Discounts at HKIA for Priority Pass Members

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Priority Pass has launched a Shopping Benefits Promotion at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).

Until 31 October 2009, Priority Pass members can enjoy a range of shopping offers at selected outlets in HKIA when presenting their Priority Pass membership card upon purchase.

Offers range from 10% discount on perfumes, cosmetics, fashions, high-end designer watches, jewellery, books, magazines, gourmet chocolates and fine food, through to an exclusive free gift from a leading luxury travel accessories brand.

Participating merchant outlets and their respective offers are:

- Nuance-Watson (HK) operated stores including The Atrium, The Plaza and Temptation Duty Free 10% discount for purchases of HK$500 or above on regular-priced merchandise.

- The DFS operated Tumi boutique - Receive a Tumi Leather post-it note holder free gift with a purchase in store.

- RELAY, NewsLink and Dynasty Books - 10% discount for purchases of HK$300 or above on regular-priced items.

- Fauchon Paris - 10% discount for purchases of HK$500 or above.

Michelle Ng, Senior Marketing Manager of Priority Pass Asia Pacific said, In our recent member survey, Hong Kong International Airport was voted the favourite airport in the world. To answer our members preference, we are delighted to line up with HKIA and participating retailers offering Priority Pass members exclusive savings and offers at this outstanding airport.

During the promotion period, non-Priority Pass members can get a 20% discount off the first years Priority Pass membership.

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