New loyalty card offers savings at UAE restaurants

Slashed prices at 400 outlets with Majid Al Futtaim Finance initiative

UAE diners will receive up to 30 percent food discount
UAE diners will receive up to 30 percent food discount

A new dining loyalty card has been set up by Majid Al Futtaim Finance to offer discounts and deals at more than 400 restaurants in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.

The loyalty programme is called 'Najm Just Dine' and is the first of its kind for Najm card holders.

Just Dine holders will also be able to use a dedicated table reservation system, a paperless concept with the virtual dining card, and the Najm Just Dine mobile application, which gives users the ability to download information on restaurants and deals on-the-go.

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Additionally, Najm Just Dine loyalty program offers diners further value-added discounts and special offers at participating restaurants.

Membership for Najm Just Dine is easy and existing Najm Card holders are automatically registered, free of cost.

Over AED 10 million is spent on dining annually in the UAE.
 

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