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50% bonus on Heathrow Rewards transfers to Avios – sign-up promo now worth 4,500 Avios

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Heathrow Rewards, the loyalty scheme for shopping at Heathrow, will today launch a 50% bonus on transfers to Avios.

Heathrow Rewards gives you 1 point for every £1 spent in Heathrow (1 per £10 on foreign exchange) or on Heathrow Express tickets (online bookings only). Once you’ve earned 250 points you can exchange them for miles or shopping vouchers.

The offer should be clearly flagged on the Avios page of the Heathrow Rewards site when you log in.  If it isn’t showing, wait a couple of hours as it may not yet be live.

This offer ONLY applies to Avios and does not apply to:

Emirates Skywards

Virgin Flying Club

Etihad Guest

Lufthansa Miles & More

…… although there is an existing 50% transfer bonus to Lufthansa which is still running for another week.

The bonus applies to all transfers to any of the Avios schemes (AerClub, British Airways Executive Club, avios.com) made before 30th September.

The minimum transfer is 250 Heathrow Rewards points which, with the bonus, will get you 375 Avios.  The main alternative to taking miles is waiting until you have 500 points and exchanging them for a £5 Heathrow shopping voucher.

Do NOT convert Emirates Skywards or Lufthansa Miles & More miles into Heathrow Rewards in order to send them on to Avios, as that isn’t possible.  Transfers into Heathrow Rewards from Emirates and Lufthansa can only be used for shopping vouchers.

Heathrow Rewards

This is why the deal is especially interesting:

You can currently earn 3,000 Heathrow Rewards points by opening an account and spending £150 in one day.

This is a very generous offer – as good as it has ever got with Heathrow Rewards.

You can combine these two deals as long as you do your qualifying spend this month.

Open a Heathrow Rewards account, spend £150 in a day and you will receive your 3,000 points.  Convert these to Avios before 30th September and you will receive 4,500 points!

The link to the 3,000 point sign-up offer is on the avios.com website here.

(Want to earn more Avios?  Click here to visit our home page for the latest articles on earning and spending your Avios points and click here to see how to earn more Avios from current offers and promotions.)

 

Comments (67)

  • Rashad says:

    OT I am 25 points short on HeathrowRewars is there any scheme I can transfer points from to make it 1000HR points to take advantage of this bonus transfer?

    • Rob says:

      No. Only booking a hotel via Rocketmiles and crediting it to HR is a way to earn points externally that would be allowed to be transferred to an airline.

  • Alex W says:

    Don’t forget to register Teddy as an Etihad credit card holder to get double HR points!

  • Cate says:

    We’re at T5 over the weekend and haven’t joined this as fly out of gatwicke. Does the £150 spend have to be the same day you join? I take it both myself and partner can join separately and get 2x the bonus avios?? Thanks

    • Johnny_c-l says:

      You can have your cake and eat it on this one… sign the both of you up now – use the app for the barcode if the cards don’t arrive in time – spend 150 GBP each then xfr by end of September to get 9,000 bonus avios between you!

      Don’t need to sign up the same day, do it now and download the app / passbook.

      Your cat might also want to make use of this offer if you wanted to spend another £150 for 4,500 Avios…

      • Cate says:

        LoL!! My ‘cat’ has died so many times since I started collecting points……

        Thanks Johnny_c-l, really helpful info – will do it today.

  • Rob says:

    Great, glad you enjoyed it.

  • Harry says:

    I can’t see the info for the £150 in one day bonus – where is in on the page? Is it still live?

  • Andrew says:

    Do you know if purchasing tickets on the Heathrow Express counts towards the £150 spend?

    • Rob says:

      I guess so, but it is £150 in a day and who knows when they date the credit? Purchase day? Travel day? Few days after purchase?