Ooredoo has announced that Joyalukkas is the first jewellery retailer to join its expanding Nojoom partner network.
Members can earn and redeem points at any Joyalukkas retail outlet in Qatar as part of the multiple-award-winning Nojoom Loyalty Programme.
Nojoom members can earn one Nojoom Point for every QR8 spent on gold jewellery or QR3 spent on diamond jewellery. As part of a special offer to mark the launch of this partnership, members can also earn double points until November 18.
To earn points, members need to inform any of the Joyalukkas sales personnel that s/he is a Nojoom member. A copy of the member’s QID will be requested for. The member has up to one month from the date of purchase to claim points if the QID is not available on the day of purchase. Points will be added to a member’s account the following month.
Points can be redeemed for vouchers to be used at any Joyalukkas outlet by visiting the Nojoom pages on Ooredoo’s website or by downloading the Ooredoo App.
Ahmed Ali al-Mohannadi, director of Customer Experience and Segmentation at Ooredoo, said: “We are happy to add a new segment of offers with jewellery retail through our latest partnership with Joyalukkas. We are always looking to bring our customers added benefits and rewards.”
John Paul Joy Alukkas, executive director of Joyalukkas Group, said: “We are happy to welcome Ooredoo customers to our stores in Qatar and assure them of the very best in design, choice, value and quality in jewellery. Our endeavour is to enhance and enrich the customer experience and we are delighted to partner with Ooredoo, a company that shares similar values.”
For more details, visit the Nojoom pages on Ooredoo’s website at www.ooredoo.qa
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