29/11/2017 10:20 AST

Emirates Islamic, one of the leading Islamic financial institutions in the UAE, has announced the launch of a new savings campaign that will allow customers to earn up to 200,000 bonus Skywards Miles.

From November 5 – December 31, 2017, new and existing customers of Emirates Islamic’s Kunooz Savings, Super Savings, and Child Savings accounts will have the opportunity to earn 10,000 Skywards Miles with each incremental deposit of AED 100,000, in addition to the regular benefits of these accounts. Skywards Miles can be redeemed for booking flights with Emirates Airline, seat upgrades and a range of other travel services and benefits.

Eligible savings accounts include Kunooz Savings Account, the Bank’s award-winning account, offering customers a monthly grand prize of AED 1 million or an apartment or a luxury car, along with 3 daily prizes of AED 5,000. The Child Savings Account is a free account with higher profit rates and a special gift on account opening. The Super Savings Account is a unique savings account which provides customers with high returns and Skywards Miles on their deposits.

Commenting on the new campaign, Wasim Saifi, Deputy CEO, Consumer Banking and Wealth Management at Emirates Islamic said: “Exploring new destinations and travelling the globe has become an intrinsic part of people’s lifestyle today. We are extremely pleased to launch this campaign to our customers in the UAE, which encourages the culture of saving for the future, and at the same time rewarding them with Skywards Miles to fulfil their travel needs. At Emirates Islamic, we continuously strive to raise awareness on financial wellbeing in the community and to reward those who save; and I am sure that this campaign will be received favourably across the country.”

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