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Summer sales – Air New Zealand, Millennium Hotels, Europcar – plus £5 Amex Gett cash

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My inbox has been drowning under sale deals over the last couple of days.  Here is a round up:

Air New Zealand £30 off

£30 off economy return flights to Auckland via LA.  Valid for bookings before 31st July for travel by 28th February 2017.  Book here.

Millennium Hotels & Resorts

35% off their 24 UK, French and Italian hotels for bookings made by 11th July for stays by the end of 2016.  These prices include an extra 10% discount for discounts of the My Millennium loyalty programme which I discussed here.  Book here.

Europcar – up to £60 off

Europcar has released a series of discount codes for bookings made via the UK website here.  You must book by Sunday and take the rental during July.

10JULY16 for £10 off a minimum spend of £50
20JULY16 for £20 off a minimum spend of £100
30JULY16 for £30 off a minimum spend of £150
40JULY16 for £40 off a minimum spend of £200
60JULY16 for £60 off a minimum spend of £300

Gett (ex Get Taxi) – £5 Amex statement credit

A new American Express statement credit offer has appeared for Gett, the UK taxi app formerly known as Get Taxi.

You need to take a look at the online statements for each of your Amex cards to see if the offer appears and then click ‘Save to Card’.  You will receive a £5 statement credit when you make a single transaction of £15 before 21st August.

The terms and conditions make it clear that the £15 must be incurred in one transaction (this is not always the case with these Amex deals).  If you are not already a Gett customer, you can get an additional £5 off your first ride using my refer a friend code here.

Comments (4)

  • Graham Walsh says:

    Haha a nice compliment Rob. Well done

  • Maciek says:

    Silly question – where do I enter the europcar discount code? The promo code field in the booking page only accepts numbers.

  • MR Bridge says:

    Must save Amex a bunch in marketing!

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