We all know that expenses can add app, that’s why Rak Bank’s Skipply app wants to help one lucky family by giving them AED50,000 towards their school fees!*
Skiply lets you pay your school fees from the safety of your home with any bank card or a mobile wallet.
We also want you to experience the best Dubai has to offer and will be giving incredible family experiences to Dubai's best attractions such as Laguna Waterpark, The Green Planet and Wild Wadi Waterpark!
Listen across the day on Dubai 92 and when you hear the cue to text SMS ‘School’ to 4009. You’ll be automatically entered into the draw to win AED50,000 towards school fees* thanks to RAKBANK and Skiply!
We'll also choose daily entrants to take part in our 'Are you smarter than a presenter?' quiz, where you could win tickets to Laguna Waterpark, The Green Planet or Wild Wadi Waterpark!
*One winner will be selected across the Arabian Radio Network for AED50,000 towards school fees prize. Winner must have downloaded the Skiply app.
In these uncertain times, skip your worries about receivables and costs. Skiply is the only digital school payments Platform. ZERO set up cost, Zero annual maintenance fee, Zero per transaction fee.
Set up in 48 hours, Schools can manage all type of payments easily, parents can register students and pay through the app using any Bank Card.
You can also win tablets + Emaar gift cards worth up to AED 2000 if you use your RAKBANK card.
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