News in brief:
Tesco running a new IN-STORE printer ink deal
Until next Sunday, Tesco is offering 480 Avios (ie 200 Clubcard points) with every HP printer ink you buy in-store. The cheapest is £7 as you can see here.
This is 1.45p per Avios if you throw the cartridge in the bin. If you eBay them or use a ‘£x off £y spend’ coupon you may have got in the post recently, it gets more interesting.
You can find more details – plus ways of escaping the Tesco Grocery delivery charge – in this Shopper Points article.
11,400 Miles & More miles with an Economist subscription
Lufthansa Miles & More miles are hard to earn without flying. You can’t even buy them.
What you can do is buy Starwood Preferred Guest points and transfer those to Miles & More. When you transfer 20,000 at once you receive a 5,000 miles bonus, so 20,000 SPG points = 25,000 Miles & More.
This is why this new Economist offer is more interesting than usual. Via this link, you get 11,400 Miles & More miles for a £179 Economist subscription. That is 1.57p AND you get all the magazines.
If you know anyone in the US, you could order a subscription for them and pay just $190 (£131). A Canadian address costs you C$190 (£101). At £101, and with a number of Canadian relatives, I am tempted. The deal ends on 31st May.