ALL GONE: 73 AwardWallet upgrade codes available below!

These codes have all gone, apologies to those who missed out.  If I can get some more as a result of sign-ups to AW from this article then I will drop them into the comments of one of the articles.

As I previewed earlier today, here are the 73 AwardWallet upgrade codes that I currently have to give away.

You can find out more about AwardWallet, which is free to join, in my earlier article here.

There is no easy way of dishing these out so it is first come, first served. Cut and paste one at random from the list and see if it works. If it does, you’ll get a 6-month upgrade to AwardWallet Premium. If you are already on the Premium level, you will get a six month extension.

If the code doesn’t work, it means another reader has already used it.  Try another.

My gut feeling is that these codes will disappear in about 10 minutes. I will tidy up the list later in the afternoon in case any got missed.

To use a code, you need to be on the desktop version of AwardWallet (I think). Click on your name in the top left hand corner and it will reveal an option called ‘Upgrade Using A Coupon’. Cut and paste the code there.

Here we go:

AwardWallet logo

Invite-35101-DMHST
Invite-35101-DOWPH
Invite-35101-EHIHR
Invite-35101-FDOTE
Invite-35101-FIUOQ
Invite-35101-FKFWS
Invite-35101-FWHPX
Invite-35101-GAVCN
Invite-35101-GUMWP
Invite-35101-HDYHD
Invite-35101-HIFJS
Invite-35101-HZUVF
Invite-35101-IBSHM
Invite-35101-IOARV
Invite-35101-JVUUQ
Invite-35101-JXVBZ
Invite-35101-KFHYU
Invite-35101-KNJSH
Invite-35101-LJBIF
Invite-35101-LMBUF
Invite-35101-LOAAS
Invite-35101-LZCEV
Invite-35101-MLIPQ
Invite-35101-MXRJN
Invite-35101-NAFWD
Invite-35101-NFWPE
Invite-35101-NYSYK
Invite-35101-OEFHI
Invite-35101-OYZUD
Invite-35101-PDDKM
Invite-35101-QEKVX
Invite-35101-QGASN
Invite-35101-QGBIV
Invite-35101-QGMJZ
Invite-35101-QQXTQ
Invite-35101-QSHJK
Invite-35101-RBJQI
Invite-35101-RFVXU
Invite-35101-RHRGI
Invite-35101-ROYOK
Invite-35101-RRYBS
Invite-35101-RSNWX
Invite-35101-RSPCB
Invite-35101-RXYVI
Invite-35101-SLEYR
Invite-35101-SOIFH
Invite-35101-SUXVI
Invite-35101-SWANU
Invite-35101-SYCTJ
Invite-35101-TAYRA
Invite-35101-TQWBU
Invite-35101-UAILL
Invite-35101-UEFII
Invite-35101-UFHLY
Invite-35101-UFKUT
Invite-35101-UGCTI
Invite-35101-UISEQ
Invite-35101-UKFDL
Invite-35101-UKMRB
Invite-35101-VQTZR
Invite-35101-WCNKJ
Invite-35101-WIWAG
Invite-35101-WWQMZ
Invite-35101-WYMAW
Invite-35101-WZULI
Invite-35101-XETOZ
Invite-35101-XRJWL
Invite-35101-YKNZK
Invite-35101-YQRCV
Invite-35101-ZICKW
Invite-35101-ZLZZW
Invite-35101-ZNEYZ
Invite-35101-ZYMUE

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Comments

  1. If anyone is a first-time user and hasn’t taken advantage of the upgrade code for new signups, you could use a referral code, which gives you 6 months of premium membership. Only works for first-time users though:

    My referral code is: free-azpilj

    • Likewise, any first time users can use this code for an upgrade: free-kjycfd
      It should be valid for 10 uses.

  2. Thanks HWA, much appreciated.

  3. Michael says:

    You can give my referral code a go if you wish! It is qiwyejriua
    6 Months of free premium when you sign up.

  4. I tried my best today, but the website crashed at midday and 3 min later all codes are gone 🙁
    Hope I can get a spare one when you get it, Rob.
    Thanks by the way

  5. I think last time was much more civilised when we e-mailed for a referral 🙂

    • And do you know how many hours that took me to sort out?!

      • the real harry1 says:

        heh heh!

      • Not difficult surely; your son or daughter would be well capable.

        • 8 year old kids have no idea what email is 🙂 It is all instant message.

        • Haha 😀 Just wait – a friend at work’s 9yo just got an email, he’s very proud and feels all grown-up – even though his email so far have only been to his Dad 🙂

          In general I can see that within-company messaging between people sitting at their desks works much better on the likes of Slack, but for asynchronous non-conversational stuff (or for those of us that are only at a desk sometimes) I still find email fantastic.

        • Anika and I have pretty much migrated to iMessage, unless there is a need to cut and paste a link from a desktop source.

        • Yes I know what you mean for quick stuff I use WhatsApp a lot (beats iMessage by being cross platform :P), email still handy for a lot of work stuff though in my job.

  6. I wasn’t even available to fight. Nice gesture Rob even though I didn’t personally benefit

  7. BigDave says:

    mine code is – free-rtuuor
    not sure what it does so not promising anything

  8. Adam M says:

    Thanks Rob – I was one of the lucky ones!