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Emirates passengers get exclusive pre- and post-cruise offers in Dubai

Emirates has extended its popular My Emirates Pass programme to passengers visiting Dubai this winter season.

Those flying to or through Dubai between 1 January and 31 March 2018 can take advantage of a range of offers at some of Dubai’s best known hotspots by simply showing their Emirates boarding pass and a valid form of identification.

The move makes special discounts at over 250 world class restaurants and hotel dining outlets in Dubai open to cruise tourists visiting the city during the 2017/18 Middle East cruise season out of Dubai, which runs from November to April each year.


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In addition to restaurants and hotel stays, offers are also available on a range of leisure activities including visits to championship golf courses, Dubai’s array of new theme parks or luxury spas across the city. To see all My Emirates Pass offers, please click here.

“This year, we’ve doubled the number of partners in the My Emirates Pass programme to give our customers more options and even better value on their visit. Whether it’s your first time in Dubai or a return trip, there is always something new to explore,” says Mohammad Al Hashimi, Vice President, Commercial Products Dubai, Emirates airline.

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Cruise tourists in Dubai flying with Emirates can use the My Emirates Pass to enjoy some of the city’s must-see places like Global Village – multi-cultural festival park and shopping destination – as well as theme parks such as Wild Wadi Waterpark and IMG World of Adventures.

With temperatures hovering between 20-25 degrees in the winter months, Dubai provides a great escape for visitors and according to Steven Young, Director of Port Services & Government Affairs for Carnival UK, it has one of the most appealing winter climates in the world for cruising.

Its year-round sunshine, world-class shopping and restaurants, stunning beaches and iconic buildings has made the city the primary cruise hub of the Middle East, home to four of the five cruise lines homeporting in the Arabian Gulf during the 2017/18 cruise season.

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