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Emirates Skywards members can now earn miles at an Australian mall

Shopping online with more than 300 brands at the new local Skywards Mall can get you closer to a free Emirates flight and much more.

Emirates Skywards Mall has now launched in Australia.

Members of the award-winning Emirates Skywards loyalty program can now shop until they drop with more than 300 brands and earn miles towards a litany of travel rewards including free Emirates flights, seat upgrades and more.

To celebrate the local launch of Emirates’ online shopping mall in Australia, members can also earn up to 1,000 bonus Miles on their first purchase (until July 23).

Emirates Skywards, the loyalty program of Emirates and flydubai, has some 30 million members worldwide, with more than 2.2 million of those based in Australia.

Members can earn and spend Miles for an extensive range of rewards, including flight tickets with Emirates and partner airlines, flight upgrades, hotel stays, tickets and hospitality at sporting and cultural events.

Shopping online can get you closer to a free Emirates flight.

With the launch of in Australia, members can shop for popular brands encompassing fashion, beauty, home and garden, electronics and F&B.

Brand partners include FARFETCH, boohoo and asos, with beauty products available from Adore Beauty and Fresh Beauty Co.

Members can buy the latest products, electronic devices and gadgets at Apple and Sony, or enjoy home improvement with Kings Warehouse, Canningvale Australia and Sheridan. Uber Eats and Hello Fresh are also part of the program.

For every $10 spent, members can earn up to 129 Skywards Miles. In Australia, participants can also earn and spend Miles with Emirates’ partners, Qantas and Jetstar, as well as convert points to Miles with CommBank (4 CommBank Awards Points into 1 Skywards Mile).

Members can also earn and spend Miles with Emirates Skywards Hotels and more than 150 brand partners around the world.

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Written by: Jon Underwood
Published: 5 July 2023

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