Avios Ireland: 50% bonus Avios in AerClub with SuperValu

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Whilst Tesco has a major presence in Ireland, AerClub has teamed up with supermarket chain SuperValu.

We have written about the relationship between SuperValu and AerClub a few times.

SuperValu

You earn one Real Rewards point for every €1 you spend in SuperValu.  You can convert Real Rewards points on Money Back vouchers into Avios at the rate of 1:1.  This makes it roughly half as generous as the Tesco partnership which gets you 2.4 Avios per £1 spent.

Aer Club and Real Rewards have teamed up to offer another transfer bonus.  Until 13th September, you will get 50% bonus Avios when converting Real Rewards points into Avios

This means 1 Real Rewards point is worth 1.5 Avios.

(Regular readers will have spotted a worrying pattern in these bonuses.  They started off as triple Avios.  They then did a few with double Avios.  The last couple have been 50% bonus Avios …..)

The minimum transfer level is 50 Real Rewards points or a €2.50 Money Back Voucher.

Full details can be found on the SuperValu site here.

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Comments

  1. Hi Anika,

    This is great to know thanks, one piece of feedback is that Supervalu have 50% more stores compared to Tesco Ireland and also compared to Dunnes Stores, so the reporting every time of Tesco having a major presence here isn’t completely true. It makes alot of sense why they would go with Supervalu

    Chris

    • Tesco certainly has a major presence in Ireland, being one of the major supermarkets. They have pretty much the same market share as SuperValu and Dunne’s, all around 21-22%. SuperValu operates a different model with a larger number of small stores which provides a larger geographic spread, but Tesco has larger stores in urban centres and so have pretty much the same number of customers.

  2. To be honest my clubcard gets swiped in Dublin/ Navan Tesco every time l visit, and cc pts post. Always amazes me. My lot shop in Supervalue more than T, but find aerclub a pain to deal with. Very hard to find someone who knows their own system!

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