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Etihad Guest and Al Hilal Bank launch visa credit card

Posted 27 June 2019 · Add Comment

Etihad Guest, the loyalty programme of Etihad Airways, and Al Hilal Bank, have partnered to launch Al Hilal Bank Etihad Guest Visa credit card in the UAE.

 

The programme offers UAE residents an attractive package of benefits including Silver or Gold Etihad Guest Tier Status with the first swipe of the card.

Al Hilal Bank Etihad Guest Visa Credit Cards are available in Platinum, Signature and Infinite variants and offer a vast range of travel benefits, with a sign-up bonus of up to 60,000 Etihad Guest Miles, which could be redeemed for a return flight from Abu Dhabi to Etihad destinations such as Bangkok, Cairo, Frankfurt or Seychelles. Guests will receive 15 per cent miles back when booking a reward flight using their miles, and an annual bonus of up to 40,000 miles will ensure members are rewarded on an ongoing basis.

Yasser Al Yousuf, vice president commercial partnerships, Etihad Aviation Group, said: “Our partnership with Al Hilal Bank and Visa provides our members with the opportunity to earn Etihad Guest Miles on their daily spends from the first transaction on this new credit card. Al Hilal Bank Etihad Guest Visa card users can choose to access a host of exclusive travel benefits, discounts and rewards to complement their lifestyle.”

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