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Get a free Rewards night credit with a two night stay

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When you make a booking at on your mobile device via the Easter Sale linkyou will receive a free extra credit in Rewards.

Here are the rules:

This offer is ONLY valid for bookings made on mobile devices.  You do NOT need to download the app – the mobile version of the main website is OK.

You must book for two or more nights

You must book a pre-paid room

You must add coupon code BONUS1 on the payment page

You must book by 22nd March for stays by 30th June

This could work out very nicely.

Because the value of your free night is the average price paid for the 10 qualifying nights, you are effectively getting back 15% of your spending via this offer on a two night stay.

More importantly, if you are working your way towards a free night but are a little short, this offer could push you over the line quickly and release the ‘locked in’ value you have already built up.

Some hotels are often excluded from promotions.  I cannot find any list for this offer but, if you follow all the instructions above and the code is still refused, that will be why.  I managed to get it working OK last night on a dummy Novotel booking. bookings do not count for points or stay credit in the loyalty scheme of the chain where you are staying.  You may get your status benefits but it is down to the goodwill of the hotel.

A lot of people, however, swear by

If you don’t care about status benefits, it can make sense to book all of your hotels through them.  This is especially true if your travel patterns make it difficult to focus on one specific chain.  With, you won’t end up with a handful of worthless points in five or more different loyalty schemes – all of your stays are helping you earn free nights.

You are also free to stay where you want and choose the newest or most convenient hotel at your destination.  You never need to compromise because you are building up points with a chain which has no good hotels where you are.

The Easter Sale page is here.  Remember to access this page on a mobile device to earn your extra free night credit.  You are not restricted to just booking hotels in the Easter Sale.

Hotel offers update – June 2022:

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from the major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Want to buy hotel points? There is:

  • a 80% to 100% bonus when you buy Hilton Honors points by 19th July 2022 (buy here)
  • a mystery 40% to 55% bonus when you buy Marriott Bonvoy points by 15th July (buy here)
  • a 30% bonus when you buy 5,000+ World of Hyatt points by 1st August (buy here)

Comments (22)

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  • Gordon says:

    Remember they will price match like for like as well.

  • Titus Adduxas says:

    I use a lot for their free nights scheme, but most of the comments on here refer to cash back. Is that in addition to the free nights or instead of?

    • G Flyer says:

      In addition to.

      I’m a fan of – recently I noticed the hotel I was due to stay in had dropped their prices on their own website as it got closer to my stay. swiftly matched with no drama or fuss (all sorted within 3hrs very late on a Sunday evening).

      • Scottnothing says:

        The past three times I have processed a price match with the refund has been auto-confirmed within 30mins and paid within a week. Much easier than trying to price match with Accor or Hilton (in my experience).

  • Danny says:

    There has been intermittent glitches when you can still transfer over to Tesco above the annual limits. I have managed to transfer twice in the last few months, the most recent was last week. Keep checking 🙂

  • Liz says:

    OT is anyone else having problems with Award Wallet since they changed their website layout. I run it every morning and every day it has errors on BAEC, Iberia and Hilton despite deleting the accounts and adding them again. It’s a pain at the moment!

    • Craig Paolozzi says:

      Yes I am

    • Rob says:

      App is still ok. Not used the desktop version for ages.

      • Liz says:

        I only use desktop – think I might try the app!

        • Gavin says:

          Have given up with BAEC and Iberia on Award wallet for this reason

          • Liz says:

            I’ve just emailed them – told them I’ve deleted account and re-added but still having to manually add password everyday. She’s done something her end and asked me to let her know if it fails again. Will try again tomorrow! Failing that I give up!

        • Lawro says:

          Had trouble with the app as well in the last couple of weeks kept getting stuck and then failing to update Iberia and BAEC

    • xcalx says:

      Yes, me too. I am due to upgrade ($10) my package but not sure I will bother this time as I have seen a dramatic downturn in the service offered re speed and the number of programmes not accessible on desktop and App

      Any other Apps out that do this type of thing.

    • Andrew says:

      I was getting the Iberia error every day. I think they are trying to resolve the issue because I’ve not had it for the last few days.

  • Liz says:

    I think with you have to decide to go one way or the other – either cash back without a promotion code or promotion code and no cash back. Whichever deal works best at the time. Unless others have managed to get both? I’ve just switched from using to cash back as I have plenty of miles at the moment. I’ve got three amounts of £25, £22 and £15 pending – I didn’t use any other codes so hoping they will payout at those rates.

  • Jake says:

    I love for their earning pottential with Virgin Flying Club; often 12 VS points per £1. In addtion to their Rewards scheme.

    • Genghis says:

      Good point but transfers to Tesco clubcard are capped at £50 pa, an amount I find so easy to get to.

    • Leo says:

      Cheers for that Brian I can see the advantage. I’m not that big on the Tesco CC either (which I know is sacrilege!) I have got one though. Alas I shop at Waitrose.

      • Brian says:

        If you have a car and a Morrison’s petrol station relatively close by, I hope that you get your Waitrose vouchers from Morrison’s!

      • Genghis says:

        Only a small fraction of my Tesco clubcard points actually come from Tesco grocery. You should look into it a bit more for points earning opportunities.

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