Maximise your Avios, air miles and hotel points

Earn 6,000 Accor hotel points (= 6,000 Avios) via a new Europcar promotion

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UPDATE – JANUARY 2021:  This article is now out of date, but don’t worry.  We produce a monthly summary of the top hotel bonus point offers – please click HERE or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ menu above. 

Accor is not currently running a global bonus points promotion.

You can get up to €120 of Accor hotel vouchers or 6,000 Avios with your next Europcar rental.

If you find yourself booking a car this Autumn, Europcar has an interesting offer with Le Club AccorHotels, the loyalty scheme for Ibis, Novotel, Mercure, Sofitel etc.

If you book by 27th September for rentals completed by 15th December, you will get:

500 Accor points for a 1-4 day rental

1,000 Accor points for a 5-7 day rental

6,000 Accor points for a 8+ day rental

Your rental needs to be in France, Germany, Australia, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, Portugal, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Poland or the UK.

Europcar Le Club Accorhotels promotion

1 Accor point is worth 2 Eurocents of credit towards an Accor hotel stay or 1 Avios point if you convert to Iberia Plus.  Do not convert to British Airways Executive Club as you only get 0.5 Avios points per Accor point.  You can easily move your Avios from Iberia Plus to British Airways Executive Club via ‘Combine My Avios’.

Whilst it is obviously tempting to take the Avios, do the maths first.  You are swapping 2 Eurocents of hotel stays (1.75p) for 1 Avios.  It might make more sense to use the 6,000 Accor points towards a €120 discount on a hotel stay instead.

Full details are on the Europcar website here.

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

(New to Accor Live Limitless?  Read our two-part overview of Accor Live Limitless here and here and our article on expiry rules here.)