A new £20 Eurowings American Express cashback deal has launched

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American Express has launched a cashback deal with Eurowings.  Eurowings is the Lufthansa-owned low cost carrier which now flies all of Lufthansa’s UK flights which do not go to its Frankfurt or Munich hubs – Berlin, Hamburg etc.

Eurowings American Express cashback

If your account is targeted and you register (see your online statement page) you will get £20 back on a £100 Eurowings transaction.  You need to make your booking by 19th March.

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  1. pointsarb says:

    Yes have stayed at Marriott Cancun resort. If you’re after a basic stay with no bells and whistles it will do the job. However, we now stay at JW Marriott next door which is much nicer and our now go to place in Cancun. Problem is there is a 15k per night points difference between the 2 properties so you need to weight this up. Also, I don’t recall paying any resort taxes on a points redemption at the Marriott properties in Cancun. Just back from JW on points actually and these taxes were definitely not levied. Can’t speak for the Marriott Cancun though if it has changed recently. Hope this helps.

    Sorry can’t speak for refunds on travel packages, I’ve used 3 so far but never had the need for a refund…..

    Enjoy Cancun if you go!

    • Cheers, I will bear in mind if resort fees are not charged on points stay.
      I hope they are not, but reservation do say resort fee is payable and was told so when I made the reservation over the phone.

      • pointsarb says:

        There should be no difference between treatment between travel package vs standard points redemption as far as resort fees go, well at least that’s been my experience anyway…..

      • Steve-B says:

        Indeed and if you do a dummy points booking it clearly adds resort fees and taxes which isn’t the case on other properties.

        All depends on whether you think you are getting a good deal over cash, factoring in these additional charges. Both of my recent Marriott redemptions have been north of 0.8p/pt which I have been happy with.

  2. pointsarb says:

    OT Used Curve to pay FX transfer on Azimo with underlying charge going to Virgin card. This has resulted in a cash advance fee and interest. If I use Curve’s ‘go back in time’ feature when the charge reverses will this reverse the cash advance fee and interest too or am I stuck with those?

    Does anybody know please?

    Thanks!

    • Did the cash advance fee and interest hit your online dashboard immediately, or did you have to wait until your statement to find out about them? (Apologies for not answering your question… I am not sure)

    • when i used back in time feature in similar circumstances, the bank (natwest) rep said it did not matter as the cash had already been taken out, but as a one off good will gesture they refunded fee and interest.

      • pointsarb says:

        Interesting Alex, thanks. I will speak to Virgin Money and hopefully I have the same luck as you!

  3. Mikeact says:

    Old news..alreday discussed.

    • Rude

    • Harsh

      • Mikeact says:

        Just arived back from hospital. Sorry, totally my fault…didn’t mean to be rude, in fact had positive comments to add on to my comments, but front door rang with Doctor waiting to come in, and then I realised that I hadn’t finished it but too late, while trying to find her on line prescription…again, apologies.

      • No harsh feelings whatsoever! You’re right, I missed the discussion yesterday.
        Also, wow, where else on the internet will you get an apology for such a minor faux pas…

  4. Separate your bookings?

    • Joe Green says:

      Doesn’t help as paying 271 for 3 flights so can only triggerr 600 spend with all 3 tickets.

  5. I have 2x Eurowings offer… anywhere decent to go from London? Or is it Germany only.

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  7. Benylin says:

    OT: Curve first £500 transaction cost free for fx per month, is there a way to keep track of this?

    • No – quite a few of us have said to them need to look at trackers – also for free Amex top-up limits. Curve Black as no extra FX fees after £500 (just the usual weekend ones).

      • When does the additional charge become apparent? Is it buried in the stated exchange rate? I’m over £500 for the month but no mention of any charges.

        • Sorry don’t have blue so I don’t know. Suspect it may not be applied (a la ATMs). Only one that definitely seems to be charged now is Amex topups over £1k

  8. Harshaw Paruchuri says:

    I never seem to get the travel offers on my Amex. any specific spending/usage pattern to trigger this ? I have a BA Amex premium and a Amex Plat charge card(more than 6 years now that i have had the cards and pretty high credit limit 2xxxx)

    • There doesn’t seem to be a pattern. More recently it seems to be the case the good offers are in Amex cards, not the co-branded ones. So Plat and Gold better than BA and SPG.
      I seem to recall there was some suggestion that deleting your online account, setting up a new one and moving cards to it can help.
      Also do check online and not just the app.

      • Setting up a new account and moving cards doesn’t work for offers. The only way to get offers back is to churn the card. I just cancelled BAPP which I had for 8 years. Then following a trip in April, I will be cancelling Plat and get the cards again. Amex has some sort of IT glitch on some accounts as the system thinks I haven’t activated cards even though I have been using them extensively. Amex CS, IT, Marketing departments are clueless.

      • Yeah my Plat has about 40 offers just now! Lots of them pretty useless but had thousands in value from others!

  9. Anybody know if you have an ambassador free night cert with expiry saying 04/19, is this ok to use within the month of April?

  10. Got rather excited just now when a small box from Amex was delivered by the postman. It was BA Premium Plus branded whith images of friends enjoying themselves so I thought I had been sent a gift – but imagine my disappointment upon opening to find that it just had some printed referral cards in it!

  11. I don’t have the offer this time but in the past topping up at the machines and buying travel cards haven’t triggered the offer for me. You have to use the card to tap in to trigger the offer I think.

    • Makes sense, and I doubt IT systems would have gotten worse over time. Thanks!
      I’ll report back if and when my Oyster transactions posts.

    • Tested with an MCC revealing card – the ticket barriers have 4111 (“Local/Suburban Commuter Passenger Transportation”), everything else I’ve tried (ticket machines, the top up your Oyster online website, the app) have 4112 (“Passenger Railways”). Couldn’t find a way to make it work.

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