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Save 20% on Etihad base fares until Wednesday

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Etihad is running a short term flash sale via a 20% discount code.

You save a straight 20% on the base fare (ie the price excluding taxes and charges) in Economy and Business.

The rules are:

Etihad discount code
  • book by 14th June
  • travel between 1st July and 30th September
  • discount not valid on tickets which terminate in the UAE
  • some discounted Economy tickets are excluded
  • only valid on Etihad operated services

These deals work best for Business Class bookings, because the taxes and charges – which are not discounted – make up a smaller percentage of the total cost and so the total discount is close to 20%. For Economy tickets, taxes and charges makes up a high proportion of what you pay and so you save far less than 20% overall.

You need to use code ‘SUMMERSPLASH’ on the Etihad website here.

How to earn Etihad Guest miles from UK credit cards

How to earn Etihad Guest miles from UK credit cards (September 2023)

Etihad Guest does not have a UK credit card.  However, you can earn Etihad Guest miles by converting Membership Rewards points earned from selected UK American Express cards.

Cards earning Membership Rewards points include:

Membership Rewards points convert at 1:1 into Etihad Guest miles which is an attractive rate.  The cards above all earn 1 Membership Rewards point per £1 spent on your card, which converts to 1 Etihad Guest mile. The Gold card earns double points (2 per £1) on all flights you charge to it.

Comments (10)

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  • Rizz says:

    Worth noting Lindner hotels are not bookable with Hyatt points yet

    • Paul says:

      That’s not correct. I stayed at the Berlin Lindner Hotel last night – 5k points. As a Globalist was upgraded to a very nice suite – apparently I was their first ever!

      • Rizz says:

        It must be some hotels then – this is the message for the Lindner hotel in Interlaken on Hyatt’s website:
        “ Please note that this hotel is not currently participating in World of Hyatt and guests will not be able to earn points or tier-qualifying night credits, redeem points, or enjoy in-hotel benefits at this time.”

        (Bookable with cash through Hyatt though).

  • Benilyn says:

    Celebrate City’s sensational treble-winning season with…
    sensational savings! Simply use the code TREBLE and enjoy up to 33% off when you fly between Manchester and Abu Dhabi.
    Book by 13 June to travel between 1
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  • jj says:

    £75 each for a wine-paired 6-course food tour would definitely be a slam-dunk bargain for anyone already in Venice. I can’t speak for the places Marriott has chosen, but, despite the city being overrun by visitors, I have had some of the most memorable food of my life in Venice.

    • GeoffreyB says:

      If you think it’s overrun by visitors why are you adding to the problem by going? Or is it ok for you to go but not others?

  • APPL says:

    There is similar food tour 30k points offer for Paris on the 22nd July.

  • Matthew says:

    Any tips for hotels in Venice on points? Thanks

    • Rob says:

      Quite a lot these days. Hilton well regarded, JW Marriott has been reviewed by me twice (plus St Regis etc), IHG has an Indigo (not central), Hyatt is on Murano IIRC.

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