Maximise your Avios, air miles and hotel points

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  • in reply to: Chat thread – Monday 8th April
    planeconcorde 7 posts

    Register and book before 24 April 2024 to collect double Avios on European breaks. British Airways flight or British Airways Holiday. All trips must take place before 30 June 2024. Includes domestic and flights to Europe.

    Max 10 one-way flights, a return counts as 2 flights.

    To register and see full T&Cs:
    https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/executive-club/offers/double-avios-uk-2024

    in reply to: “Your ibis subscription card is evolving”
    planeconcorde 7 posts

    I have received a letter from Accor stating the annual ALL PLUS Ibis membership will cost 99 EURO. Does anybody know what the new “ALL PLUS Voyageur” card will cost?

    These changes have gone live today and the Accor web site lists costs of the replacement cards.

    The ALL Plus Ibis card is 99 EUR per year.
    The All Plus Voyageur card is 199 EUR per year.

    Source:
    https://all.accor.com/loyalty-program/all-plus/index.en.shtml

    in reply to: “Your ibis subscription card is evolving”
    planeconcorde 7 posts

    I have received a letter from Accor stating the annual ALL PLUS Ibis membership will cost 99 EURO. Does anybody know what the new “ALL PLUS Voyageur” card will cost?

    in reply to: “Your ibis subscription card is evolving”
    planeconcorde 7 posts

    The current “ibis Business Card” will become “ALL PLUS ibis” but what’s the new subscription fee?
    The current “The Business Plus card” will become “ALL PLUS Voyageur” but what’s the new subscription fee?

    ibis Business Card previously got GOLD. Whereas the new “ALL PLUS ibis” will just get 10 nights awarded which equals SILVER.

    The Business Plus card previously got SILVER (I think). Whereas “ALL PLUS Voyageur” will get 20 nights which is still equal to SILVER, but by staying 10 nights on top the card holder would reach 30 nights which is enough for GOLD.

    I bought the ibis Business Card for the first time July 2022, on a one year subscription. Within a day or so was upgraded to Accor GOLD with expiry of end December 2023. Whereas the ibis Business Card expiry is July 2023. To try and beat the change, I have looked to see if it is worth renewing early (i.e. before 22nd March 2023) on the ibis Business Card and buying a two year subscription. But there is a rule can only renew up to 30 days before expiry. So I think I am stuck, unless anybody has a work around.

    May be I should let the ibis Business Card expire July 2023 and buy the “ALL PLUS Voyageur” January 2024.

    in reply to: BA flexible options email
    planeconcorde 7 posts

    On http://www.ba.com the following banner is displayed.

    More flexibility for Heathrow customers

    If you’re due to fly from Heathrow on or before 25 July 2022, you can change to another British Airways flight in the next 12 months free of charge, subject to availability. For more information go to Manage My Booking.

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