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  • Andrew J 781 posts

    Yes, things have picked up in the last couple of weeks for me – with multiple PayPals, Apple, multiple Selfridges and Harvey Nics. And the dining credit paid out within 2 days of dining at The Wolseley. So my grumpiness has subsided a little.

    ee 49 posts

    10% off at LNER until end of August is back on multiple cards. Good for any UK train tickets.

    whuaremassive 42 posts

    New offers on my platinum
    Laithwaites £40 back on £125
    Gails Bakery 10% although cant get locations to load
    Harrods 15% off £150 up

    Andrew J 781 posts

    New offer on BAPP – 2000 bonus Avios when spending £200 cumulatively with BA by 02/09

    Andrew. 516 posts

    New offer on BAPP – 2000 bonus Avios when spending £200 cumulatively with BA by 02/09

    Obviously saved it, but have no idea if I’ll find a reasonably priced BA flight to use it on.

    Maples 253 posts

    Spend £50 at BP to get £10 back is on my Platinum Cashback Everyday card.

    I’ve not used the card for 4 months and is still getting new offers while my Gold card has 13 available and barely getting anything.

    Harrier25 912 posts

    BP offer on my now vintage Green card and both supps too.

    whuaremassive 42 posts

    £20 off £100 at Gaucho, wonder if it will double up with the platinum dining credit

    FFoxSake 222 posts

    Millennium & Copthorne Hotels – Spend £200 or more, get £70 back
    EXPIRES 18/11/2022
    on my BAPP

    COPTHORNE HOTEL ABERDEEN 122 HUNTLY STREET ABERDEEN AB1 1SU
    MILLENNIUM HOTEL GLASGOW GEORGE SQUARE GLASGOW G2 1DS
    MILLENNIUM AND COPTHORNE HOTELS AT CHELSEA FOOTBALL CLUB STAMFORD BRIDGE LONDON SW6 1HS
    COPTHORNE TARA HOTEL LONDON KENSINGTON SCARSDALE PLACE LONDON W8 5SR
    MILLENNIUM GLOUCESTER HOTEL KENSINGTON 4-18 HARRINGTON GARDENS LONDON SW7 4LH
    MILLENNIUM HOTEL LONDON KNIGHTSBRIDGE 17-25 SLOANE STREET LONDON SW1X 9NU
    THE BAILEY’S HOTEL LONDON 140 GLOUCESTER ROAD LONDON SW7 4LH
    THE CHELSEA HARBOUR HOTEL CHELSEA HARBOUR LONDON SW10 0XG
    COPTHORNE HOTEL MANCHESTER CLIPPER QUAY, SALFORD QUAYS MANCHESTER M5 3DL
    COPTHORNE HOTEL NEWCASTLE THE CLOSE NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NE19 2RE
    COPTHORNE HOTEL PLYMOUTH COPTHORNE HOTEL PLYMOUTH PL1 1AR
    COPTHORNE HOTEL SLOUGH WINDSOR SIPPENHAM LANE SLOUGH SL1 5AJ
    COPTHORNE MERRY HILL DUDLEY THE WATERFRONT, LEVEL STREET BRIERLEY HILL DY5 1UR
    HARD DAYS NIGHT HOTEL LIVERPOOL CENTRAL BUILDINGS, NORTH JOHN STREET LIVERPOOL L2 6RR
    M SOCIAL HOTEL PARIS OPERA 12 BOULEVARD HAUSSMANN PARIS 75009
    MILLENNIUM HOTEL PARIS CHARLES DE GAULE ALLEE DES VERGERS, ALLEE DU VERGER ROISSY EN FRANCE 95700

    Juan Gomez 8 posts

    Hi everyone

    Can anyone confirm that they have tried this year buying a gift card at Bicester Village info point by the station and that has triggered the offer?

    I know it has worked in previous year but I haven’t read any posts of anyone confirming it worked for them this year.

    Appreciate the help!

    YC 239 posts

    Anyone can confirm buying selfridges GC (in store) triggers the offer?

    truthbetold 150 posts

    This is a very dull chat room. Please let’s go back to frequent flyer error fares and frequent flyer special trips/ supercharged redemptions. Much more interesting when Amex offers can simply be viewed on you online account(s)

    Andrew J 781 posts

    United Airlines spend £500, get £250 back has returned – book by 26/09

    Reney 801 posts

    This is a very dull chat room. Please let’s go back to frequent flyer error fares and frequent flyer special trips/ supercharged redemptions. Much more interesting when Amex offers can simply be viewed on you online account(s)

    You are welcome to start new threads under those titles and not be here. The beauty of the forum is you don’t have to read anything that sounds dull.

    I don’t always have time to scroll through 12 amex cards worth of offers every day to look for new ones. So massively appreciate this thread. Also helpful to get intel on how an offer may apply, what is not working etc.

    BuildBackBetter 705 posts

    Datapoint – Hyatt statement credit offer used on 29th Aug (hotel checkout on 29th), credited on 31st with date of 30th. The delays in paypal offer seems to be a technical issue rather than a blanket delay for all offers.

    George K 311 posts

    United Airlines spend £500, get £250 back has returned – book by 26/09

    This is a great offer that reduces an NYC trip massively, but ideally I would have liked to start from DUB (for obvious reasons). However the offer says UK-originating trips only. Has anyone ever managed to get the credit posted for non-UK originating flights?

    BuildBackBetter 705 posts

    However the offer says UK-originating trips only. Has anyone ever managed to get the credit posted for non-UK originating flights?

    They can easily enforce that rule as non-UK departing flights will be charged in other currencies.

    George K 311 posts

    I did wonder about that, but I just got a quote from united.com from DUB in sterling, so the only way they could work it out is by dissecting the trip details that are always carried through to the credit card provider. Was wondering if anyone had any past successes which would give me confidence to give it a go…

    Andrew. 516 posts

    I did wonder about that, but I just got a quote from united.com from DUB in sterling, so the only way they could work it out is by dissecting the trip details that are always carried through to the credit card provider. Was wondering if anyone had any past successes which would give me confidence to give it a go…

    Give it a try. You might have discovered an easement where Dublin departures are priced in Sterling to accommodate NI residents.

    ns 41 posts

    I did wonder about that, but I just got a quote from united.com from DUB in sterling, so the only way they could work it out is by dissecting the trip details that are always carried through to the credit card provider. Was wondering if anyone had any past successes which would give me confidence to give it a go…

    I had a credit posted for a non-U.K. departing flight when they ran the offer during the summer. The United page I booked on was also in sterling. Credit posted within a week or two I think.

    David S 11 posts

    United Airlines spend £500, get £250 back has returned – book by 26/09

    Is there any usage if I don’t have a trip planned? Travel bank? Refund to voucher?

    Phil1 8 posts

    United Airlines spend £500, get £250 back has returned – book by 26/09

    Does anyone know: I have this offer saved, if my wife has it saved on her supplementary card can we use this offer twice? The T&Cs state one credit per “Card”, does that normally mean per physical card or per card account?

    (Sorry if this is common knowledge, either way..!)

    BuildBackBetter 705 posts

    United Airlines spend £500, get £250 back has returned – book by 26/09

    Does anyone know: I have this offer saved, if my wife has it saved on her supplementary card can we use this offer twice? The T&Cs state one credit per “Card”, does that normally mean per physical card or per card account?

    (Sorry if this is common knowledge, either way..!)

    Offers are per card, not account – supplementary cards get their own offers. You have to charge to each card separately to maximise the offers.

    pureshtuyot 39 posts

    I have an offer for a merchant called 7 FOR ALL MANKIND. Never heard of them and unlikely to buy anything.
    The offer of 20% back has been showing for a while but as of yesterday it’s showing the same offer TWICE!
    In the past when I had an offer twice (can’t remember the shop), I did indeed get both offers on a single transaction. So we could potentially be looking at 40% off

    jj 560 posts

    I have an offer for a merchant called 7 FOR ALL MANKIND. Never heard of them and unlikely to buy anything.
    The offer of 20% back has been showing for a while but as of yesterday it’s showing the same offer TWICE!
    In the past when I had an offer twice (can’t remember the shop), I did indeed get both offers on a single transaction. So we could potentially be looking at 40% off

    Got excited for Mrs JJ who has some of their jeans and wears them very well. Unfortunately, I think one offer is online and the other in-store.

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