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Win 100,000 Avios points with Head for Points and hotel booking site Kaligo

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Yes, you read that correctly. This week on Head for Points we are giving away 100,000 Avios points in association with the new British Airways Executive Club hotel booking partner Kaligo.

There is only one prize.

There will only be one winner.

It could be you!

About Kaligo

The competition is being sponsored by hotel booking website Kaligo (

Kaligo is a Singapore-based company which is already partnering with American Airlines, Air Asia, Asia Miles, Jet Privilege and US Airways Dividend Miles. The new tie-up with Avios is their first partnership with a European airline.

Kaligo has an inventory of over 300,000 hotels worldwide predominantly in the 3-star to 5-star range.

The company is effectively rebating part of its commission to you in the form of Avios. You can earn up to 20 Avios points per £1 spent on hotels which is a very decent earnings rate.

To celebrate their new partnership with the British Airways Executive Club, Kaligo is offering 3,000 or 10,000 Avios with your first booking before 31st January. This is on top of the standard Avios points you would receive from them. You need to register via this site to receive your bonus before you book your hotel.

You will receive 3,000 bonus Avios if your first booking is for £999 or less. Bookings of over £1,000 will receive 10,000 bonus Avios. If you booked a hotel which paid their highest rate of 20 Avios per £1, you would collect 30,000 Avios from a £1,000 booking.

How can you win 100,000 Avios?

It’s easy.

First, you need to visit and register with Kaligo.  This will make you eligible for their launch promotion of up to 10,000 bonus Avios with your next hotel booking.  There is no obligation to actually make a booking.  If you have already registered with Kaligo, you do not need to register again.

Second, you need to complete the automated form at the bottom of this article using the same email address. You gain one entry for filling in your email address and you can earn a second entry if you tweet about the competition.

The deadline for entries is midnight on Friday 9th January. The winner will be announced on Head for Points next week.

You can only enter if you are a UK resident – I apologise to Head for Points readers in other countries.  If you are UK-based but travelling this week, you will need to email a friend back home with a link to this page to enter for you.

100,000 Avios can get you a long way. It gets two people in Economy to California, Cape Town, Barbados etc – or to Dubai or New York with 20,000 to spare! It would fly one person in Club World to Las Vegas or Antigua – or two people if you have a British Airways American Express 2-4-1 voucher to use. Even if you stay closer to home, it would get you 11 return flights to France, Germany, the Netherlands etc or 6 return flights to Italy or Spain. Taxes, fees and charges, as we all know, will be applicable *.

The rules

Please read this before you enter:

Entrants must be aged 18 years or over.

The competition will launch at 6.45am on Monday 5th January and close at midnight UK time on Friday 9th January.

Please ensure that you put a valid email address on the entry form. This email address MUST be identical to the one you use to register with Kaligo.

The winner will be picked at random by the software which collates the entries.

The winner will be contacted by email once Kaligo has verified that the same email address has been registered with them.  If the winner did not register with Kaligo, or does not respond to the email within 48 hours with valid British Airways Executive Club membership details, the prize will be redrawn.

Entries are limited to one per household.

Your email details will not be used by Head for Points for any other purpose.

You can opt out of receiving email from Kaligo via your account at or by unsubscribing to any email you receive or by simply replying to any email from Kaligo with a request to be unsubscribed.

You must be a UK resident to enter. You must also be physically based within the UK in order to be able to enter – if you are travelling this week, you will need to ask a friend or relative in the UK to enter for you.

The prize will be deposited into a British Airways Executive Club account. If you do not already have a British Airways Executive Club account you will need to open one in order to participate in the contest.

Under UK law I am obliged to make the name of the winner available upon request.

The promoters of the competition are Head for Points and Loyalty Advantage Travel Pte. Ltd, contact details available on request. Avios Group (AGL) Ltd is not a promoter of the competition. Loyalty Advantage Travel Pte. Ltd is solely responsible for ensuring the fulfilment of the prize to the winner.

The decision of the promoters on all of the points above will be final and no correspondence will be considered

Good luck to everyone. Remember that you MUST sign up to the Kaligo launch offer via this website before you enter and you MUST use the same email address in your entry.

* Reward flights cannot be waitlisted and are subject to availability. Executive Club Terms and Conditions apply.

If you cannot see the entry widget below, please click here and you will be taken to a separate page where you can enter.

Comments (96)

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  • Andrew Martins-Tonks says:

    Avios 100000 completion.

  • Alistair says:

    Good Luck All!

  • Neil says:

    Good luck!

  • Richard says:

    I’m ready to book a few Hotels for Japan next year on the Kaligo site but wasn’t quite sure about the 10,000 avios on first booking over £1000. Basically I’ll be staying at about 5 different hotels but the cost of any of them individually doesn’t quite come to £1000, while the whole total will be much more. It appears that when you book that you only get the smaller 3,000 avios rather than the 10,000 avios. Is this correct, or does the website give you an option to group book hotels later on during the booking procedure to get the larger bonus?

    • Rob says:

      It has to be £1k in one booking I am pretty sure. Remember that the 3,000 bonus is only on your first booking – but there is no reason why you can’t sign up your partner and book another room in their name.

  • Nigel H says:

    I must win, or the puppies will die!

  • David says:

    My first look at Kaligo and it’s very disappointing. Booking a room at The Queen’s Hotel, in Leeds on 22nd January. Both rooms rates shown on Kaligo are so high (£115 minimum for a single room with breakfast), that ALL of the rates offered on the hotel site directly are cheaper (the highest rate from the hotel directly for the same room type is £103 which is fully flex and includes breakfast and dinner). Not worth the bonus Avios. I’ve asked Kaligo for an explanation and exactly what their ‘best rate guarantee’ is (hopefully not just hyperbole).

  • Vignesh says:


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