Set to deliver bolder perks and privileges, City of Dreams Manila is unveiling on July 22 Melco Club, a new loyalty program, replacing Dream Rewards.
A bigger and better rewards program, Melco Club offers members Melco Points that will provide them access to a multitude of benefits at City of Dreams Manila. Members gain more Melco Points with every spends within City of Dreams Manila and can earn their way to greater rewards, ascending from Sapphire to Gold, Pearl, Jade, Phoenix and on to Dragon membership.
Members can redeem rewards such as a complimentary stay at Nuwa Manila, Forbes Travel Guide’s (FTG) Five Star Awardee and one of the World’s Most Luxurious Hotels, or at FTG Four Star Awardee Nobu Hotel Manila; food and beverage credits and discounts at any of the 20 restaurants on property including signature restaurants Nobu Manila, Crystal Dragon and Red Ginger; access to shopping at featured cosmopolitan lifestyle brands at The Shops at the Boulevard; and tickets at DreamPlay and The Garage’s VR Zone.
Current Dream Rewards members can update their account information and change their membership cards into Melco Club cards for free starting July 22 at the Melco Club Activation booths at the Main Lobby, Ground Floor and Upper Ground. Registration for new members is also for free and open to interested individuals who are at least 21 years old.
In celebration of Melco Club’s unveiling, guests who sign up for membership and Dream Rewards members updating their card to Melco Club from July 22 to 26 will receive an updated “Membership Benefits and Privileges Kit” and a limited-edition Melco Club jacket or t-shirt, on a first-come, first-serve basis. Moreover, during the same period, members who earn 1,000 Melco points will get 1,000 free play, which can be redeemed until July 27. Members will also get perks from participating retail shops & restaurants during launch week.
For more information, download the Melco Club App. For inquiries, call 800-8080 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cityofdreamsmanila.com.
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