News in brief:
3600 Avios and £10 off with LEGO Friends
As we covered on Shopper Points yesterday, there is a VERY generous LEGO deal running again this week on Tesco Direct.
As you can see on this page, you will receive 1500 bonus Clubcard points when you spend £75 on LEGO Friends before Saturday. That is worth 3600 Avios or 3750 Virgin Flying Club miles.
That means you are basically getting the LEGO for half price if you value the Avios points or Virgin Atlantic miles at 1p each.
Even better, code TDX-PKMH gets you £10 off a £75 Tesco Direct spend. The snag, though, is that you need to spend £75 after the discount to get the 1500 Clubcard points. This means that you need to buy £85 of LEGO Friends, for which you pay £75 and get 1500 points.
Oddly – and I tested this – you cannot buy £75 of LEGO Friends and £10 of something else and then apply the £10 coupon. It wipes off your bonus points. There needs to be £85 of LEGO Friends in your basket.
Click and Collect delivery is free to your local Tesco store. You can find out more at Shopper Points.
£15 off your next Lufthansa flight
Lufthansa is offering £15 vouchers valid against your next flight from the UK to Germany.
You must book before 11th December for travel between 1st October and 31st March.
Flying with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7?
British Airways has now issued guidance for anyone with a highly inflammable Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
On US flights, Note 7’s must not be turned on or plugged in during your journey and should be kept in hand baggage.
On other BA flights, the airline recommends:
Turn off the device.
Disconnect the device from any charging equipment.
Disable all applications that could inadvertently activate the phone (e.g. alarm clock).
Protect the power switch to prevent its unintentional activation.
Keep the device in your hand baggage or on your person (do not place it in your checked baggage).
Buy a proper phone next time.
OK, I made the last one up ….