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EIB, Dubai Bank offer free air tickets.

Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB) and Dubai Bank, part of the Emirates NBD Group, said they will be giving away return air tickets to customers who avail personal finance of Dh75,000 ($20,419) and above.

This offer is available to customers who avail personal finance from either of the banks by June 30. With this offer, customers can choose from a choice of 54 Air Arabia flight destinations, said the bank in a statement.

With personal finance from these banks, customers also enjoy an instalment deferment for up to 60 days. In addition, the offer comes with free credit life insurance (Takaful) and up to 25,000 Skywards bonus miles on EIB Skywards Credit Card.

The offer applies to personal finance, available up to Dh3 million, for Emirati nationals, and Dh1 million for expatriates, it added.

"Financial security is an important consideration for most people," remarked Faisal Aqil, the general manager, Consumer Wealth Management, EIB and Dubai Bank.

"At some point most of us will find it beneficial to avail personal finance to help spread out regular household payments such as school fees, large ticket purchases or rent, or for making those one-off payments for home improvements or holidays," he stated.

"This special offer is in line with our continuous drive to provide customers with value-added benefits,"noted Aqil.

"With summer already underway, it's the perfect time of year to plan a trip abroad. This offer is designed to help alleviate financial worries, and at the same time enable our customers to enjoy a summer treat to a destination of their choosing," he added.- TradeArabia News Service

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Date:Jun 2, 2012
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