Dubai: Subscribers can now have added benefits by being part of Gulf News as they will get chances to win up to Dh1 million in gold, thousands of Etihad Guest Miles, and also receive four Good Living books, and outlet reductions as part of the newspaper's annual subscription offer.
The subscriber gift voucher scheme was launched on September 24 and runs until 31 January, 2011.
"We have a fantastic offer for our subscribers this year. By enrolling or renewing their order, subscribers can look forward to winning big prizes every week for 19 weeks and a shot at gold worth Dh500,000," said Sanjay Malik, Group Circulation Manager, Gulf News.
"Plus, subscribers can also have the opportunity to save on dining, shopping and leisure activity with our extremely popular Good Living Books. We have added another dimension by way of the exclusive Good Living Card to provide additional exciting offers."
Readers who subscribe before October 31 get an extra month of subscription at no extra cost.
The Gulf News annual subscription costs Dh400, which is what all renewing and new subscribers have to pay.
However, it immediately qualifies them for a multitude of benefits. The special subscription offer hosts a variety of offers related to all aspects of Good Living, which range from dining out to recreational activities, in addition to health, beauty and shopping outlets in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates. Subscribers are also eligible to win 80,000 Etihad Guest Miles to any of your favourite destinations, in addition to the Good Living Card.
The card, which is an extension of the Good Living Books, will be distributed next month and provide substantial discounts at selected retailers.
Readers who pay for their subscription online will receive further benefits by automatically qualifying into a draw to win Dh 25,000 worth of gold.
There will be four such draws over four months, October, November, December 2010 and January 2011.
Readers can subscribe to Gulf News by sending an e-mail to email@example.com, call the call centre at 800 4585 or log on to www.gulfnews.com/subscriptions