Premier Card holders can now benefit even more with our exclusive Advantage Club membership.
Q-Park have been known for leading the way in innovation in the off-street parking sector and 2017 will be no exception for Europe's leading parking provider.
With the focus on adding value for their customers, the car park operator have announced the launch of the Q-Park Advantage Club to Ireland.
Exclusive to Q-Park, the Advantage Club is the first members' portal by a parking provider in Ireland to offer Special Offers and Discounts to its customers across a number of high street retailers and brands.
Some of the best known retailers include*:
Marks and Spencer
John Denton, Head of Sales & Marketing for Q-Park West Region expressed his thoughts on the online members portal, "We are committed to being the most innovative parking operator in Ireland and we believe that the Advantage Club is yet another example of this ongoing commitment. We want our Premier Card holders to get the best value by parking with Q-Park and this free service is our way of doing just that."
The new club is available to all 24/7 Unlimited Premier Card holders. Weekday Premier Card holders wishing to upgrade to an 24/7 Unlimited Premier Card can contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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