ENDS TONIGHT: Win £600+ of suitcases with HFP and new Avios partner Rolling Luggage

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This week we are running a great competition in association with Rolling Luggage.  One Head for Points reader will win a pretty cool set of new suitcases, worth over £600.


Rolling Luggage is the latest company to join forces with Avios.  You now have the opportunity to collect Avios when buying luggage, either online or instore.

The luggage company, owned by the Samsonite Group, has stores in major airports as well as on high streets in the UK, Denmark, Ireland and Norway, although you can only collect Avios in the UK.  It sells brands such as Samsonite, TUMI, American Tourister, Lipault and Hartmann.

In the UK, you can find Rolling Luggage stores at the two Westfield centres in London and at St Pancras International station. You will also find them in the following airports:

  • London Heathrow (Terminal 3 Airside, Terminal 3 Landside, Terminal 4 Airside, Terminal 5A Airside, Terminal 5B Airside)
  • Manchester (Terminal 2 Airside, Terminal 3 Airside)
  • Luton
  • Edinburgh

How to collect Avios with Rolling Luggage

You can collect Avios with every purchase online and in their UK stores.

Customers must be members of British Airways Executive Club, AerClub or Avios Travel Rewards Programme (including Flybe)

You will earn 5 Avios per £1 spent

Customers will be awarded 1,000 bonus Avios on their first purchase at Rolling Luggage online or in store with a minimum spend of £100.

If the customer makes a second purchase online or in store within 12 months of the first purchase, 750 bonus Avios will be awarded with a minimum spend of £50.

You can check out their impressive selection on their website here.

Rolling Luggage Avios

Win with our exclusive competiton

To celebrate this new partnership, Rolling Luggage has offered Head for Points a suitcases set to give away in an exclusive competition.

The prize is a set of Cosmolite suitcases comprising:

1 x cabin case – 4 wheeled spinner – 55cm RRP £299
1 x medium case – 4 wheeled spinner – 75cm RRP £385

The set is available in two colours and the winner can choose which one they prefer. The colour options are Ice Blue or Black (see image below). Both cases must be the same colour.

If you don’t win, you can buy a Cosmolite suitcase from the Rolling Luggage site here.

Rolling Luggage Competition Luggage set

As always, all you have to do to enter this competition is fill out the Gleam widget at the bottom of this page with your name and email address.

You can have up to two entries per person:

You receive one entry automatically for completing your details

You receive a 2nd entry if you tick the box to sign up to Rolling Luggage’s email newsletter. A good reason to do this – apart from increasing your chances of winning – is that, once the competition has closed, Rolling Luggage will email you a 10% discount code valid off your first online order.

You need to enter by midnight tonight, Tuesdy 3rd October.  Entry is limited to UK residents only due to logistical delivery issues.

The formal version of the rules is in the widget below if you click ‘Terms & Conditions’.

If you can’t see the Gleam widget below click here to be taken to the special entry page.

Win £600+ of suitcases with new Avios partner Rolling Luggage

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  1. Nice competition, thanks.
    I looked up that smart American Tourister cabin bag they sell for £105 and with avois at 0.1p each thats £90 after the promo. Ok.. a 5 second Google search found it at £78.75 or another 15pct cheaper still, err…….

    • Would like to enter, but I am currently in Tokyo and apparently, the promotion isn’t available in my region…!

  2. Would love to enter but when I go to the link I get the following error:

    Sorry, this promotion is not available in your region

    I believe this is because the vessel I am currently working on (in the North Sea) uses a server (ISP) that is based in Scandinavia (Norway)…arrgh.

    So despite being a UK resident I cant enter.

  3. Rob Hutch says:

    UK resident on holiday in Portugal = no entry. FFS.

    • Calm down dear, there are plenty of ways around it.

    • Will you people never cease! This is getting really tedious. need your hand held every step of the way?

    • Billy-Bob says:

      Come on Hutch – you snowflake rabbit!!! Are you using the BBC iPlayer whilst on holiday too? There has to be a way of differentiating UK and non-UK residents, and via IP address location is currently the least worst way. And can quite easily be circumvented – and widely is- for nil cost.

      • Rob Brown says:

        I get stuck because my work use a french IP (As it is a french company) so I am going to have to go to the IT team and say that it is annoying that whilst I am skiving in the morning and reading a blog I can not enter the competition – and by the time I get home where I have a UK IP (at least I assume I do) I tend to forget that I need to enter. I will tell them that their policy is so outragous I almost have no choice but to spend my time here actually doing my job … almost!!

    • UK resident currently on holiday in Hungary, just entered with the help of Tunnelbear (also just played the National Lottery)

      • In Hungary….on holiday….playing the lottery back home?

        I’m clearly doing holidays all wrong.

  4. This is a decent compo Anika, appreciate HFP running it. Would love to win.

    To all the moaners, if you’re not currently in the UK, use a VPN or get a friend in the UK to enter for you. Oh and cheer up! 😀

    • I’m not moaning…just stating a fact…..considering the ‘promotion’ is targeted at travelers, surely HFP should have considered that many who will be reading this will be dotted all over the world:-/

  5. What ever happened to that whiskey competition? Have the results been announced?

  6. How are everyone’s luggage tags?

    • Mine hasn’t arrived yet, but my umbrella, purchased the previous day, arrived about 2 weeks ago! Maybe they ran out of tags for some strange reason…

      • Also hope they are honouring the 1000 avios deal which was offered before they introduced the £100 minimum purchase requirement, as those haven’t shown up yet either!

    • Hsergio10 says:

      +1 not shown yet (in BAEC account)

      I’m afraid I have to wait those 28 days window

    • Didn’t get luggage tag but did get new luggage lock which is good. Hoping they honour the 1k points. Not showing yet in my BAEC account.

      • My 2 tags arrived just fine, now I’ve been sent an email asking for a review, I’d rather have the points please!

        • Ditto. I might leave a review ofI get the points……. I’ll defintiely leave a negative review if I don’t get the points.

  7. So just blue and black then? Nothing more gender neutral or am I supposed to follow the link and pay for mine which conveniently only has female models to help me with my decision…..?

  8. the (albeit possibly an older model) 75cm version is available from amazon direct for over £100 less,, in fact I just bought one 🙂

  9. Ace Rimmer says:

    Brilliant competition. Just what I need for my up-and -coming three weeks in Hawaii (2-4-1 in First as far as San Jose, CA earned through getting brilliant – and free! – advice from this site) to celebrate end of paid employment

  10. When I try to enter, I put in my name and email, click “Continue”, then the next page says “Sorry you don’t appear to be logged in”, then it flicks back to this page. What’s going on?

  11. I’ll have to enter when I’m back from France. Won’t let me enter from Nice.

  12. OT: Am i eligible for compensation under EU regulation in the following scenario? My AB flight was cancelled less than 7days before departure. I booked rhthe flight through BA with avios.

    • the real harry1 says:

      yes – from AB – so you’ll get nothing, they’re going bump & you’re last in line

      BA owe you nothing in terms of compo but they should sort out your Avios & fees or re-route you

  13. Yes, but as AB is bust I doubt they are paying!

  14. Olly Loosemore says:

    As always, wanted to say thank you for the input you put into things. Have been visiting my sister using RFS for the past two years, in Business Class on BA. Mean’s I can go and see her, and her three screaming children much more often. And in November, my first big Avios redemption, Colombia with Iberia in Premium Economy. So thank you for all the hints and tips, it really is appreciated! And you throw in a competition or two as well!

  15. Phoned rolling luggage about much cheaper deals else where- they price matched which was good..

  16. Great competition. Thanks

    I need a new cabin case after BA managed to break mine putting/shoving it into at overhead locker.

  17. Hi Rob,

    Query for you unrelated to this post. I have spent around £13k on my free BA amex this year, the year ending in a few days. I could upgrade to the paid card and get my companion voucher, and then downgrade again but am not sure if it’s realistically worth the effort and checks on the credit score. I only have 10000 points at the minute and am not sure if i’ll be able to gather enough points within the next two years to make the companion voucher worthwhile. What is your opinion on it? How easy is the downgrade to the free card once you’ve upgraded?


    • It seems a shame not to – you could, after all, pick up 44,000 Avios in under a year simply by churning an Amex Gold (get, trigger bonus, cancel, wait 6 months, repeat) – or 88,000 plus referral bonuses if you referred your partner too.

      What are you down? £15 per month for the BAPP card. Assume you downgraded again after 2 months, that is £30 spent. Even if you used your 2-4-1 on 2 economy tickets to Spain, you’re saving 15,000 Avios which is worth £150 or so.

      • Point well made, I’ll get the upgrade done today. Do you know if the upgrade will appear as an additional application on the credit score? The adviser at AMEX said it wouldn’t but i’m dubious.

        • Spoke to AMEX – my cut off date for this year is the 3rd so they’ve said that I wont get the new card before then so wont get the companion voucher 🙁

  18. It’s a shame that even though this is a traveller website, if you are not in the UK (I am in the US on business) you cannot apply.

    • It is running for a week and I assume you have a VPN like TunnelBear on your laptop or phone anyway so you can keep watching Strictly …..

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