All Visa Premium cardholders, can enjoy 20 per cent off their total food bill when dining out and paying with their Visa Premium card at all participating Marriott restaurants in the MENA
Visa, one of the world’s leading global payment solutions providers, has launched an exciting new promotion offering discounts on dining at Marriott Hotels across the Middle East and Africa, as part of the Visa Premium Privileges Programme.
From now until 30th June 2012, all Visa Premium cardholders (Gold, Platinum and Infinite), can enjoy 20 per cent off their total food bill when dining out and paying with their Visa Premium card at all participating Marriott restaurants in the MENA region, including JW’s Steakhouse, Cucina, Torii and all the dining outlets in Egypt.
“There are enormous benefits within the Privileges Programme and we are delighted to welcome Visa Premium cardholders to our restaurants throughout the region” commented Jeff Strachan, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Middle East & Africa, Marriott International.
With a wide choice of restaurants and cuisines covering everything from Oriental and French to Japanese and Italian, there is plenty of variety to choose from. And, with no limit on the number of visits that can be enjoyed, Visa Premium cardholders can enjoy dining out for less at their favourite Marriott Hotels over and over again.
To avail of this great offer, Visa Premium cardholders simply need to quote the code VM2012 when paying with their Visa Premium card.
“Dining out for less is a great way to reward our Visa Premium cardholders by giving them tangible lifestyle benefits when they pay with their Visa debit or credit card,” said Tarek Elhousseiny, General Manager of North & West Africa. “We know our cardholders enjoy the added value provided by our dining offers, both here and overseas, so a partnership with Marriott Hotels across the region is a great way to add value to the Visa experience, whether people are planning a meal at their local Marriott Hotel, or they are travelling for personal or business reasons.”