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Get up to €60 of Accor hotel vouchers with a Europcar rental

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The best car rental deal of the week was clearly Virgin Atlantic’s new offer of a whopping 6,000 Flying Club miles with a 2+ day Avis rental.

If you find yourself booking a car from Europcar instead, there is an interesting offer with Le Club AccorHotels, the loyalty scheme for Ibis, Novotel, Mercure, Sofitel etc.

Accor Europcar offer

If you book by 31st January for rentals completed by 15th June, you will get:

750 Accor points for a 1-4 day rental

1,500 Accor points for a 5-7 day rental

3,000 Accor points for a 8+ day rental

1 Accor point is worth 2 Eurocents of credit towards an Accor hotel stay or 1 Avios point if you convert to Iberia Plus.  Do not convert to BA as you only get 0.5 Avios points per Accor point.

Full details are on the Europcar website here.  US and Canada rentals do not qualify.

Accor Live Limitless update – May 2023:

Earn bonus Accor points: Accor is not currently running a global promotion

New to Accor Live Limitless?  Read our review of Accor Live Limitless here and our article on points expiry rules here. Our analysis of what Accor Live Limitless points are worth is here.

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from Accor and the other major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Comments (78)

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  • TripleB says:

    Initially the groupon site showed all packages as unavailable. After rebooting the pc – they all showed as available. Bought a 2000 one and am now having the issues many have previously had (although I have never had – I try to buy the 2000 pack every time it comes out) getting the voucher to convert. Have tried 4 different devices and 3 different browsers – no luck so far. Will try again in a day or so.

  • Mark says:

    I did the Europcar from Glasgow airport to Birmingham Airport one way for £1. I couldn’t believe it when I got a 1.2lr mini . It was a long and expensive petrol journey.

    However I was surprised I got 250 le Accor points credited to my account for my one day hire.

    • mark2 says:

      How far in advance did you book Mark please?
      I can only see seven days ahead after a long wait.

      • Mark says:

        It was within 7 days I booked it was a last minute thing with a change of flight. You are right about the long wait thought it takes ages to load.

  • W says:

    Can somebody help me with this? How do I enrol the platinum supplementary card member for the hotel statuses? I remember that on the old amex site it was quite straightforward, but on the new one I completely fail to see any options of doing this (spg, primarily).


  • K says:

    Apologies for posting non related stuff. Looking for some help here. If one cancels the AMEX Platinum charge card, how soon after that does the free Priority Pass gets cancelled? Not sure how it works, does PP taps into a database every time you access a lounge?

  • Nick says:

    Is this possible (and apologies if a silly question)?

    Both my parents have their own Amex Gold accounts – they have triggered the bonus and have the points and want to close these (I can now gift them a gold card each from my Platinum). Can they transfer the points to an account where they are supplementary card holders i.e. my BAPP account?

    If not I suppose they will need to transfer to BA Exec Club before closing.

  • Delbert says:

    OT but Accor related. Waited for the private sale to start which it did earlier this week. Have three hotel bookings that I need to make but what a miserable sale, no discounts whatsoever. Always managed to get some half sensible discounts in years gone by. I’m going to book anyway as we happen to like the hotels. Thanks for nothing, Accor.

    • Nick says:

      Are you serious? Complaining because Accor won’t discount something you’ve just said you’ll buy regardless? Do you have any idea how business (and marketing) works?!

      • Delbert says:

        I now know how Accor marketing works, don’t I? Advertise a sale that’s not actually a sale.

        As I said, in previous years there were genuine discounts in the same hotels that I booked last night but not this year. So rather a pointless exercise advertising a sale in the first place.

  • Artem says:

    OT: if I, as a holder of an SPG Amex, refer someone for Amex Nectar card, will I get 5000 points for referring?

  • Cate says:

    OT, just in case anyone is interested given the recent Qatar sale, the Marriott Marquis City Center Doha Hotel (Cat 4) is on the point saver’s list reduced from 20,000 points to 15,000.

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