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See Queen’s Club tennis with Emirates Skywards miles

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Emirates Skywards is letting you redeem miles for tickets to the Queen’s Club tennis tournament in London.

Branded as the ‘cinch Championships’ this year, it is the traditional mens event which runs immediately before Wimbledon.

It runs from Monday 19th June to Sunday 25th June.

See Queens Club tennis with Emirates miles

Standard tickets are priced from 14,000 Skywards miles to 25,000 Skywards miles per person. This reflects an unfortunate trend by Emirates of jacking up the cost of its ‘experiences’ events, to the extent that you are no longer getting much of a bargain over paying cash.

VIP hospitality packages have also gone up and now cost 40,000 to 50,000 miles per person. If you value a Skywards mile at 1p then you’re basically ‘paying’ up to £1,000 per couple using miles.

My wife and I went in 2018 on a VIP package. Unless the seats are in a different area – and there aren’t really any bad seats in such a small ground – I’m not sure that the VIP premium justifies the cost. There are just two VIP tickets available per day so (as happened to me in 2018) you may find yourself sharing a lunch table with a big group of travel agents, invited by Emirates for a jolly.

Full details are on the Skywards website here.

We published a complete guide to earning Emirates Skywards miles from UK credit cards which you can find here.


How to earn Emirates Skywards miles from UK credit cards

How to earn Emirates Skywards miles from UK credit cards (May 2024)

Emirates Skywards does not have a UK credit card.  However, you can earn Emirates Skywards miles by converting Membership Rewards points earned from selected UK American Express cards.

Cards earning Membership Rewards points include:

Membership Rewards points convert at 1:1 into Emirates Skywards miles which is an attractive rate.  The cards above all earn 1 Membership Rewards point per £1 spent on your card, which converts to 1 Emirates Skywards mile. The Gold card earns double points (2 per £1) on all flights you charge to it.

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  • Franc says:

    Interesting article about Billhop.
    As a private individual, can I still sign up to use it? The links to sign up from a previous HfP article don’t work unfortunately.
    Any help greatly appreciated.

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