Moonshine launches in the UAE

The new subscription-based app partners with nightlife venues to offer subscribers their first beverage on the house

Moonshine has launched in the UAE.
Moonshine has launched in the UAE.

Moonshine has launched in the UAE.

The subscription-based app which is available and free to download on iOS and Android, teams up with nightlife establishments across town to create opportunities for guests to visit and enjoy a complimentary beverage every night.

The app is aimed at informing subscribers about new offers in venues across the country. A variety of outlets have partnered with MOONSHINE, ranging from high-end to neighborhood hangouts.

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For the price of one beverage per month AED49 (US$13), Moonshine offers a selection of venues to avail free beverages including Lucky Voice, Rock Bottom Café, Cavalli Club & Restaurant, Cirque le Soir, Sass Café and Bazxar.

Moonshine executive director and co-founder Sylvia Youssef said in a statement: “We are very excited to have launched this app, as we saw a need for venues to distinguish themselves in the market and to create a unique proposition for guests to attend. On the flipside, Dubai’s social residents would love to try new places and are now, more than ever, looking for incentives. Moonshine marries both those needs and both parties benefit from the opportunity. That’s the primary goal of Moonshine, connecting people to venues and venues to people.”

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