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The Dubai Pass – 5% discount for all show visitors

The Dubai Pass from iVenture Card combines the best attractions, tours and experiences into one pre-paid attractions pass to save you time and money. You choose what you want to do and when you want to do it, simply present your pass on arrival for cash-free entry – simple!

Whether it’s a city tour, theme park or dinner cruise, the Dubai Pass saves you time by not having to queue for tickets at every attraction. With a range of packages available, Dubai Pass allow you to explore Dubai and its surrounds as conveniently and cost effectively as possible so whatever your taste, interests or length of stay, you can find a Dubai Pass to suit you. Click here for more information.

Pass types:

There are 5 pass types available. Simply click on the applicable link and enter your promotion code DMGPROMO to receive you 5% discount.

1. Dubai Unlimited
2. Dubai Select
3. Dubai Flexi
4. Dubai Theme Park Pass
5. Dubai Delegate Pass

Things you Need to Know

Entering Dubai: Visitors to the United Arab Emirates must obtain a visa prior to travel unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries or one of the countries whose citizens are eligible for visa on arrival. Citizens of other countries should apply for visas at their UAE Embassy.

Airport: Comprising three terminals – including one dedicated to Emirates at Terminal 3 – Dubai International (DXB) is the world’s busiest airport for international traffic. Dubai’s second airport, Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central (DWC), opened to passengers in 2013.

Money matters: The UAE currency is known as the Arab Emirate Dirham denoted by AED or more commonly Dhs. The dirham is pegged to the US dollar. All major international banks have branches in the city and working hours are 8am-2pm, Saturday to Thursday. ATMs are widely available and major credit cards are widely accepted.

Things to do in Dubai

Embark on a desert safari: Take a backseat and hold on tight as an experienced driver whips you around the sand dunes, teetering on the edge of seemingly sheer drops. There's a stop for a sunset photo before you're whisked away to a traditional-style Bedouin camp.

Go sandboarding: This is one for true adrenaline-seekers. Strap this snowboard-like contraption to your feet and glide down the dunes just like you would at the slopes of Ski Dubai.  

Stay overnight in the desert: Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa features luxury tented-style villas, each with its own private infinity pool. It's a place for relaxation, with a number of chilled activities on offer, the highlight being a sunset camel ride over the rolling dunes, where you can enjoy a beverage as you take in the uninterrupted views.

Dubai has emerged as a global hub for financial services, logistics, tourism, hospitality and trade, and is steadily growing other sectors including healthcare, technology and clean energy. The city boasts a strong international reputation as a dynamic, stable and safe destination, offering state-of-the-art facilities, first-class infrastructure and a range of headline-grabbing attractions and experiences, many unmatched by any other city in the world. As Dubai matures in its role as a global knowledge hub, the city is cementing its position as a world-leading business events destination.

Things you Need to Know

Entering Dubai: Visitors to the United Arab Emirates must obtain a visa prior to travel unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries or one of the countries whose citizens are eligible for visa on arrival. Citizens of other countries should apply for visas at their UAE Embassy.

Airport: Comprising three terminals – including one dedicated to Emirates at Terminal 3 – Dubai International (DXB) is the world’s busiest airport for international traffic. Dubai’s second airport, Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central (DWC), opened to passengers in 2013.

Money matters: The UAE currency is known as the Arab Emirate Dirham denoted by AED or more commonly Dhs. The dirham is pegged to the US dollar. All major international banks have branches in the city and working hours are 8am-2pm, Saturday to Thursday. ATMs are widely available and major credit cards are widely accepted.

Things to do in Dubai

Embark on a desert safari: Take a backseat and hold on tight as an experienced driver whips you around the sand dunes, teetering on the edge of seemingly sheer drops. There's a stop for a sunset photo before you're whisked away to a traditional-style Bedouin camp.

Go sandboarding: This is one for true adrenaline-seekers. Strap this snowboard-like contraption to your feet and glide down the dunes just like you would at the slopes of Ski Dubai.  

Stay overnight in the desert: Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa features luxury tented-style villas, each with its own private infinity pool. It's a place for relaxation, with a number of chilled activities on offer, the highlight being a sunset camel ride over the rolling dunes, where you can enjoy a beverage as you take in the uninterrupted views.