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The HfP chat thread – Wednesday 10th March

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Comments (432)

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  • Louie says:

    Oz/UK dual citizen. Covid tests etc done in Oz, paperwork references Oz passport number. Enter UK on Oz or UK passport (less than six months visit)?

    • Sandgrounder says:

      Just hand both over?

      • Louie says:

        Need to fill in the number of the passport which will be used in the passenger locator form though.

        • TGLoyalty says:

          It’s which ever passport you wish to enter the UK on.

          • Charlieface says:

            Kinda odd, because you don’t need a valid passport to enter as a citizen, so long as you can prove that is the case.

          • C says:

            Most countries require passport holders to enter the country on that passport, if one holds it. The US certainly does, and I believe also the UK.

          • Louie says:

            @TGLoyalty – that’s the question! Which one to use. Would normally use the UK one but the Covid test paperwork shows the Oz one’s number, so I’m not clear if that would cause a problem.

            @C – The UK do not require you to enter on UK passport (Oz does though).

        • Lady London says:

          I would go for Oz. no sense in making life complicated. Just be really really sure to exit again using that passport before allowed stay is up.

          • Louie says:

            Thank you, LL. Might depend on how many times my rellie gets bumped off her return flight!

  • Benilyn says:

    9100 card with Bernie Ecclestone – get through to 3DS, accept the transaction on the App then stuck on spinning wheel, tried twice. My 9000s worked. Anyone else?

  • Sam says:

    Morrisons offer on Amex is back..but this time 7% back…and Uber Eats 10% back..

    • KS says:

      Morrisons 10% on £30+ with Amex plat, every time.

      No Uber Eats for me.

    • stevenhp1987 says:

      Morrisons 7% here.

      No Uber Eats unfortunately.

    • Youllnever says:

      Got Morrisons 10% and Uber Eats 10% here. Thanks!

    • Tarmohamed says:

      Neither and how do some of you have icons next to your names?

      • Tocsin says:

        They have a gravatar set up, I believe

      • Rob says:

        Go to and open an account (free). You can upload a picture to your account using the same email used for your Gravatar account. This image is pulled in when you comment here. Note that it will also be pulled in when you comment on the majority of other websites too.

    • Track says:

      Uber Eats only on Platinum.

      1-off 10% sounds meagre though, especially for Plat members.

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