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Amazon Payment Services & RSG to enhance travel payments in Saudi Arabia

By Delisha Fernandes

March 07, 2024

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Amazon Payment Services, online payments, travel payments, merchants, digital payment, Buy-Now-Pay-Later, digital wallets, FinTech news, FinTech MENAAmazon Payment Services, a digital payments provider across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), has announced a partnership with Red Sea Global (RSG).

Through this partnership, Amazon Payment Services and Red Sea Global are collaborating to enhance the online payment experience for international and local travelers in Saudi Arabia. The agreement will see the digital payments provider deliver its all-in-one suite of payment solutions tailored to Red Sea Global’s customer needs.

Peter George, Managing Director, Amazon Payment Services, said, “We are excited to support Red Sea Global, and their customers, through this new partnership that allows us to enhance the payment experience for luxury travelers through our innovative and tailor-made payment solutions. Our payment methods fully and seamlessly integrate with Red Sea Global’s infrastructure, making their offering even more accessible, reliable, and easy-to-use.”

Through this partnership, the digital payments provider is extending its core payment processing services to enable Red Sea Global travelers to seamlessly book and pay for their holidays online. The digital payments provider continues to partner up with industry leaders to empower Saudi Arabia’s citizens and businesses in the process. Through its efforts, the company continues to contribute to a diversified financial sector, in alignment with the Saudi Vision 2030 aim to support the Tourism & Heritage sector.

Ahmed Al Suhaili, Executive Director of Information Technology at Red Sea Global, said, “Red Sea Global is thrilled to partner with Amazon Payment Services on a journey that will be transformational for us, and our customers. Our vision has always been to offer exceptional experiences to our travelers, and this tie-up takes us a step closer to achieving that goal. By collaborating with Amazon Payment Services, we ensure convenient, secure and efficient payment processes for our guests and help enhance the luxury tourism landscape in Saudi Arabia.”

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