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Important dates for your diary – offers about to close which you shouldn’t miss (May ’18)

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Here is the latest edition of our regular feature which summarises offers that are ending soon.

It pulls together the different deals mentioned on our Top Avios Points Earning Offers, Top Hotel Bonus Points Offers and Top UK Credit Card Offers pages.

Miles and points offers which are about to close

It is a pretty quiet period at the moment.  I would probably highlight the current Accor (Ibis, Novotel, Mercure, Pullman etc) offer of double or triple points on UK hotels if booked by Friday.

Deals closing soon

Sunday 13th May

Last day to book in BA‘s ‘Kids Fly Free’ promotion (travel by 5th November).  Article.

Tuesday 15th May

Last day to book an Avis rental under the current IHG Rewards Club offer.  Article.

Thursday 17th May

Last day for £40 off Virgin Atlantic economy flights to New York.  Article.

Friday 18th May

Last day to book UK Accor stays to earn double or triple points (stay by 18th June).  Article.

Saturday 19th May

Last day to use £10 cashback on Heathrow Express tickets via Amex offers if targeted.  Article.

Wednesday 23rd May

Last day to save 40% when you buy World of Hyatt points.  Article.

Thursday 31st May

Last day to get 8,000 Virgin Flying Club miles for opening an ISA. Article.

Last day for 13,200 Avios with The Economist. Article.

Last day for 12,000 Miles & More miles with The EconomistArticle.

Last day to get 25% – 50% bonus converting Heathrow Rewards points to KrisFlyerArticle.

Last day to get 2,500 Heathrow Rewards points with a Rocketmiles hotel booking.  Article.

Last day to get a 25% American Airlines bonus miles when you transfer certain hotel points.  Article.

Last day for 10% off at minicabit with our exclusive code.  Article.

Comments (8)

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  • Polly says:

    Will Marriot be a Platinum partner once SPG goes l wonder? Just thinking how to collect AA miles ongoing..any ideas anyone?

    • TGLoyalty says:

      I hope so since they are keeping the SPG card relationship atleast until the new programme in 2019

    • JamesB says:

      Personally I doubt it because they would need to replace a 25 night beinefit with a fifty night benefit to make that possible. However, here’s hoping.

      • TGLoyalty says:

        Gold status is staying that’s confirmed.

        The OP was talking about points transfer for AA miles which wouldn’t be related to any status offer anyway.

  • JOHN CONNOR says:

    Rob, many thanks for the heads up on the Iberia Manchester-Madrid AVIOS offer.

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