Emirates Skywards' members can now earn miles by shopping

Miles earned can be redeemed for flights on Emirates, flydubai and other partner airlines

Skywards Platinum and Gold members will also enjoy access to exclusive by-appointment VIP lounges at select Villages.
Skywards Platinum and Gold members will also enjoy access to exclusive by-appointment VIP lounges at select Villages.

Members of Emirates and Fly Dubai’s loyalty programme Emirates Skywards can now use travel and shopping spends to earn Skywards Miles.

According to the new offer, miles earned can be redeemed for flights on Emirates, flydubai and other partner airlines.

Members who shop at 1,300 boutiques across the Bicester Village Shopping Collection in Europe and China, will earn 1 Skywards Mile for every EUR 1, GBP 1 or RMB 10 spent at any of the villages.

Skywards Platinum and Gold members will also enjoy access to exclusive by-appointment VIP lounges at select Villages.

Previously, Marriott International and Emirates announced the relaunch of Your World Rewards, a partnership between Marriott Bonvoy and Emirates Skywards

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