Traveling enriches the mind and opens-up opportunities to understand different cultures around the world. For many, checking countries off from their bucket list is a life-long dream. Fortunately, the developments in the travel and tourism industry has paved the way for loyalty programs to reward its members with travel miles in every purchase made.
One example and good news is the recent development between Solaire Resort and AirAsia who partnered together to further enhance the Solaire Rewards Program and make traveling within reach to more people.
AirAsia x Solaire: Improved Solaire Rewards Program
Loyal Solaire Rewards members will be closer to their ideal destination when they reap travel rewards from the Status Points that they earn. Each Solaire Rewards Program card holder starts at the Silver Tier and moves up to Gold, Platinum, Emerald, Ruby and finally the Diamond upon earning the corresponding Status Points needed.
One Solaire Rewards Status Point will be equivalent to one AirAsia BIG Point, making it easier to track and redeem that much coveted flight upon linking the AirAsia BIG Member ID to Solaire Rewards.
The AirAsia BIG Loyalty Program lets its members earn AirAsia BIG Points through every plane ticket bought, hotel bookings via travel partners and even on purchases from over 160 lifestyle merchant partners.
BIG members can fully maximise the value of AirAsia BIG Points and use it just like cash to fully redeem for their flights including taxes and airport fees, making their flight absolutely free. The more AirAsia BIG Points they earn, the more they will be able to save when they redeem with their AirAsia BIG Points.
“AirAsia’s presence globally allows us to continue providing our guests with memorable experiences that go beyond our property. We are delighted that we can reward our loyal Solaire Rewards members with AirAsia exclusive privileges no matter where they are, and fully enjoy their dream destinations.” said Cyrus Sherafat, Solaire Resort’s Executive Vice-President for Casino Marketing.
More About AirAsia BIG Loyalty
Established in November 2011, the AirAsia BIG Loyalty program enables its members to enjoy the lowest flight fares across AirAsia’s extensive network. More than 18 million AirAsia BIG Loyalty Members can earn AirAsia BIG Points on AirAsia flights to over 130 destinations across Asia, Australia and New Zealand and the Middle East, participating hotels as well as retail, e-commerce, travel and lifestyle partners within the region.
The loyalty programme makes all seats redeemable by utilising AirAsia BIG Points. Other member-exclusive privileges include 24-hour priority booking for selected AirAsia sales.
“Solaire Resort & Casino offers their customers a multitude of activities and services to enjoy, from recreation and dining to entertainment and shopping. We are excited that we can now extend the privileges of AirAsia BIG Points that are just as valuable as cash to their customers, taking them further around the world easier, faster and better than ever,” shares AirAsia BIG Loyalty Chief Commercial Officer Victor Kaw.
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Make every Solaire experience count and let your loyalty reward you with your big dream. Sign up for the Solaire Rewards and AirAsia BIG Loyalty with AirAsia Philippines online and start earning points to your next destination!
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