Get 600 easy FREE Avios when you join ‘Rewards for Thoughts’

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One of the lesser known British Airways Executive Club partners is market research group ‘Rewards for Thoughts‘.  It is offering a generous 600 Avios points just for signing up and completing one survey.

You can find details on here.

Rewards for Thoughts earn Avios

It seems simple enough.  Once you sign up, you will be emailed consumer surveys on an occasional basis.

You will earn 25 Avios for every short survey you complete and 50 Avios for every long survey.  The points will post within five days, they promise.

To be honest, I doubt this is worth your time for such a small number of points but you could always do them on the train in the morning or in front of the TV.

However, when you complete your first survey you will receive a bonus of 600 Avios points.  This is more like it!

Whether or not you cancel your membership after the points post from your first survey is up to you.  It is worth joining and completing one survey.

You can join via this page of the British Airways website.

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  1. Tried to sign up for the Surveys
    Kept telling me that my email address was invalid???

  2. RonaldDacey says:

    Was I get through to the survey I get:

    We were not able to send you to the survey at this time, most likely due to a configuration error.

  3. Henry Larsen says:

    Only for UK residents

  4. Scam … 20 mins later and I still haven’t completed a entire survey. Keep stopping half way through and resetting itself …. asking me to try another

  5. Seems like a total rubbish scam. I get three emails a day asking my to complete a survey but when I click on take the survey it says ‘try again later ‘

    No chance of clocking up your 600 points.

    Any comments HFP?

    • Shoestring says:

      sure, I set up 6 a/cs on the 20th (all genuine people in our HHA) and they did 6 trouble-free surveys straight away, OK a couple of times a survey wasn’t the one for us 🙂 – but they just immediately opened up another survey

      and it’s extremely easy to unsubscribe if you don’t want further emails

      not a scam, but possibly they reached their current quota/ or user error, lack of patience

    • RFT has been going for many, many years and has been a BA partner for eons too. Clearly many people find it useful, but an equal number find them a pain in the arse after a while. Wait for a short survey you can qualify for, do it and then cancel!

  6. I signed up for rewards for thought and did the survey and earned my 600 avoid. Now I want to close my account and there is no way to do this on their site. I have contacted them 3 times over the last 1-2 weeks with no reply. I’m concerned as they have all my details and I wish to close my account. They are effectively now holding all my details against my will
    Head for points – you suggest in your article that one could just cancel membership. I d9nt see how this is possible on the rewards for thoughts website

    • Shoestring says:

      try a bit harder

      I allow collection, use and sharing of my profile data for the purpose of participating in market research. You can opt-out at any time.

      10. Opt-Out Policy.

      Panel members may opt-out from using the Services (including, without limitation, from receiving newsletters or communications), at any time, by: (i) following the unsubscribe procedures described on the Website or contained in any email received from Dynata; or (ii) by sending an email to the Panel member services team. Dynata shall use reasonable efforts to read and respond to each email request within a reasonable period of time after receipt. Upon termination, a Panel member’s contact information will be removed from any further communication or contact lists. Please allow a few days for the complete removal of contact information from Dynata’s communication or contact lists for the Panel; during which period the member may receive communications which were created or compiled prior to termination. Please see Dynata’s privacy policy for information on how Dynata handles information and data following an unsubscribe, termination, or opt-out request (“Dynata’s Privacy Policy”).

  7. I would add caution to signing up. Received my bonus and then unsubscribed and even cancelled the a/c ,BUT still continue to receive emails ( which you could now say is spam) Have sent a polite email and just had a moan via their online contact form to see if that will help.

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