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  • Andrew J 771 posts

    Spend £200 cumulatively on BA CityFlyer flights from the U.K. get 1000 extra Avios, on BAPP

    I don’t see any mention of CityFlyer on mine.

    It’s “selected routes” – when you click on the T&Cs there’s a link to a PDF with the routes – all CityFlyer.

    The real Swiss Tony 700 posts

    10% back at Honest Burgers exp 13/02

    This will also double with the 10 Avios/£ option available via the exec club app where you register your card for in store purchases.

    Maples 225 posts

    Hertz £50 off for £250 is on my Gold card today. 20,000 sign ups available.

    LondonFly 83 posts

    Hertz £50 off for £250 is on my Gold card today. 20,000 sign ups available.

    Is that for UK domestic rentals only?

    EwanG 115 posts

    Hertz £50 off for £250 is on my Gold card today. 20,000 sign ups available.

    Is that for UK domestic rentals only?

    T&Cs: Offer only valid on online pre-paid rentals.
    Book and pay by offer end date.

    If you book an overseas rental on Hertz.co.uk and prepay (this will be in GBP), my experience is you’ll get the credit

    Skywalker 721 posts

    10% back at Honest Burgers exp 13/02

    This will also double with the 10 Avios/£ option available via the exec club app where you register your card for in store purchases.

    +1

    Received an email saying offer used and an BAEC app notification saying “Linked card Honest Burgers transaction – tracked”

    Now showing up in pending Avios.

    LondonFly 83 posts

    Hertz £50 off for £250 is on my Gold card today. 20,000 sign ups available.

    Is that for UK domestic rentals only?

    T&Cs: Offer only valid on online pre-paid rentals.
    Book and pay by offer end date.

    If you book an overseas rental on Hertz.co.uk and prepay (this will be in GBP), my experience is you’ll get the credit

    Offer only valid on UK Domestic rentals only.
    That’s what it says on my account

    Harrods 121 posts

    Not a single decent retail offer for weeks, what’s going on 🥹

    Andrew J 771 posts

    Not a single decent retail offer for weeks, what’s going on 🥹

    Retail offers are generally focused around the golden quarter, leading up to Christmas. Marketing budgets may reset in April and they’ll offer some more offers then.

    Maples 225 posts

    Spend £250 or more, get £25 back for Harvey Nichols on my Gold card.

    TGLoyalty 590 posts

    Spend £250 or more, get £25 back for Harvey Nichols on my Gold card.

    Really poor offer which isn’t going to have anyone in HN over the next few weeks.

    ed_fly 229 posts

    Spend £250 or more, get £25 back for Harvey Nichols on my Gold card.

    Really poor offer which isn’t going to have anyone in HN over the next few weeks.

    an odd offer. Good if you were already planning on spending at HN, but surely not going to generate new business?

    Ruralite 35 posts

    £100 back on £300 spend at Claridges, Connaught & The Berkeley appeared on my Platinum card this morning – return of hotel offers starting?🤞

    Julia 51 posts

    10,000 Marriott points on my Marriott card for spending £100+ at Marriott hotel restaurants in London. Nine hotels.

    Maples 225 posts

    Good Evening.

    Apple iPhone 15 – Spend £800 or more, get £80 back
    Mandarin Oriental – Spend £500 or more, get £100 back every time
    NET-A-PORTER – Spend £600 or more, get £100 back
    MR PORTER – Spend £400 or more, get £80 back
    The Economist Sub – Spend £199 or more, get £65 back

    All on my Gold card. None of these on my Platinum Cashback Everyday card – it’s only got 4 offers available right now.

    mef13 35 posts

    I have the Apple £800/£80 offer on my Platinum card.
    mef

    tw33ty 191 posts

    Where’s all the hotel offers though…. That’s what I’m waiting on.

    JDB 4,551 posts

    Where’s all the hotel offers though…. That’s what I’m waiting on.

    That’s the trouble – they get people hooked, then can’t afford to keep feeding the habit. These offers must be horrendously costly and I wonder how beneficial they actually are for Amex or the hotels.

    Ruralite 35 posts

    Good Evening.

    Apple iPhone 15 – Spend £800 or more, get £80 back
    Mandarin Oriental – Spend £500 or more, get £100 back every time
    NET-A-PORTER – Spend £600 or more, get £100 back
    MR PORTER – Spend £400 or more, get £80 back
    The Economist Sub – Spend £199 or more, get £65 back

    All on my Gold card. None of these on my Platinum Cashback Everyday card – it’s only got 4 offers available right now.

    All these are on my Platinum card today

    BBbetter 749 posts

    I have the Apple £800/£80 offer on my Platinum card.
    mef

    The apple store iphone prices are exactly £80 higher than costco.

    FatherOfFour 277 posts

    Emirates, spend £800, get £100 back on gold. Not sure if this is new, but don’t recall seeing it.

    PeteM 744 posts

    The apple store iphone prices are exactly £80 higher than costco.

    Apple will price match in store against online stores, by the way.

    BBbetter 749 posts

    The apple store iphone prices are exactly £80 higher than costco.

    Apple will price match in store against online stores, by the way.

    Ooh, never knew that. Worth checking out at the nearest store then.

    tw33ty 191 posts

    Where’s all the hotel offers though…. That’s what I’m waiting on.

    That’s the trouble – they get people hooked, then can’t afford to keep feeding the habit. These offers must be horrendously costly and I wonder how beneficial they actually are for Amex or the hotels.

    I don’t see it that way, I see that hotels are overpriced atm, a lot of hotels aren’t getting full or very high occupancy, the offers are a way of reducing the cost as an incentive, without them actually having to reduce the actual price, keeping them at their artificially high price.

    Super Secret Stuff 366 posts

    Where’s all the hotel offers though…. That’s what I’m waiting on.

    That’s the trouble – they get people hooked, then can’t afford to keep feeding the habit. These offers must be horrendously costly and I wonder how beneficial they actually are for Amex or the hotels.

    I don’t see it that way, I see that hotels are overpriced atm, a lot of hotels aren’t getting full or very high occupancy, the offers are a way of reducing the cost as an incentive, without them actually having to reduce the actual price, keeping them at their artificially high price.

    Either way it would be coming out of a marketing departments budget somewhere and they’ve clearly cut it. I thought this would happen so cancelled my Amex a while ago

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