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How to earn Avios points on printing with printed.com

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Printed.com is an Avios partner you probably haven’t heard of.  The company has been offering Avios points for a number of years – for at least as long as Head for Points has been running – but is never mentioned on ba.com as a partner.

printed.com is an online printing company specialising in pretty much everything:

  • leaflets
  • business cards
  • stickers
  • postcards
  • display boards
  • brochures
  • invitations
  • posters etc

I have never used the business personally but the website looks impressive.

printed.com Avios

printed.com runs its own reward programme.   You earn four Printed Points for every £1, excluding VAT and delivery, you spend, which increases to up to 10 Printed Points per £1.

Silver status (7 points per £1) is yours if you:

  • place a total of 4 -10 lifetime orders, or
  • have placed one order in the last 90 days, or
  • have spent £290 in the last 90 days, excluding VAT and delivery

To qualify for Pink status (10 points per £1) you need to:

  • place a total of 10 or more lifetime orders, or
  • have placed 1 order in the last month, or
  • have spent £620 in the last 90 days, excluding VAT and delivery

As you can see, you could in theory change tier every month based on your activity!  However, demotions are only made on 90 day cycles so you will retain a tier for at least that long.

You can earn bonus points for completing your site profile, reviewing your previous orders and referring friends to the company.

Your Printed Points can be used for Avios, for Amazon or Marks & Spencer vouchers or for credit towards future printed.com orders.

The conversion rate into Avios is not shown on their site but it is roughly 4.2 to 1 based on previous reader feedback.  This means that you receive a little under 1 Avios per £1 ex-VAT that you spend.

If you have any printing requirements coming up, you can find out more on their website here.


how to earn avios from credit cards

How to earn Avios from UK credit cards (July 2021)

As a reminder, there are various ways of earning Avios from UK credit cards.  Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses!

There are two official British Airways American Express cards:

British Airways American Express card

British Airways American Express

5,000 Avios for signing up, no annual fee and a companion voucher for spending £20,000 Read our full review

BA Premium Plus American Express card BAPP

British Airways American Express Premium Plus

25,000 Avios and the UK’s most valuable credit card perk – the 2-4-1 companion voucher Read our full review

You can also get generous sign-up bonuses by applying for American Express cards which earn Membership Rewards points, such as:

Nectar American Express

American Express Preferred Rewards Gold

Your best beginner’s card – 20,000 points, FREE for a year & two airport lounge passes Read our full review

American Express Platinum card Amex

The Platinum Card from American Express

30,000 points and an unbeatable set of travel benefits – for a fee Read our full review

We also recommend Capital On Tap for limited companies. You earn 1 Avios per £1 which is impressive for a Visa card:

Capital On Tap Business Rewards Visa

The most generous Avios Visa or Mastercard for a limited company Read our full review

Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which earn Avios. This includes both personal and small business cards.

(Want to earn more Avios?  Click here to visit our home page for our latest articles on earning and spending your Avios points and click here to see how to earn more Avios this month from offers and promotions.)

Comments (3)

  • WaynedP says:

    When explaining the status tiers, the actual website omits the words “or” and “and” after each criterion, so it’s not immediately clear which criteria are cumulatively essential for each tier or not.

    I can’t speak from any direct experience with the product, nor any insider knowledge that Rob may be privy to, but I would be astonished if only one criterion were necessary for each tier as implied by the way the article adds “or” after each criterion.

    Otherwise you would immediately hit top “pink” status by placing any non-zero order by virtue of meeting the “one order in the last month” criterion.

    I suspect the intention us more likely to be that all three criteria are needed for each tier, and so the added “or” after each criterion should be “and” instead.

    • Rob says:

      I agree with you, but on the balance of probability I went with my interpretation 🙂

  • WaynedP says:

    But very interesting and worthwhile to know, thanks

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