Accor hotels have launched a campaign to promote knowledge of their Le Club rewards programme. The exact number of points you can pickup varies slightly with your membership tier in the scheme, but it should be around 1000 points – which are worth 20 Euros. Keep Reading…
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…
Possible 250 free Avios from the new AerLingus loyalty programme? Also Superdrug and the Post Office added to Amex cashback offers – both are spend £10, get £5 back.
Additionally a curious Ibera Plus promotion came in for some very inactive accounts. And another printer is on offer in Tesco, but it is not as good as previous offers. Keep Reading…
American Express have loaded a new batch of cashback offers for card holders. Partners this time include Eurostar, Argos and World Duty Free (also Biza Tax&Duty Free).
UPDATE: Also includes the Post Office (£5 for £10 spend!) plus more.
They are available to both Amex issued cards and also to holders of Amex cards issued by banking partners in the UK, such as MBNA, Lloyds, TSB, Barclays, etc.
There is a promotion running for free travel on Transport for London services today, plus the next 3 Mondays – if you use a MasterCard with Apple Pay.
Full details on the offer can be found here on the MasterCard website:
Tesco are currently offering a 15% discount on iTunes and Google Play giftcards. Having tested it today, this is stacking with their usual bonus clubcard points offer for buying gift cards.
Details are in this advert that I spotted in the Evening Standard newspaper: Keep Reading…
AccorHotels (brands Sofitel, Mercure, Novotel, Ibis, etc) is one of the remaining places for arbitrage Avios earning. If you credit into BA Executive Club your Accor LeClub points get a 2:1 conversion. If you credit to Iberia Plus it is 1:1 into Avios (which you can then move over to BA at 1:1).
BA recently emailed executive club members about a quadruple earning promotion. But the current Iberia 3x offer can be far better value. Keep Reading…
… and stacking two offers. Or alternatively, move 30k Avios from one persons BAEC account to another or just pocket an uplift yourself.
How to do the AA ‘transfer’ (or perhaps ‘transformation’ would be a better word) is at the bottom of the article. But first…
According to MoneySavingExpert, select Amazon UK accounts are being targeted for an offer whereby you receive a £10 amazon voucher in return for buying £40 of amazon gift cards.
This is apparently the link to check if your account qualifies:
If successful you are told what to do on the screen.
If like me you are unsuccessful then it says:
Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this offer.
It seems to be 25 to 50% success rate, so worth trying. No idea if there is a quota to fill before it runs out.