Category: Top Offers

Earn 4000+ miles with Rocketmiles for a Hotel Booking

Rocketmiles is an online hotel booking service. Instead of cashback or other similar incentive, Rocketmiles offers miles from a number of airline programmes. The minimum earned is usually 1.000 miles per night. Until 21 October, 2016, Rocketmiles are offering new

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Marriott Rewards Travel Packages – an Introduction

Breathe a deep sigh of relief people… Marriott Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest have started to work together, and the news isn’t bad. In fact, SPG members with lots of Starpoints are suddenly faced with a number of interesting options.

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Iberia Plus – 13,200 Avios for an Economist Subscription (Extended until 31 October)

[EDIT: this promotion has now been extended until 31 October, 2016] The Economist is one of my favourite newspaper / magazines, and I generally read it from cover to cover when it arrives in my postbox. It should come as

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Iberia Plus – Buy 2,000 Avios for 19 Euros (Groupon Deal Returns Yet Again)

If your Spanish is any good – or your web browser can translate for you – you might be able to purchase some Avios at a decent price. The offer comes from the Spanish version of Groupon and the Avios

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British Airways Executive Club – 35% Bonus when Converting Hotel Points to Avios

If you’ve got some hotel points that are about to expire, now is the time to transfer them to British Airways Executive Club! Between 20 June and 5 July 2016 you will receive a 35% bonus for transfers (minimums apply) from

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British Airways Executive Club – Part Pay With Avios Promotion Returns

British Airways Executive Club offers something called Part Pay with Avios. Rather than booking an award seat with your Avios, you are instead buying a regular ticket, but reducing its cost by spending Avios. Although this idea is potentially a

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IHG Rewards Club Hotels Cash Back now Available from Quidco

Savvy consumers will know about cashback websites. Companies pay commissions to publishers (including blogs such as this one) who drive additional business through referrals. A couple of UK-based businesses go so far as to pass most of that commission onto

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