Emirates Skywards partners with Entertainer to launch new mobile app

Emirates Skywards GO can be unlocked by skywards members for 6,700 miles for access to 2-for-1 offers

Emirates Skywards partners with Entertainer to launch Emirates Skywards GO.
Emirates Skywards partners with Entertainer to launch Emirates Skywards GO.

Dubai-based rewards and engagement provider Entertainer has partnered up with emirates Skywards, Emirates Airline’s loyalty programme, to introduce Emirates Skywards GO, a new mobile app.

This partnership gives Emirates Skywards members access to Emirates Skywards GO, a mobile travel App companion that opens up new F&B and rewards and offers for its members.

The app is free to download and members can unlock the two-for-one F&B and spa offers with 6,700 Skyward Miles as well as travel accessories such as day planners, city guides, and instant booking of tours and attractions.

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Once unlocked, members have access to the free dining and leisure offers in 20 cities and can book tickets, plan itineraries and tours in over 169 destinations.

The access does come with some conditions. Members planning on a short vacation can have up to six months after unlocking the app to use the two-for-one offers. However, after redeeming the first offer, members have 30 days to access as many offers. After 30 days, they will have the option to renew the access for an additional 6,700 Skyward Miles.

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