As part of this promotion, throughout July and August 2023, HKIA is giving three exciting offers to its HKairport Rewards members. These include discounts of up to 50% off, exclusive privileges, and a chance to win up to 2.5 million reward points.
New HKairport Rewards benefits
From now until August 16, new HKairport Rewards members will receive a HK$100 (US$13) welcome shopping voucher, redeemable when spending HK$300 (US$38) or more in a single transaction at designated retail outlets.
Furthermore, any electronic payments made at any airport shop, restaurant, HKairportShop.com, and self-ordering services during the promotion period, will earn double points. That means HKairport Rewards members will earn 2 points for every HK$1 spent, and up to a 12% rebate.
Members who complete their transaction with UnionPay can receive additional rewards of up to HK$600 (US$77) in e-Coupons.
In addition, every member who spends HK$100 (US$13) will receive one lottery chance to win 2.5 million HKairport Rewards points, equivalent to HK$150,000 (US$19,000) in airport e-Coupons. Each member can have up to ten opportunities to win.
HKIA 25th anniversary items
As part of HKIA’s anniversary celebrations, more than 30 merchants will offer exclusive dining and shopping discounts, in addition to limited-edition items including clothing, bags, skincare, wine, food, and lifestyle products.
HKIA will also join forces with assorted retailers, including Koi Kei Bakery, Kee Wah Bakery, and Sweet Dreams by Heinemann, to launch special-edition gifting products.
Travellers can choose from a selection of anniversary items at the airport’s online and offline shops. These include premium 25-year-old whiskies and red wines at the HKairportShop.com online store, and exclusive beauty and skincare sets at Beauty & You.
Finally, a range of special discounts will be available during HKIA’s anniversary period. For example, customers who spend HK$1,500 (US$192) can enjoy a 15% discount, while customers who spend HK$3,000 (US$383) can enjoy 20% off their purchases.
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