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Hong Kong International Airport Celebrates Summer with Hot Offerings

HONG KONG, July 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) welcomes the summer with an array of hot promotions, featuring special offers such as a  HKIA Cash Coupon of up to HK$700 and complimentary local delivery service.

Cash-Back Promotion

From 31 July to 11 August 2015, travellers spending over HK$2,000, HK$5,000 and HK$10,000 by electronic payment can redeem  a HKIA Cash Coupon of HK$100 , HK$200 and HK$600 respectively. Travellers who use their UnionPay card to make purchases of over HK$5,000 and HK$10,000 can enjoy an extra HK$100 HKIA Cash Coupon.

S hopping and D ining O ffers

HKIA is collaborating with its retailers to provide travellers with a handful of exclusive shopping and dining offers, as well as a hot selection of special complimentary gifts during the summer. Travellers spending with a  UnionPay card will even enjoy further offers. Travellers can find further details by simply scanning the QR code on the promotion materials or visiting our website:

Free Local Delivery

Travellers spending over HK$1,000 in one single transaction at HKIA can enjoy complimentary local delivery service.

Summer Welcoming Activities

HKIA's "Guaranteed Downtown Prices" mascot dresses up to welcome the summer and greet the travellers. The mascot will make special appearances at Terminal 1 and will be happy to take instant photos with travellers, as well as distribute special gifts. Travellers can also enjoy music performances while shopping in the Departures East Hall.

"Hong Kong Summer Fun " Lucky Draws

HKIA joins Hong Kong Tourism Board in the Hong Kong Summer Fun campaign, providing travellers with two rounds of lucky draws. From 15 June to 31 August 2015 , travellers entering Hong Kong through HKIA can participate in the "Instant Mega Draw". Before leaving Hong Kong , travellers can also enter the "Return to Hong Kong like a Millionaire" draw to win fabulous prizes, including a luxury return-trip to Hong Kong .

For more details on the promotions, please follow our Facebook page, , or visit our website, (Shopping, Dining & Entertainment page).

About Hong Kong International Airport

HKIA is an international and regional aviation centre connecting about 180 destinations around the world, including more than 45 Chinese Mainland cities. HKIA achieved record breaking passenger throughput of 63.3 million in 2014.

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