Line Investments & Property LLC introduced LAKA (4u) Gift Card, offers a wide range of shopping options from regionally and internationally renowned brands and products across eight shopping malls in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.
With a validity of six months from date of purchase, the LAKA gift card is available in AED 50/- and AED 100/- denominations.
“Loyalty and gift cards give us an indication of what our customers want and helps us plan promotions as per customer preferences. For ease of use, LAKA cards are available from the customer service desk of the malls and have no activation fee on acquiring the gift card. We hope the LAKA, meaning ‘for you’ in Arabic, helps enhance the customer shopping experience and drives additional footfall to our malls,” says Wajeb Al Khoury, director of Line Investments and Property LLC.
Participating malls include Al Wahda Mall, Khalidiyah Mall, Mushrif Mall, Madinat Shopping Center, Al Raha Mall – Abu Dhabi and Mazyad Mall in Abu Dhabi as well as Al Foah Mall and Barrari Outlet Mall in Al Ain.
The LAKA gift card also supports additional information such as balance enquiry, frequently asked questions and terms and conditions online at www.Laka4U.com in English and Arabic.
The prepaid gift card can be treated just like cash tor purchase goods in the selected shops across eight Line Investments & Property LLC malls. LAKA Cards are also available in bulk for corporate organisations looking to reward their team members at the end of the year. Additional benefits and offers for LAKA cardholders will be announced shortly.
Line Investments & Property LLC, the shopping mall development and management arm of the Abu Dhabi based Lulu Group International, oversees the operations of an impressive line-up of malls in the Middle East Countries & India. With extensive experience in retail business ventures across the GCC, the in-house workforce expertise take projects from concepts stage, sourcing strategic locations, design and development, as well as marketing and operating the projects in their portfolio.
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