Emirates Islamic Bank launches summer credit cards campaign
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, May 30 - 2010 at 12:07
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Emirates Islamic Bank, one of the financial institutions in the region is running "take-off with up to 40, 000 bonus Skywards Miles" promotion this travel season. In addition to the various advantages and benefits of Skywards EIB credit card, new credit card holders will now earn introductory bonus of up to 40, 000 Skywards Miles.
While enjoying the ongoing value of earning up to 1 Skywards Mile per dirham on retail spend, customers will also benefit from other advantages such as complimentary roadside assistance; free car registration service, complimentary Golf Fee Card that offers the cardholder huge savings at golf courses and resorts around the world. It also entitles the holder to receive various retail offering at special prices at many renowned retail outlets across the globe and much more.
Mr. Faisal Aqil, General Manager Retail Banking at Emirates Islamic Bank said, "Being a customer centric & innovative bank, we like to be at the forefront of bringing exciting solutions to our customers. This promotion ensures that customers will not only avail of unique features of Skywards EIB credit card, but they can also redeem their joining bonus Skywards miles against airline tickets, upgrades, and other rewards. With the travel season ahead, this is an ideal time to offer our customers what could be a perfect start to their summer holidays."
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