Avios Ireland: 250 Avios via SuperValu for (almost) every eShop purchase

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We have written about the relationship between Irish supermarket chain SuperValu and AerClub a few times.

Basically, 1 SuperValu Real Rewards point (which you get for spending €1 instore) converts into 1 Avios point.

SuperValu

Until 20th April, you will receive 250 bonus Real Rewards points for EVERY online shopping transaction made via SuperValu eShops.  This contains over 100 retailers.

This time around, SuperValu has brought in some exclusions.  The following merchants do not count:  AliExpress, eBay, GearBest, SuperValu Car Insurance, SuperValu Home Insurance, SuperValu Travel Insurance, SuperValu.ie, Getaway Breaks.

Because you can earn the bonus an unlimited number of times, there may be some potential here for multiple purchases of low value items.

You can read more about this offer here and there is a FAQ here.

Don’t forget that AerClub is offering a 100% bonus on transfers of SuperValu points to Avios before 30th April.  If your 250 bonus points arrive in time (the deadline is 14 days after the promotion ends on 20th April, so it is touch and go) then you’d be getting 500 Avios for every SuperValu eShops purchase!

(Want to earn more Avios?  Click here to visit our home page for the latest articles on earning and spending your Avios points and click here to see how to earn more Avios from current offers and promotions.)

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Comments

  1. Is there a minimum order value? I assume £1 would be fine if it could be found

    • Time to stock up on iTunes 😉

      • Meadowlark says:

        Nice idea but unfortunately it won’t work. “Please be aware that this program is for Apple Store products, iTunes purchases must go through the iTunes program.”

        • You’re looking at the Apple store eShop. There’s a separate eShop for iTunes (aka “the iTunes program”)

  2. No bits today, so posting O/T in here.

    Interesting assertion by LL on how pax are targeted for IDB/downgrades by airlines, he mentions a previous BA case. I too find it very weird that of the 4 pax “Randomly selected” asked to leave United flight 2 of them was the Dr and his wife. United and other airlines should show us the process if they have nothing to hide…

    http://loyaltylobby.com/2017/04/12/overbooking-what-is-that-and-how-airlines-typically-solve-the-problem-without-violence/

  3. Has anyone mentioned their missing 250 avios yet?

  4. OT

    new Amex statement credit at Boots £5 when you spend £20; they usually sell various gift cards.
    The email also mentioned Esso but I have not got it on any cards.

  5. As this seems to be the O/T area today…

    Probably a simple question for the experienced 241 users: I’m looking to book LHR-DEL and return BOM-LHR in J or F. Can I book this as a separate outbound and return to save APD (I’m assuming that Indian APD will be less than LHR!)? If so, do I need to do this by phone? And do I need to phone anyway for an open-jaw ticket?

    Thanks

    • Open jaws can only be booked by phone.

      The tax is not an issue – even if two singles had different taxes to a return ticket, the ticket must be issued as a return to use the 241 so you don’t have any flexibility.

      • Thanks Rob.

        So just to make sure I’ve got it right – I can’t take advantage of any tax difference on a 241 ticket, it has to be a return, so I (potentially) lose out on any tax savings?

        • It is very unlikely there are tax savings. The only countries where you probably get this are Hong Kong and Brazil due to local law.

          • OK, thanks. I did an open-jaw 241 last year, returning from HKK, and I was kicking myself for missing the potential tax savings – but I couldn’t have taken advantage with a 241 – in a funny sort of way, that makes me feel better 🙂

          • Genghis says:

            A scenario where the Lloyds upgrade voucher has the upper hand on a 241.

  6. Anyone know if there’s a minimum spend for the SuperValu bonus?

    • No minimum spend.

      Kobo ebook purchases of €0.49 have got the 250 bonus.

      And the offer had been extended until 25th of April and with the conversion bonus you get 500 avios per €0.49