Zero per cent financing on luxury cars. convenient flight payment deal and free health check.
Deals of the Week: Ramadan car deal
Arabian Automobiles is the latest car dealer to announce a Ramadan offer with special packages on all its Infiniti models bought during the holy month.
Customers buying any of the luxury Japanese brand's models can enjoy 0 per cent interest in the first year, a five-year extended warranty on the vehicle and the option to either defer the first payment for six months or a 2.49 per cent finance rate over five years with Emirates NBD.
This is not the first Ramadan car deal offered by the car dealer, who also look after Nissan and Renault in Dubai and the Northern Emirates with both brands recently offering Holy Month deals.
"Ramadan this year directly follows the traditionally quiet holiday period in July when car sales are slower, therefore Ramadan is very much the start of the rest of the year for us in many respects," says James Thomas, Arabian Automobiles' general manager of marketing and corporate communications. " As always we are offering customers excellent value and many ways to make buying a car from Arabian Automobiles easier."
The dealers' other offers include cash back rewards of up to Dh50,000, one year's free insurance, five years extended warranty and "buy now and pay next year" options on any Nissan purchases and three years free servicing and one year's insurance on any new Renaults bought during the Holy Month.
The dealer has also teamed up with Atlantis. The Palm giving potential customers the change to test-drive an Infiniti at the luxury hotel's Asateer tent during Suhour.
For more information, contact Arabian Automobiles on 800 4 634 6484.
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Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE's largest network exchange house, has teamed up with Air Arabia to offer travellers an easier way to book and pay for their tickets.
Under the new partnership, customers of the Sharjah-based low-cost carrier can pay for their tickets through any of Al Ansari Exchange's 100 branches across the UAE.
The flight payment deal also allows passengers to confirm their flight and pick up their tickets when they pay at the exchange house.
"Our customers will now be able to pay for their flight tickets and confirm bookings through any of the Al Ansari Exchange branches that are spread out across different locations in the UAE," says A K Nizar, head of commercial at Air Arabia. "This move reflects our long term efforts to provide our growing network of customers with effective and innovative services based on our unique 'Value for Money' philosophy."
For more information call Air Arabia's 24/7 call centre on 06 558 0000.
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EHL Management Services, the UAE's largest health care provider, is offering free health-checks this Ramadan to help the nation's employees stay on top of their workload.
The free general health checkup - which would normally cost Dh300 - monitors blood pressure, body mass index and blood sugar levels, which is particularly important during the Holy Month when many workers are fasting.
The service is available at all the health care provider's community clinics including Welcare Ambulatory Care Centre in Dubai's Knowledge Village and Welcare Clinic, Mirdif.
To find your nearest EHL clinic offering this service log onto www.ehl.ae.