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Win 50,000 Avios points with Avis and Aer Lingus (enter in two minutes, no rental required!)

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Avis and Aer Lingus AerClub have launched a competition to win one of five prizes of 50,000 Avios.

The good news is that there is virtually no effort required to enter as long as you are already an Aer Lingus AerClub member.

(If not, you can sign up for free via this page of the Aer Lingus website.)

If you win, your prize will be dropped into your AerClub account, but you can move the Avios across to British Airways Executive Club in two minutes by using ‘Combine Your Avios’.

You can enter via this special page of the Avis website.

Win 50000 Avios with Avis and Aer Lingus

There are three questions to answer:

How many bonus Avios will AerClub members collect when they book a car group C or above for 3 or more days with Avis between 1st October – 30th November 2019 for rental between 1st October – 15th December 2019?

Answer: 700

AerClub members are entitled to a free additional driver on every Avis rental? (True or False?)

Answer: True

When AerClub members join Avis Preferred how many bonus Avios will they collect on their first Preferred rental?

Answer: 1,000

The closing date is 30th November.  It is one entry per person and you must be over 18 years old.

Click here to enter.  Remember that you need a 3081XXXXXXXX AerClub number to enter, and not a British Airways Executive Club membership number.

There are no residency restrictions – you do not need to live in Ireland to take part.  Good luck!

Want to know more about redeeming Avios on Aer Lingus?

This HFP article shows you everything you need to know about how to redeem Avios points on Aer Lingus which can lead to substantial tax savings when flying to North America!

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Comments (36)

  • Graeme says:

    Lovely, thanks Rob!

  • Ray says:

    Hi would love to do this comp, reading the article a line states you can enter but then no link
    how do I get the the page ? thanks all

    • MD says:

      Turn off your ad blocker and you will see the link magically appear.

      • Rhys says:

        easiest to whitelist HFP and then you won’t have this problem in the future, either. And you help pay my salary 😉

  • Ray says:

    Thank you so much all sorted !

  • TripRep says:

    Appreciate you highlighting this thanks!

  • southlondonphil says:

    Wouldn’t let me create an AerClub account, went through entire process of filling in personal details etc only to get “Unfortunately we are unable to complete your registration” message. Ideas?

    As the likelihood of me using Aer Lingus is minimal and my reason for signing up is mainly to enter the competition the difficulty in doing so now doesn’t seem worth the time thus far expended and I’d rather forget the whole exercise. . Now, though, I’ve ended up with a (fairy pointless) registration on Aer Lingus site itself, no access tyo AerVlub, and seemingly no obvious way to get Aer Lingus to delete the details they do have. Annnoying to say the least!

    • southlondonphil says:

      Managed to sign up through a process of trial and error. Turns out that the registration page has some very specific and limiting validations that aren’t made particularly clear.

      1) Remove spaces from the middle of UK postcodes and 2) ‘Area Code’ on phone number (Mobile or Landline) must be 3 figures only, ‘Local Number’ must be no more than 7 figures. These 2 are metioned in the FAQ if you can find it.

      I still had no luck after about 30 minutes of fannying about with Customer Support (who were no use) so in a desperate flash of inspiration I removed the street name from “address Line 1′, leaving just the apartmrnt number and postcode.

      To my surprise, that actually worked! I was then able to log in to the account and put back the street address from the field I had just removed it from. Crazy!

      • Tubbs says:

        Really helpful thanks. Finally managed to set up an account following your approach.

  • Alex says:

    Got same message