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Bits: final few HFP party tickets available, save £50 on Addison Lee bookings, 6000 Avios with pet insurance

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News in brief:

Last few Head for Points Winter Party tickets still available

EDIT:  All now sold.  We look forward to seeing you on the 20th.  We’ll post an update of the raffle prize list next week, and keep an eye on your inbox next Friday for an email with final details.

As of 11pm last night, we had around 50 tickets of our original 500 remaining for the Head for Points Winter Party on Monday 20th January.

If they are still available by the time you read this, you can buy by clicking here.

The cost is £11, which includes a £1 donation to Orbis, the flying eye hospital charity.  Your first drink on the night is free, courtesy of generous sponsorship from Marriott Bonvoy.

Our list of raffle prizes is growing nicely too!  Please come along to join Rhys, Sinead and myself at the Marriott Grosvenor Square on Monday 20th between 6pm and 9pm to share your miles and points stories and pick up some new tips.

Our full article explaining the event is here.

Head for Points Winter Party

Save £50 on Addison Lee taxi bookings

Addison Lee has launched a new £50 discount offer which will be especially attractive to American Express Platinum cardholders.  This is because of one of the benefits of The Platinum Card is a £10 per month statement credit from Addison Lee.

You will receive £10 off the next five bookings you make via the Addison Lee app.

Rides must be for £15 or more.  The offer runs until 2nd February.  Promo code JAN10 must be used each time you book.  New and existing Addison Lee app users can take part.

Full details of the offer can be found on the Addison Lee website here.

If you are reading this on mobile you can download the Addison Lee app by clicking here.

Addison Lee discount code

Get 6,000 Avios with Tesco Bank pet insurance

Tesco Bank has launched a pet insurance offer!

You will earn 2,500 Clubcard points, which converts into 6,000 Avios or 6,250 Virgin Flying Club miles, when you take out a policy.

Full details are on the Tesco Bank website here.  The offer is open to all Clubcard holders and does not say it is targeted.

You need to keep the policy for 35 days to get the points.  The cheapest ‘Accident & Injury’ policies do not count.

The last date to apply is 31st March.

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Comments

  1. OT: hoping someone would know….any advice on which frequent flyer program to join for someone who lives in South Africa and travels mainly around Southern Africa for work? Usually flies South African airways or air Botswana.

  2. maccymac says:

    OT received an email from Heathrow rewards may be useful to someone:

    “To celebrate the new decade, Malaysia Airlines has partnered with Heathrow Rewards to offer members an exclusive saving. You will receive up to 15% off flights, until 25 January 2020, by using the code ‘HEATHROW’ when you book. The code applies further reductions to current Malaysia Airlines promotions in Economy, Business Class and Business Suite classes.

    Malaysia Airlines flies twice daily on the state-of-the-art A350 from Heathrow Terminal 4 to Kuala Lumpur and onwards to amazing destinations in Malaysia, Southeast Asia and Australasia.”

  3. I predict a sudden surge in deaths of previously young healthy house bound cats in about 35 days time

  4. bookish says:

    The cost of pet cover seems to have rocketed on the last day! £63 per annum to insure a 2 year old moggy.

    • Shoestring says:

      I can still get £2.90 – are you in London? where I guess more cats die on the roads but you should be saying indoor cat anyway

      • bookish says:

        No, and it’s odd as when I looked yesterday I had a quote similar to what you had reported. Have deleted cookies and no change.

  5. Well, the Addison Lee thing does not work with airport pickups and they charge for parking. So today I ended up paying £22.5 more than expected for an Addison Lee Heathrow pickup. Just saying…

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