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Emirates Skywards adds The Wall Street Journal to list of partners

Posted 14 November 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates Skywards has signed on The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) as its latest partner­, enabling members to redeem Miles for an annual digital subscription to the world's leading source of business news.

This is the first time Emirates Skywards has partnered with a global publication to provide an annual digital membership, which will give Emirates Skywards members unlimited digital access to WSJ’s world-leading markets coverage and industry scoops. 

Emirates Skywards members, regardless of tier, can redeem an annual digital subscription to The Wall Street Journal for 20,000 Miles, while Platinum members can receive the same annual membership for free. All Emirates Skywards members opting in will be able to enjoy Wall Street Journal Plus (WSJ+), giving unique access to exclusive events and offers.

 

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