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(ALL GONE) 65 AwardWallet upgrade codes available below

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As I previewed earlier today, here are the 65 AwardWallet upgrade codes that I currently have to give away.

You can find out more about AwardWallet, which is free to join, in my earlier article here.

There is no easy way of dishing these out so it is first come, first served. Cut and paste one at random from the list and see if it works. If it does, you’ll get a 6-month upgrade to AwardWallet Plus. If you are already on the Plus level, you will get a six month extension.

If the code doesn’t work, it means another reader has already used it.  Try another.

My gut feeling is that these codes will disappear in about 10 minutes. I will tidy up the list later in the afternoon in case any got missed as I can see from my account which ones were not used.

To use a code, you need to be on the desktop version of AwardWallet (I think). Click on your name in the top left hand corner and it will reveal an option called ‘Upgrade Using A Coupon’. Cut and paste the code there.

Here we go:


Comments (119)

  • tom1 says:

    o/t amex referral tracking
    Has anyone had a successful referral recently with points issued at the same time as cards despatched?

    • guesswho2000 says:

      I did around a month ago, PRG Credit referred SPG, 6k MR appeared within a few days, before the SPG arrived.

      • tom1 says:

        Thanks, I still have 2 that didn’t track, and I know the people I referred def used my link because I sat with them while they did it.
        Hopefully that’s now resolved now the new referral year is here.

  • Will T says:

    I might have missed the readers of this thread but here goes anyway : I have added Iberia plus miles to my award wallet but in the retrieved details, it states that expiration date is unknown. Is this normal for Iberia plus on award wallet? And is there a way of automatically retrieving the expiration date?

    • Steve says:

      I have problems with my expiry dates and points referenced on Iberia plus all the time on the regular emails they send me. The emails say I have zero points after a year, but when I log in, they are there.

  • Jon says:

    2 left for first time users

  • Chris says:


    for first time users

  • Tony says:

    3 left for 1st time users

  • Craig says:

    sorry boring comment – is no one concerned about giving all their reward numbers and passwords to a single entity? How do we know they have appropriate cyber security in place? Rob have you investigated this?

    • Shoestring says:

      caveat emptor – no problem getting derided as a fuddy duddy but that’s why I’m not interested in AW (who specifically refuse in advance any responsibility if things go wrong) or similar (banking) models who consolidate your various money accounts into one convenient access point! convenient for whom, I ask?! 🙂

      like your bank is going to give you compo when you gave all the important details to some 3rd party and they did the dirty!

    • Rob says:

      They have been going for 15 years without issue. If you’re paranoid you can take the option of storing all your info locally on your computer.

      You are actually safer WITH AW. How else would you know if someone hacked into an account you never check? If you use AW daily then it is would be very tricky for anyone to steal your points and successfully redeem, unless they intend to fly the same day.

    • Craig says:

      Thanks both. I don’t tend to be the paranoid type but this just felt like a lot of info in one place!

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