New partnership offers EVA Air members tax-free shopping perks

Tuesday, Apr 19, 2022 0

Singapore-based travel tech firm utu announced a new partnership with Infinity MileageLands, the frequent-flyer programme of Taiwan’s EVA Air.

The agreement enables frequent fliers to benefit from international tax-free shopping and VAT rewards.

Members under the Infinity MileageLands programme will be able to use the utu Tax Free Card and receive rewards with a value of US$125 for every US$100 received in tax refunds while shopping overseas.

This translates to 3,125 Award Miles for every US$100 of tax refunded through the utu Tax Free Card.

Accumulating tax-free shopping receipts up to US$1,500 members will receive 250 Bonus Award Miles.

It only requires members to download the utu Tax Free mobile app, complete the registration, and activate the utu Tax Free Card with Infinity MileageLands as the preferred programme.

Members can then benefit from rewards in over 50 countries, including Singapore, France, Italy, Germany, South Korea, Thailand, and the UAE.

“utu provides added incentives for everyone thinking of broadening their horizons and obtaining VAT rewards at the same time,” said Sanjay Chinchwade, Chief Marketing Officer of utu. 

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