Atlantis dinner, At the Top Burj Khalifa rewards for UAE workers
UAE-based Xpress Money launches 'Experiential Rewards' campaign for workers, offering a dinner at Atlantis or a visit to At the Top - Burj Khalifa.
Xpress Money, the world's most dependable money transfer brand, has kick-started an 'experiential' reward programme in the UAE that offers customers a grand treat. This programme offers unique experiences such as a dinner at the Atlantis Hotel or a visit to At the Top- Burj Khalifa.
Last week, few Xpress Money customers who hold Xpress Money Rewards card selected to enjoy the grand treat - a dinner with their loved ones at The Atlantis Hotel- Dubai
On this special initiative, Mr. Ashwin Gedam, Head - Global Marketing, Xpress Money, said, "Many of our expatriate customers remit up to 85-90% of their earnings to their families back home. Thus, they are left with very little money to spend on themselves. As a corporate that deeply cares for its customers, we decided to bring cheer into their lives through this initiative."
This programme follows the successful launch of the Xpress Money's Rewards Programme in August 2015 that provided customers with guaranteed cashback on every remittance and various other benefits.
Customers, who enroll for this reward programme, get an instant cashback of Dh5 on their first transaction and an Dh2 cashback on all subsequent transactions. Xpress Money customers will additionally get Dh1 on every referral.
Going forward, Xpress Money will enhance the 'experiential' reward programme by adding more exotic treats to its bouquet.
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