Emirates Offers FREE Expo 2020 Day Pass To All Passengers Flying To Dubai

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
Emirates Offers FREE Expo 2020 Day Pass To All Passengers Flying To Dubai

Expo 2020 Dubai is just months away and if you want to witness the mega event, here’s your chance. Emirates is now giving away free tickets to Expo 2020 for passengers who fly with them. All passengers flying Emirates to Dubai between 1 October 2021 and 31 March 2022 will get one complimentary Expo 2020 day pass. How cool is that! Read on for more details.

Who Can Get A Complimentary Expo 2020 Ticket?

All Emirates passengers traveling to Dubai between 1 October 2021 and 31 March 2022 will get one complimentary ticket for Expo 2020, for each person in your booking. Use your ticket to enjoy Expo 2020 on any day you choose. Besides, passengers who have a connection in Dubai for more than six hours, can also claim a free Expo 2020 day pass.

To claim your pass, enter the details for each passenger and Emirates will email the tickets to you. If your flight gets changed or cancelled your day pass will no longer be valid, so simply claim a new one by entering your new flight details.

What Are The Other Terms & Conditions?

The Emirates Expo 2020 Dubai single‑day pass offer is open to all individual Emirates passengers who:
  • have purchased a ticket with arrival in Dubai between 1st October and 31st March
  • have commenced an Eligible Journey on Eligible Flights between 0.01am on 1 October 2021 and 11.59pm (Dubai time) on 31 March 2022
  • any with prefix 176
  • any purchased via emirates.com, Emirates App, Emirates Retail or Contact Centres, or via a travel agent
  • any eligible for normal Skywards Miles accrual, per Emirates Skywards Programme Rules
  • any inbound or one way ticket to Dubai

What If You Lose Your Complimentary Expo 2020 Pass?

If you lose your complimentary one‑day pass, you can enter your booking reference or ticket number again and the pass will be re‑sent to you at the email address you gave originally.

Can You Make Cancellations & Changes To The Expo 2020 Pass?

You can choose not to use your complimentary one‑day pass without having to contact us to cancel.  The complimentary one‑day pass does not have a monetary value and can’t be exchanged for a cash refund. If your Emirates flight booking has changed, you will need to provide your updated booking reference when you request a new complimentary pass. You won’t need to request a new pass if your booking reference stays the same. Emirates may revoke or cancel this offer or your complimentary Expo 2020 day pass without notice in the event that your Emirates flight booking is cancelled or refunded.

What Is The Cost Of An Entry Ticket To Expo 2020?

A single-entry ticket will cost AED 95 while a six-month pass will cost AED 495. Entry is free for visitors under 18 and people of determination. Besides, the accompanying person will also get 50% discount. A multi-entry pass is available for AED 195.

Pic Credit: Expo 2020 Instagram

Is Vaccination Mandatory For Expo 2020 Visitors?

With millions getting inoculated globally, Reem Al Hashimy, director general of the Expo 2020 Dubai Bureau, earlier said she was optimistic that the situation will improve. Besides, she also outlined that visitors coming for Expo 2020 Dubai might not require to get vaccinated. Meanwhile, here’s a Sneak Peek Of Al Wasl Dome’s Show.

With a strong vaccination rollout, the world is slowly able to see the impact of inoculation, Ms Al Hashimy also told Bloomberg Daybreak. She also encouraged everyone to get vaccinated and further stressed that all it will be mandatory for the event organizers of entire Expo 2020 to be inoculated. “Currently, vaccination is something that we’re encouraging everybody to do, [for] all of our workforce it’s going to be mandatory vaccination,” she said.

However, the rule will not be enforced on tourists or visitors who come for Expo 2020 Dubai. Ms Al Hashimy added that testing would be in place for visitors at various stages. Besides, she was also asked whether the event could be cancelled in the event of a worsening Covid-19 situation.

“No. We’re not cancelling October 1, 2021. We’re going to host this event, it’s going to be a spectacular and great event,” she told Bloomberg. As for the travel bans in the US and UK, UAE is in talks with governments for lifting the ban. While some of their requirements have changed, there are a few other issues that need to be addressed.

Meanwhile, engineers and workers from dozens of nations are completing work on pavilions in the Expo 2020 site and planning events to attract tourists and residents. The grand fest will run for six-months, starting in October. Organisers expect 25 million visits, with more than 190 countries confirming participation. The countdown for the world’s largest cultural event of the year was launched last week and Dubai is doing its best to ensure the event is safe for everyone.

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