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Avios Ireland: 350 bonus Avios AND get double Avios for converting SuperValu points

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Whilst Tesco has a major presence in Ireland, AerClub has teamed up with supermarket chain SuperValu.

We have written about the relationship between SuperValu and AerClub a few times.

You earn one Real Rewards point for every €1 you spend in SuperValu.  You can convert Real Rewards points or Money Back vouchers into Avios at the rate of 1:1.  This makes it roughly half as generous as the Tesco partnership which gets you 2.4 Avios per £1 spent.

Two bonuses running at once

Last we month we wrote about a transfer bonus.  Until 8th April, you will get double Avios when converting Real Rewards points into Avios.  This means 1 Real Rewards point is worth 2 Avios.

However, a 2nd bonus has just been launched.

Until 30th April, you will receive 350 bonus Avios when you convert at least 250 Real Rewards points.

This means that – if you convert by 8th April – you would receive double points AND an extra 350 Avios on top.  250 Real Rewards points would get you (250 x 2 + 350) 850 Avios.

Full details of the 350 bonus points offer can be found on the AerClub site here.  The ‘double points’ offer has been removed from the site but should still be running.

PS.  If you visit Kildare Village on Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th April 2018 you will collect 4 Avios for every €1 spent during the event instead of the usual 1.25 Avios, with an extra bonus of 100 Avios on top.

PPS.  It seems that Aer Lingus has finally persuaded the dubious looking German nightclub Aer Club to sell the domain name ….

how to earn avios from credit cards

How to earn Avios from UK credit cards (June 2021)

As a reminder, there are various ways of earning Avios from UK credit cards.  Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses!

There are two official British Airways American Express cards:

British Airways American Express card

British Airways American Express

5,000 Avios for signing up, no annual fee and a companion voucher for spending £20,000 Read our full review

BA Premium Plus American Express card BAPP

British Airways American Express Premium Plus

25,000 Avios and the UK’s most valuable credit card perk – the 2-4-1 companion voucher Read our full review

You can also get generous sign-up bonuses by applying for American Express cards which earn Membership Rewards points, such as:

Nectar American Express

American Express Preferred Rewards Gold

Your best beginner’s card – 20,000 points, FREE for a year & two airport lounge passes Read our full review

American Express Platinum card Amex

The Platinum Card from American Express

30,000 points and an unbeatable set of travel benefits – for a fee Read our full review

We also recommend Capital On Tap for limited companies. You earn 1 Avios per £1 which is impressive for a Visa card:

Capital On Tap Business Rewards Visa

The most generous Avios Visa or Mastercard for a limited company Read our full review

Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which earn Avios. This includes both personal and small business cards.

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

Comments (5)

  • Tangey says:

    You’re welcome 🙂

    • Rob says:

      Was it you that emailed this to me yesterday? Sorry! Didn’t connect the two.

  • John says:

    “The ‘double points’ offer has been removed from the site but should still be running.”

    I’d be astonished if people get to double dip.

    Hard enough to get Aer Club to fulfil one offer nevermind two simultaneously.

    As chaotic as Gold Circle was.

    And weird, because it’s such a well run airline in other respects. IAG’s EI Business far better than IAG’S BA Club World.

    • Rob says:

      It was widely circulated by email wasn’t it? I doubt they can just call it cancelled because it had dropped off the website.

      • John says:

        They won’t call it anything, they’ll just not credit the points and ignore complaints!

        Although Gold Circle was rubbish, they were dealing with many fewer customers.

        Aer Lingus is booming thanks to the excellent transatlantic services (resulting in congestion at Dublin airport) and they seem to be struggling to cope with back office support.

        They’ve brought in somebody from Flybe (!) to improve matters and the US admin centre – or center – is being expanded to handle EU queries/complaints.

        Specifically though, when Tesco Ireland decided not to join Avios, I think Aer Club was hobbled from the start.

        Tesco’s marketing machine would have provided momentum, and a better range of offers than Musgrave/SuperValu.

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