Emirates Credit Card from Barclays Coming Soon
Barclays, one of the largest UK banks, has just introduced its Q4 2019 earnings report. In a nutshell, it indicates the main year results in different spheres. To a large extent, the statistics concern the UK department. However, there is something interesting about its associate in the USA. The report says that Barclays International “Established a new co-branded credit card partnership with Emirates in the US”. It’s not hard to guess that we are to expect a new co-branded Emirates credit card shortly.
Barclays already has extensive experience in working with airlines. Their line of co-branded airline credit cards includes American Airlines AAdvantage® cards, JetBlue cards, Hawaiian Airlines cards, and the FRONTIER Airlines card. What is more, the bank successfully partners with Princess Cruises®, Carnival®, and many other travel services companies and retailers. Still, the partnership with Emirates is something new, since no Middle Eastern airline has yet offered credit cards to U.S. residents.
Emirates is known as an airline providing the first-class service with new aircrafts, comfortable seats, modern entertainment systems, delicious onboard food and much more. It was deservedly named “Best Airline Worldwide” at Business Traveller Middle East Awards 2019.
The carrier operates flights from a variety of destinations in the U.S. to Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, the Pacific, and South America. For frequent flyers, Emirates offers its loyalty program Emirates Skywards which is currently a transfer partner of American Express Membership Rewards, Chase Ultimate Rewards, and Capital One.
Details of the card terms and features are not disclosed for now. But the new product is promised to be launched as early as 2020.
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