Emirates Airline launches Skywards Exclusives

Members of Emirates Skywards can access sporting events, performances, concerts, VIP hospitality and other experiences through Skywards Miles

Members can redeem Skywards Miles to buy tickets or bid for exclusive VIP hospitality across 11 sports
Members can redeem Skywards Miles to buy tickets or bid for exclusive VIP hospitality across 11 sports

Emirates Skywards has launched Skywards Exclusives, an airline loyalty initiative that offers experiences from Emirates’ sponsorships portfolio.

Members of Emirates Skywards can access sporting events, performances, concerts, VIP hospitality and other experiences globally through Skywards Miles.

Members can redeem Skywards Miles to buy tickets or bid for exclusive VIP hospitality across 11 sports – from football, motorsports, rugby, cricket, baseball, tennis, and Australian Rules football to golf, horseracing, sailing and cycling.

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Speaking about this, Dr Nejib Ben Khedher, divisional senior vice president Skywards said: “Through Skywards Exclusives, we’re making our sponsorships far more accessible to our 25+ million members, who can redeem their miles and travel globally to experience the excitement and the euphoria of being at a concert or a game, even bidding for our lavish hospitality.”

Members can buy or bid on exclusives.skywards.com or on the Emirates App.

Tickets are currently up for grabs for around 10 matches, ranging from football to golf and rugby. Auctions have an open format, allowing members to see the current highest bid, how many bidders are participating and other relevant information.

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