HKIA rolls out loyalty programme; new duplex stores for LV, Hermès & Chanel

By Luke Barras-hill |

Louis Vuitton (pictured) and Hermes (below) both opened on 1 November, Chanel is due to unveil on 7 November.

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has launched its HKairport Rewards loyalty programme.

The free-of-charge loyalty scheme, which is open to the public, allows members to earn one reward point for every HK$1 spent at HKIA’s shops, restaurants, and on HKairportShop.com._

Exclusive year-round privileges, a monthly travel surprise and birthday delights will be launched soon, says the airport.

To celebrate the launch of HKairport Rewards, new members will receive a complimentary HK$100 Airport Coupon until 31 December.

This can be used against a HK$200 purchase in the terminals or at HKairportshop.com._

Members can earn double points on eligible spending and earn a daily rebate of up to 12%.

In addition, HKIA has introduced a free local delivery service for those spending HK$1,000 or more in a single transaction at HKIA.

Travellers who spend in excess of HK$2,500 in a single transaction can enjoy free delivery to 15 destinations worldwide.

Three new duplex stores

Meanwhile, the airport has welcomed new duplex flagship stores for Hermès and Louis Vuitton housed within the East Hall Luxury Zone, the refurbishments of which completed last year.

Hermes and Louis Vuitton both opened on 1 November, while Chanel is due to unveil on 7 November.

Burberry, Cartier, Gucci, Omega, Prada and Tiffany & Co shops have also reopened, joining units from The Shilla Duty Free’s Beauty&You and CDF’s Duty Zero.

 

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