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Important dates for your diary – offers about to close which you shouldn’t miss (March ’19)

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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

Today’s list of deals closing soon is not too exciting and fairly short, as it usually is mid-month. There are a couple of good flight sales (BA and KLM/Air France), you can still book an InterContinental Club room or suite for three nights at the price of two and don’t forget that the 15th is the last day to register for IHG’s latest Accelerate-style promotion.

It’s also worth noting that Hyatt will change some of its reward pricing after 17th March, so you should try to lock in bookings at affected hotels before then.

Deals closing soon

Sunday 10th March

Last day to book InterContinental‘s 3 for 2 on Club Rooms and Suites offer. Article.

Last day to get £8 off an Addison Lee ride of £15+ for new users. Article.

Monday 11th March

Last day to book a BA Club World return flight to Osaka for £1,999. Article.

Thursday 14th March

Last day for the KLM / Air France Business Class sale. Article.

Friday 15th March

Last day to register for IHG‘s Accelerate-style promotion for January to April. Article.

Sunday 17th March

Last day to book World of Hyatt redemptions before the pricing changes begin.  Article.

Tuesday 19th March

First day for Marriott stays to count towards the new bonus points promotion.  Article.

Last day for the British Airways luxury flights and holidays sale. Article.

Last day for £20 Eurowings cashback with Amex if targeted. Article.

Comments (19)

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  • BJ says:

    Thursday 28th March
    The last day to flee Brexit Britain?

    • Mark2 says:

      I predict that we shall not even pretend to leave; the Fifth Column is too strong.

      • BJ says:

        Personally, I am caught between a rock and a hard place, would prefer not to leave at all but would prefer to leave with no deal than May’s deal.

        • Rob says:

          I’m assuming you have actually seen the list of tariffs you would need to impose under WTO rules, a set of rules so stringent that no-one in the world actually uses them?

        • Peter 64K says:

          The WTO tariffs & rules sound a bit like dwarf bread. You’ll never go hungry if you have dwarf bread because, as soon as you look at it, you can instantly think of 1000 things more palatable than dwarf bread. Like grass, gravel, your own foot…

        • BJ says:

          @Rob, that’s the whole point… a no deal might be the dose of salts required to bring the country back to its senses!

        • Lady London says:

          The EU needs us to eat dwarf bread. so the rest of them don’t try to leave too.

        • Shoestring says:

          @BJ – hard to fathom the stupidity of other people, sometimes.

          Talk about turkeys voting for Christmas!

    • Polly says:


    • David says:

      You’re wrong anyway though – the moment of Brexit is scheduled for 11pm on 29th March, so fleeing (if you want to) on 29th March will still be fine unless you’re on a very late-night flight…

      • BJ says:

        I was counting on remainners to have enough sense to get out a day early at the latest…

        • Shoestring says:

          I’m trying to work out why only I have missed out on a passport: my wife already has 2, my kids have dual nationality & are entitled to 2 if we stump up the passport money, only yours truly is mug enough to be 100% Brit

        • Shoestring says:

          I could always go live in NZ if I felt like it! (indefinite returning residents’ visa)

        • Doug M says:

          Also feeling left out. Can’t even muster an Irish grandparent 🙁

        • Mark2 says:

          Having two nationalities/passports makes you look very suspicious.

          • Rob says:

            My wife and my kids have two now! Anyone with an Irish parent or grandparent is likely to have got a 2nd one recently.

        • Shoestring says:

          @Mark2 are you OK, mate? You’ve been posting some odd things.

        • BJ says:


  • Adam says:

    31 March, last day to stay for Radisson promo as well.

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