Arabi Rewards Program
Arabi Rewards Program, the Credit Card Rewards Program from Arab Bank is your ticket to enjoying a great range of free services and benefits simply as a reward for using your Credit Card issued by Arab Bank / Bahrain.
The best thing about Arabi Rewards Program is that it is completely free! We don’t charge you for earning or redeeming your points and there is no limit to the number of points you can earn.
How it Works - Earning Reward Points:
Earning “Arabi Rewards” Points is easy, just use your Arab Bank Credit Card whenever you make any Retail Purchase. Whatever you spend will automatically earn Reward Points based on the following table:
1 Reward Point for each
|Visa Signature / Visa Platinum Credit Card / MasterCard Titanium Credit Card / Visa Classic Credit Card
|Gold Visa Credit Card
If you use your Platinum Credit Card to buy the following:
• BHD 50 on groceries = 50 Reward points
• BHD 30 on a meal with family and friends = 30 Reward Points
• BHD 40 on new clothes for children = 40 Reward Points
→ Total earned points will be: 120 Points
Your Reward Points will be credited to your Reward Account at the end of each month..
Available Rewards & Program Participants:
You can redeem your Rewards Points to cash balance to card holder credit cards as illustrated in the following table:
How it Works – Redeeming Points:
Once you have started earning points you are on your way to earning your first reward. To redeem your Points at any time, and once you accumulate the needed number of points for redemption, please call our Customer Contact Center on 17541000 and one of our customer advisers will assist you in redeeming your Reward Points or you can redeem them thru Arabi online service. .
The collection, usage and redemption of Arabi Reward Points are subject to the program's Terms and Conditions.
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Licensed as Conventional Retail & Wholesale Bank by the CBB. This service is available to our Retail Bank customers – individuals accounts only and not for corporate accounts.