Team shortlist31 May 2017 AT 03:44 PM

You can use your Emirates boarding pass as a discount card

The airline is offering up to 40 percent discount on 120 services to all passengers flying to Dubai
Team shortlist31 May 2017 AT 03:44 PM
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UAE, Dubai, Travel, Emirates
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If you have family or friends coming over this summer or are thinking of bringing them over, you might want to book their flight to Dubai with Emirates.

From June 1 to August 31, all passengers who fly to Dubai with the airline will be able to use their boarding pass as a discount card, in a promotion called “My Emirates Pass”.

The pass can be used for discounts on 120 services including spa treatments, dining and leisure activities.

If your friends are foodies, you can take to venues like Indie DIFC, Tribes and The Meat Co and pay up to 30 percent less.

There are plenty of activities that you can get up to 20 percent at places like the region’s only indoor ski resort, Ski Dubai, indoor skydiving at IFLY or even Dubai Parks and Resorts and pay up to 20 percent less.

After you've done that, head to the spa. Some of the spa specials on offer include 40 percent off all treatments at Marriott Hotel Al Jaddaf Saray Spa, 30 percent off your total bill at the Taj’s Jiva Spa and 20 percent off all spa treatments at Le Méridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre’s Natural Elements.

Click here, to see all of the My Emirates Pass offers.

To redeem said discounts, all your guests need to do is keep their boarding pass and present a valid form of ID to the cashier or ticket salesmen at the venue.

Right, now that we’ve got their activities out the way, let’s have a quick GIF rundown of how their trip is going to go down…

When they arrive….

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Your reaction when they almost throw away their boarding pass…

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When they see the Burj Khalifa…

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When they visit The Dubai Mall for the first time...

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When you take them to Dubai Parks and Resorts…

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Revitalising after spending several hours at a theme park…

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Arguing over which restaurant to go to...

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When the food arrives...

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When you realise that they have to leave soon...

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When they leave... 

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When you realise that you have to do it all again when your cousins arrive in five days.. 

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