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The latest travel and aviation news:
Priority Pass suffers another blow as Plaza Premium drops the lounge access program. American Express Platinum cardholders remain unaffected…
A number of American Express cashback offers including Harrods, Uber Eats and more have arrived.
Credit card news:
Plot twist: the free British Airways Amex card is now the best cashback card in Britain if you run the maths.
Amex Shop Small is coming in June, but with a tweaked format. We have the exclusive.
Here’s how to get bonus Membership Rewards points at Sainsbury’s.
American Express has boosted its referral bonuses for a limited time.
(This is an exceptional deal – you get, if referred by a friend:
- 50,000 Membership Rewards points for applying for The Platinum Card
- 32,000 Membership Rewards on Amex Preferred Rewards Gold (free for a year)
- 30,000 Avios on British Airways Premium Plus
- 9,000 Avios on the free British Airways Amex
If you need someone to refer you, email [email protected] and we will send you an application link.)
Tesco launches Clubcard Pay, a new pre-paid rewards debit card that lets you earn points. Is it a good way of earning Virgin Points?
British Airways news:
Get 1 year of Leading Hotels of the World ‘Leaders Club’ membership for free – saving $175!
Other interesting bits:
You’ll be able to fly to Nice with Virgin Points as Air France launches new routes this summer.
JetBlue economy will be a serious challenger to British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and the US airlines when it launches this summer.
Here’s how to use Emirates Skywards miles on Qantas, Japan Airlines, easyJet and other partners.