Qatar Airways launching new BRICS amenity kits

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If you have a Qatar Airways flight coming up, you may be interested to know that a new range of amenity kits has just been launched in both Business Class and First Class.   The bags continue to be designed by upmarket luggage brand BRIC’s.

New Qatar Airways BRICS amenity kit

To quote:

The new collection of BRIC’s amenity kits includes designs and contents created for both male and female passengers and features all natural Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio skin care products. The range includes lip balm, hydrating facial mist and anti-ageing moisturiser in Business Class, with Night Recovery Cream included in the First Class kits. Socks, eyeshades and earplugs complete the range, with the addition of a BRIC’s signature spectacle pouch and hairbrush in First Class.

For the first time, the versatile First Class female kit contains an adjustable strap that transforms it into a contemporary cross-body bag, enabling passengers to continue using their unique BRIC’s amenity kit as a fashion accessory. This kit comes in two colours, black with red trim and red with pink trim. The attractive First Class men’s kit comes in two colours, mustard yellow with navy trim and navy with green trim and can be reused as a washbag for years to come.

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  1. OT – AMEX Shop small promotion.

    Looking at the map of my area some of the “shop small” locations coming up are Costa Coffee, Superdrug, New Look and WH Smiths. I guess AMEX’s view of “small” has radically changed!

    • I have received a number of £5 ‘Promotion Credits’ probably from missing ShopSmall items. But on cards now closed so need to transfer to current card.
      But not on current purchases. There was a very brief reprise a few weeks ago with one per card on some cards (none of ours).

      • It’s not one per card

        That would have been ridiculous

      • Callum says:

        Why would it be ridiculous? Pretty sure mine also said once per card.

      • Tenner says:

        Callum, it’s an incentive to “Shop Small”, not “Shop Once”.

        “Pretty sure mine also said once per card” – Indeed, my own said the same, but it was simply poorly worded.

      • Rui N. says:

        In the US, Shop Small that only can be used once have been common, so it is expected that eventually they’ll come here as well.
        In one year, the Shop Small promo in December was simply “please use your Amex card to shop small”, not a cent was given.

    • Rob did an article on this promotion a week or so ago and it was definitley stated in that article that it was once per card for this particular promotion. If the map is accurate (and that is a big IF!) then the participating locations are not necessarily small. If the map is not accurate then you can’t rely on getting your fiver back no matter where you use it.

  2. Sent some points from Amex MR to Hilton honours last Tuesday. Still not arrived on the Hilton side.

    Accounts are linked and have don’t it before. What’s the hold up here?

    • Benylin says:

      Just for reference, not much help, I sent some on Saturday and got then yesterday. First time doing it to to my Hilton account.

  3. Chechire Pete says:

    DCC is just a fraud. I challenged Halifax Clarity why it’s not blocked as it serves no purpose on a 0% wholesale exchange rate card in any way or form, other than merchant banks trying to cream off profit. It should be banned permanently, never mind just prepaid products.

    • Shoestring says:

      the reason they have to offer DCC is legal/ down to competition law, ie it’s mandatory to allow other banks the opportunity to deal with your transaction. That’s why prepaid credit cards *don’t* have to offer DCC as you already selected the bank you prefer.

  4. Gounadave says:

    For new amenity kit read .Same contents in lower quality case . I speak from my flight on 01/04

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