Earn 2,000 Avios with ANY hotel booking, however cheap, via our current Kaligo.com offer

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Between 15th October and 14th November we are running an exclusive promotion with hotel booking site Kaligo.com, the booking site which awards Avios points with every hotel you book.

If you spend over £700 on hotels at Kaligo.com before midnight on Wednesday 14th November, across one or numerous bookings, you will receive 8,000 bonus Avios.  These points are in addition to the everyday benefit of 5 – 10 Avios per £1 spent you will receive for every booking all year round.

This offer is open to both new and existing Kaligo.com customers and is valid for stays until 30th June 2019.  Full details are in this HFP article.

However ….

There is a second part to our exclusive Kaligo.com promotion which I think is getting overlooked because it is a little tricky to push two different marketing messages at once.

If you are a new customer and have never before booked a hotel on Kaligo.com before, you will earn an additional 2,000 Avios with your first booking of any value.

You have until 14th November to book but your stay can be at any point up to 30th June 2019.

Kaligo Head for Points offer

For clarity ….

You DON’T need to make £700-worth of bookings to receive the 2,000 bonus Avios for being a new Kaligo.com customer.

Any hotel, anywhere, will do the trick (as long as you turn up and check in!) if you have never booked via Kaligo.com before.

Even a very cheap one night stay somewhere – perhaps £30-£40 – will trigger the 2,000 bonus Avios plus the base Avios for your stay.

You must register

You MUST book at this special HFP promotional website in order to receive the bonus.

As usual with such promotions, you need to check your pricing before you book.  Kaligo.com is not always the cheapest place to book – it depends on the property. However, when you factor in the value of the 2,000 bonus Avios points – plus the base Avios you earn from your stay – on a potentially low cost one-night stay they should be looking pretty good indeed.

Remember that you will usually not earn points for your room spend in any hotel loyalty programme linked to the property you book if you use Kaligo.com (or indeed any third-party hotel booking site). Depending on the hotel, you may receive status benefits or points for your food and drink spend.


Even if you have no intention of spending £700 with Kaligo.com by 14th November in order to earn 8,000 bonus Avios, you should – if you have never booked with them before – seriously think about putting one night their way in order to earn the 2,000 bonus Avios as a first-time booker.

Remember that you MUST book via this page on the Kaligo.com website.

It is fair to say that Kaligo.com’s customer service is excellent – their representatives even pop up on social media to answer queries – so you should have no concerns at all about your bonus posting properly.  The company is also very punctual at posting your Avios posts once you have checked out.  If you do have any issues, we can send you directly to the right people.

Thanks to the team at Kaligo.com for making this exclusive deal available to Head for Points readers.

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

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  1. There’s a few hotels I could get to which cost €15 or so. I can do the check in-if that’s needed. Is it worth it?

    As I’m quite brand loyal, I don’t want to lose my points and benefits for 2k Avvies.

    • Peter K says:

      Depends on what you value avios at. If 1p each and it costs you nothing to get to the hotel, then might be worth it. If you vague at 0.5p each then not worth it.

  2. Trying to search for a hotel at Dublin Airport. Doesn’t recognise it, just Dublin City Hall? Can’t even search for airport hotels using map feature. Have to give this a pass and book directly.

    • “Can’t even search for airport hotels using map feature.”

      Well, that’s not true. Just moving the map around brings up 2 Hotels on the Dublin Airport site (Maldron & Raddisson Blu), and a further dozen or so within a short taxi hop.

  3. Tesco Premium Credit Card is once again treating all Curve transactions as cash withdrawals, with associated fees. (I just called them and checked). This after following all the advice in the “paying your HMRC bill using Curve” article which makes no mention of the issue with Tesco. Fortunately my losses are limited because my Curve card is new and I was only able to make a few small payments of £100 before the problem became apparent.

    Presumably the only alternative is to charge the HMRC payments to the Lloyds Avios Mastercard, which would at least yield avios with no exrta charges (albeit fewer avios than would have been the case through Tesco and Clubcard…)

  4. Tracy McLaughlin says:

    Just booked a much needed night away, Hilton points, extra Avios and booked on BA Amex using the free 500avios offer. Win win win I think. Thanks ????

  5. Does this work only once? Or once per email address?

  6. Thanks for this offer. I signed up to them last year but couldn’t find a decent deal I could use at that time.

    I’ve now booked 3 nights in Dusseldorf for only a fiver a night more than the best offer I could find. I’ll pick up 13700 including the 10k bonus. Can’t argue with that for £15.

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