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

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Here is the latest edition of our fortnightly feature which summarises offers that are ending soon. It pulls together the different deals mentioned on our Avios Promos, Hotel Promos, Credit Cards and regular article pages.

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If you own a small business and don’t have an Amazon Business account yet, Wednesday is the last day to sign up and get a £50 discount when spending £100.  You MUST use our link to join – the details are here.  We’ll be doing a full reminder on this tomorrow.

Other interesting deals closing soon are the “3,000 Virgin Flying Club Miles with an international money transfer” and the ultra-generous 2,500 Miles&More miles with every Hilton stay – which is on top of the current double points promotion.

Monday is also the last day to save £100 on a BA economy cash flight for spending just 5,000 Avios – getting 2p per point!  Details here.

Deals closing soon:

Every day until mid November

You can win Marriott Rewards points or a hotel stay with their “29 Ways to Stay” daily play game.  Click here to play each day.

Monday 22nd October

Last day to get £100 off a British Airways economy flight when redeeming 5,000 Avios. Article.

Wednesday 24th October

Last day to get £50 off a £100 spent at Amazon Business. Article.

Tuesday 30th October

Last day for 20% bonus on transfers to Etihad Guest. Article.

Wednesday 31st October

Last day to save 20% when pre-booking Priority Pass entry to a No 1 Lounges lounge (visit by 31st December). Article.

Last day for 3,000 Virgin Flying Club miles with a Virgin International Money Transfer. Article.

Last day to complete your Hilton stay to receive 2,500 Miles&More miles. Article.

Last day to earn Avios with The Economist subscriptions. Article.

Last day to earn bonus Avios via Shell Drivers Club in the Pump Challenge. Article.

Last day for up to a 100% bonus when you buy IHG Rewards Club points. Article.

Last day for the Virgin Flying Club redemption US economy seat sale. Article.

Last day to earn 10 Miles&More miles per every £$€1 spent on Blacklane bookings (ride by 31st December). Article.

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Comments

  1. Amex ShopSmall runs from 1st to 16th December this year.
    There is still time to make sure that you have got the full set of supplementary cards as the offer is per card, not per account.
    Someone said earlier in the week that Lloyds cards do not count this year; has anyone got any information on that please? I suppose it will depend on whether ShopSmall appears on the Connect website.

    • Genghis says:

      Only 99 free supps on the BA cards

    • In the email Amex is sending out it says at the bottom that Lloyd’s Bank is excluded.

      • Thanks Liz. I missed that; a blow since we have four between us, probably same as you!

        • We have 2 Lloyd’s cards. I had to flight last year to get some manual credits from Lloyd’s. Decided I wouldn’t use them again anyway.

  2. 31st October is also apparently the date when HK airline pricing rules change. So there is the potential for airlines to adjust their exHKG pricing model after this date – permitting them to raise the cash element on redemptions. Having previously booked business class redemptions exHKG with about 10 GBP of taxes this was very nice.

  3. Did anyone notice that Blacklane changed their Miles & More 10 x miles offer to 2 x the last few days of October?

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