Dubai’s RTA, Emaar team up to offer discounts

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Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and the Emaar group have teamed up to offer Dubai metro users discounts.

As part of the deal, visitors using the metro can experience the 360 degree views from At the Top, Burj Khalifa (levels 125 and 124) for AED75 ($20.42) per person instead of AED141($38.39).

Metro users will also receive a 50% off on all Emaar Entertainment attractions including the explorer plus ticket at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Ice Golf at Dubai Ice Rink, any Dolby Cinema experience at Reel Cinemas and double their credit on a minimum AED100 ($27.22) spend at VR Theme Park.

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In addition to that, visitors will receive a 30% discount from over 50 F&B outlets at The Dubai Mall. Also on offer at half price are the front of house tours of Dubai Opera.

To receive these offers Dubai Metro users have to collect the vouchers at the station and present them at the ticket counters of their chosen leisure destination.

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