Qatar Airways Privilege Club unveils Eid shopping collection
June 14 2018 12:19 AM
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Qatar Airways’ Frequent Flyer programme, Privilege Club, has announced that it is giving its members an exclusive offer with its new Eid Shopping Collection.
Until June 28, Privilege Club members can take advantage of a 50% discount when using their Qmiles on select products at Qatar Duty Free (QDF), both at Hamad International Airport (HIA) and Oryx Galleria, in Doha.
For more information and full terms and conditions, one can visit: https://www.qatarairways.com/en/Privilege-Club/travel-and-service-offers/QDF-Eid-offer.html. Qatar Airways chief commercial officer Ehab Amin said, “Qatar Airways’ Privilege Club has firmly established itself as a leading frequent flyer reward programme, and we are delighted to offer our valued Privilege Club members with our special new Shopping Collection, just in time for the festive Eid holiday season.”
In March, Qatar Airways’ Privilege Club launched a refreshed brand identity, offering members a range of programme enhancements.
Privilege Club members can now do all their account activities online, including purchasing award tickets using Qmiles, nominating family members to join their membership account, updating personal profiles and requesting services, including cabin upgrades, excess baggage, date changes, refunds and more, the Doha-based carrier has said in a statement.
Qatar Airways Privilege Club was named the ‘Best Rewards Programme’ among airlines in the region at the seventh annual FlyerTalk awards 2018, for the second year in a row.
At the sixth annual FlyerTalk awards 2017, Privilege Club also won the ‘Outstanding Benefit’ award.
Qatar Airways currently operates a fleet of more than 200 aircraft via its hub, HIA, to more than 150 destinations worldwide.
Earlier this year, the airline revealed a host of forthcoming global destinations in line with its expedited expansion plan, including Tallinn, Estonia; Valletta, Malta; Langkawi, Malaysia; and Da Nang, Vietnam.



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