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Collect Airpoints When You Stay At The Metropolis

Collect Airpoints When You Stay At The Ascott Metropolis Auckland

Auckland, September 2003 - From September Air New Zealand Frequent Flyer card holders will collect 500 airpoints when they stay at The Ascott Metropolis Auckland. And for the launch month of September, they will be entitled to a bonus 200 points over and above the standard 500 points when booking on standard corporate rates.

Rowena Howe, director of sales, The Ascott Metropolis Auckland says that the partnership reinforces its commitment to provide added value to guests when they stay at The Ascott Metropolis.

“The air points programme is extremely popular with the public and business travelers and we are delighted to be able to offer it to our guests.”

Please contact the reservations department on 0800 202 828 or email for further information. Ends.

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