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A new Qatar Airways flight discount code is launched

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Qatar Airways has launched a 15% discount code on the base fare, valid in Economy and Business, for flights from the UK on four new routes:

  • Canberra
  • Chiang Mai
  • Pattaya
  • Penang

The promo code to use on the Qatar Airways website here is FLYQRUK.  You need to book by 17th February for travel by any point until 1st February 2019.  “Peak black out travel dates apply.”

Qatar Airways discount code

Meanwhile, if you can connect to Dublin easily, you can save 15% on Chiang Mai, Penang, Canberra, Bangkok, Sydney, Bali, Perth, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Auckland, Cape Town, Singapore, Johannesburg, Lahore and Hong Kong.

The code you need for Dublin departures is IEFLYQR.  The same travel dates apply as for the UK offer.

Your best option to maximise your miles when paying is American Express Preferred Rewards Gold.  This offers double points – 2 per £1 – when you when you book flight tickets directly with an airline.  Our review of Amex Gold is here.

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Comments (146)

  • william merrett says:

    Completely OT, ref melia rewards – as a Gold via amex plat who registered 2 years ago my account is still showing gold but the 3 x 20% off vouchers are not available. Is this a change or could it be that it’s due to some tech error as a result of qualifying through amex plat?

    Really used to make the most of that benefit!

  • Matt says:

    I got a quick debit card replacement from Curve but I also got declined when trying to process HMRC. Will hope for a better result in July… Moving money in to Tesco Current Account, paying via Curve and Tesco Dedbit for Curve points and Clubcard points at 1 point per 8 pound and rounding up to the next £8.

  • Hanna says:

    £50,000 yearly (rolling 365 days) is a bit low for HMRC payments, but it’s better than nothing. Maybe some better account or card will come up by the end of year.

  • JD says:

    Hi all just tried to pay into my gov.uk tax free childcare account and got invalid card number message. Any one else having any luck here?