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Over the weekend we ran a review of the easyJet Plus membership scheme, which you can read here.

Reader Dave pointed out in the comments that there is currently a 15% discount available for new easyJet Plus members.

Use code EJMC001 by 31st December 2021.

Save 15 on easyJet plus membership

This is, in theory, an offer for Mastercard cardholders but I’m sure you have one somewhere in your wallet. There is no requirement to pay with a Mastercard.

The code takes the fee for new members down from £215 to £183 for your first year. It cannot be used to discount a membership renewal.

The easyJet Plus website is here.

Comments (13)

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  • revkev7 says:

    Sad to read the CP Edinburgh will be departing from the brand. It has been closed until reopening this month. On my last stay I had a lovely room with garden view and upgrade to the club lounge which has access onto the back terrace. It is uphill from the station and new shopping centre/John Lewis so away from many of the other hotels but still easily accessible. The Kimpton is a great hotel but always more expensive.

  • Ben says:

    No hat tip to the poster that posted about the EJ+ discount on the original review post?

  • Danny says:

    Reader Dave is mentioned in the article.

  • AlanC says:

    I got a thank you for the CP Edinburgh change! Pre-covid the CP spent a lot of money on a club lounge makeover then closed it for a Kimpton style wine hour in the bar.

  • R L says:

    The BHX Aspire Lounge remains closed to Priority Pass as it is operating on a special contract for the airport to only provide lounge facilities for business class passengers. I try twice every week and always get told the same by the staff despite it always being totally empty. Priority Pass are totally unaware and just give the usual cut and paste response.
    Hopefully the No1 lounge will at least let Priority Pass members reserve a space, it’s accepted a reservation for next Wednesday so fingers crossed.

    • Sam says:

      I do believe Priority Pass has very little authority over the entry policy to cardholders. The lounge can always restrict access as it wish, but denying entries when the lounge is empty is simply acting against the interest of the owner (could have charged each Priority Pass entry) so it will be on Aspire lounge to make that decision. Anyway, Aspire lounge is owned by Swissport the ground services agent (which can explain why they want to act in favour of the airlines they serve) whereas No 1 lounge is now owned by Priority Pass. Therefore you shouldn’t encounter any problem with No1 lounge entry.

  • Toddy says:

    I always quite liked the CP in Edinburgh – the rooms were huge and the staff friendly.

    I’ve just booked the Intercontinental for a weekend over the Fringe in 2022 for 116k points (cash price £1172!).

    • Colin JE says:

      Bargain, I didn’t think those were around any more with the revised points prices. Well done!

      • toddy says:

        Likewise!
        I checked all 3 weekends during the Fringe and the Intercontinental was more expensive in £ than the 2 Indigos but cheapest in terms of points….

  • Sam says:

    Very likely the club lounge will be gone once it’s re-opened as a Voco. A bit strange to see the move as I always thought the group would try to persuade owners and try to maintain a more comprehensive portfolio in the same city. Having two vocos in the same town sounds a bit over the top.

    • Colin JE says:

      Or perhaps the owners wouldn’t upgrade to maintain CP standards so it was cheaper to rebrand to Voco?

  • Mikeact says:

    I think this is one for @Anna as an EJ convert !

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