSBC Bank Middle East Limited said: “Travel rewards are an inherent part of the HSBC Credit Card’s proposition supporting our cardholders’ global lifestyle. Our cardholders are both value conscious and brand-conscious and our enhanced offers, like the one with Emirates, aim to support the cardholder’s increasingly active lifestyle and personality. HSBC credit cards are a ticket to experience life all over again.”

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