The regular Groupon Spain – offer allowing you to buy 2,000 Avios points for just 19 EUR – less than 17 GBP – seems to be back on.
Having stopped Nectar earning when booking easyJet flights a couple of months ago, Nectar have now announced a date when redemptions stop – and it’s next Friday (13th October). Keep Reading
The demise of Monarch Airlines means saying goodbye to Vantage Club – a loyalty programme many people didn’t know about that had some great status benefits but never really recovered from British Airways launching Reward Flight Savers in terms of being a mass market proposition.
If you are not familiar with the scheme: Keep Reading
Club Carlson – the loyalty scheme of Radisson, Park Inn and other brands – have quietly pulled their long standing and much loved 2-for-1 and 4-for-2 rates in Europe.
Now that nectar have moved all promotional details behind the login screen, I can’t guarantee this offer will be available to everyone. However I currently have an offer of 1000 bonus nectar points for ‘any train booking’ with Virgin Trains (east or west coast).
While nectar points are often mocked for their redemption value, 1000 points should always worth at least £5 – and all my recent redemptions have been at 1p value (or better) making 1000 points worth £10.
And you can book Virgin Trains tickets from just £1.25: Keep Reading…
You need to register, and I’d do this quickly as these opt in bonuses are usually limited and fill up fast. The link to register is a rotating banner on the Quidco homepage.
If you have an android mobile phone or device that supports contactless payments (Android Pay) and have a UK issued Mastercard you can get free transport in London today (and for the next three Mondays) plus a free coffee from Caffè Nero…
TSB (recently demerged from Lloyds Bank) seem to be offering their customers 5% back on transactions made using Apple pay each month until the end of 2016, capped at £5/month.
As their cards include a no-annual-fee product in partnership with the Avios.com scheme, then assuming you can hit £100 worth of spend using Apple pay each month (which should not be too difficult, as its supported in supermarkets, etc) then this seems to be a card that could effectively pay you £60 a year to hold it! Keep Reading…