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Emirates Skywards partners with Careem

Posted 10 November 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates Skywards, has signed Careem as its latest partner.

Emirates Skywards is the only frequent flyer programme to offer both accrual and redemption opportunities with the region’s leading car booking app. 

The exclusive partnership provides Emirates Skywards members with even more affordable redemption opportunities within the travel space. Careem is one of the fastest growing companies in the region and is currently available in 9 countries. Members can accrue or redeem Skywards Miles when using Careem services in the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Pakistan, Kuwait and Morocco. 

Members can pre-book or request a car instantly via the Careem mobile app. To earn Skywards Miles, members must add their Emirates Skywards membership number to their Careem account, using the same name as their Emirates Skywards account. 1 Mile will be earned for every US$ 2 spent on Careem.

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