Points Uncovered https://pointsuncovered.com Travel further for less! Thu, 28 May 2020 18:56:22 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.1 https://i0.wp.com/pointsuncovered.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/cropped-pointsuncovered512.png?fit=32%2C32&ssl=1 Points Uncovered https://pointsuncovered.com 32 32 158313622 Have an American Express Platinum card? Get a £100 freebie. https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/have-an-american-express-platinum-card-get-a-100-freebie/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=have-an-american-express-platinum-card-get-a-100-freebie https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/have-an-american-express-platinum-card-get-a-100-freebie/#respond Thu, 28 May 2020 18:56:19 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1488 American Express has started to roll up some compensation deals for holders of the American Express Platinum Card due to the perceived lack of benefits due to COVID-19. What do I get? Not £100 cash unfortunately but a 100% rebate on up to £100 at any combination of the following stores. Just to be clear, it’s up to £100 cumulative over all the stores listed below as a statement credit back on your spend NOT £100 at each store. Marks & Spencer Waitrose & Partners Deliveroo Harvey Nichols Apple (online only) Are there any restrictions? There are a few but nothing too restrictive, fortunately. If any of the below doesn’t take your fancy you can buy a Waitrose gift card which you can use at John Lewis both online and instore. Department store concessions and outlets are not included in the offer. M&S exclusions: Bank and Energy services, Bureau de change, Opticians and Petrol stations.  Waitrose & Partners exclusions: Cellar, Florist, Garden, Pet, Cookery school, foreign currency, Gift Section. Harvey Nichols exclusions: International delivery, gift cards, vouchers and dining within restaurant. Apple exclusions: Apple iTunes, Apps and Apple Music, Apple Search Ads, Apple Finance and Gift Cards. Do I get it automatically? No, you have to save the offer to your card in the same way you would save any other American Express offer. Scroll down until you see the offer and click ‘Save To Card.’ Are my supplementary cardholders eligible? Unfortunately not. This offer is just for the primary cardholders. Will new applicants be eligible? I’m not sure at the moment. As time goes on I’m sure we will hear if any new cardholders get the £100 rebate or if it’s just limited to existing cardholders. This is my experience using the points system and is not a recommendation of any financial product. There are other credit cards which can earn you travel points including IHG credit card, Tesco Credit Cards (by exchanging Clubcard points for avios, hotel stays and more) & Virgin Atlantic credit card. If you use one of my referral links to an American Express card upon you being accepted I will receive points, this varies between 9,000 – 18,000 depending on the card I refer you from. You can read more about the Platinum Card and it’s benefits here – https://www.americanexpress.com/uk/charge-cards/platinum-card/ – If you’d like a referral (and some bonus points) for the Platinum Card or any American Express card click through here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/

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American Express has started to roll up some compensation deals for holders of the American Express Platinum Card due to the perceived lack of benefits due to COVID-19.

What do I get?

Not £100 cash unfortunately but a 100% rebate on up to £100 at any combination of the following stores. Just to be clear, it’s up to £100 cumulative over all the stores listed below as a statement credit back on your spend NOT £100 at each store.

  • Marks & Spencer
  • Waitrose & Partners
  • Deliveroo
  • Harvey Nichols
  • Apple (online only)

Are there any restrictions?

There are a few but nothing too restrictive, fortunately. If any of the below doesn’t take your fancy you can buy a Waitrose gift card which you can use at John Lewis both online and instore.

  • Department store concessions and outlets are not included in the offer.
  • M&S exclusions: Bank and Energy services, Bureau de change, Opticians and Petrol stations. 
  • Waitrose & Partners exclusions: Cellar, Florist, Garden, Pet, Cookery school, foreign currency, Gift Section.
  • Harvey Nichols exclusions: International delivery, gift cards, vouchers and dining within restaurant.
  • Apple exclusions: Apple iTunes, Apps and Apple Music, Apple Search Ads, Apple Finance and Gift Cards.

Do I get it automatically?

No, you have to save the offer to your card in the same way you would save any other American Express offer. Scroll down until you see the offer and click ‘Save To Card.’

Are my supplementary cardholders eligible?

Unfortunately not. This offer is just for the primary cardholders.

Will new applicants be eligible?

I’m not sure at the moment. As time goes on I’m sure we will hear if any new cardholders get the £100 rebate or if it’s just limited to existing cardholders.

This is my experience using the points system and is not a recommendation of any financial product. There are other credit cards which can earn you travel points including IHG credit cardTesco Credit Cards (by exchanging Clubcard points for avios, hotel stays and more) & Virgin Atlantic credit card. If you use one of my referral links to an American Express card upon you being accepted I will receive points, this varies between 9,000 – 18,000 depending on the card I refer you from.

You can read more about the Platinum Card and it’s benefits here – https://www.americanexpress.com/uk/charge-cards/platinum-card/ – If you’d like a referral (and some bonus points) for the Platinum Card or any American Express card click through here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/

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Earn 20,000 Avios with an Amex Sign-up bonus & No annual fee! https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/earn-20000-avios-with-an-amex-sign-up-bonus-no-annual-fee/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=earn-20000-avios-with-an-amex-sign-up-bonus-no-annual-fee https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/earn-20000-avios-with-an-amex-sign-up-bonus-no-annual-fee/#respond Thu, 21 May 2020 15:42:26 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1476 Until the 29th June American Express have doubled the sign-up bonus on the American Express Preferred Rewards Gold credit card from 10,000 to 20,000 membership reward points. 20,000 membership reward points can be redeemed for 20,000 Avios or other miles. It is the most generous sign-up bonus for any FREE card (free for first year just cancel before that is up) particularly as the bonus has DOUBLED and the length of time to meet the spend target has also DOUBLED! If you have held or hold a personal card from American Express in the past 24 months you aren’t eligible for a sign-up bonus from an American Express card. There are two major exceptions to this: 1) British Airways American Express Premium Plus Card You cannot of held or currently hold an Avios earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus. 2) The Platinum Card You cannot of held or currently hold a Membership Reward points earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus. This is my experience using the points system and is not a recommendation of any financial product. There are other credit cards which can earn you travel points including IHG credit card, Tesco Credit Cards (by exchanging Clubcard points for avios, hotel stays and more) & Virgin Atlantic credit card. If you use one of my referral links to an American Express card upon you being accepted I will receive points, this varies between 9,000 – 18,000 depending on the card I refer you from. What are 20,000 membership reward points worth? They can be redeemed for 20,000 avios (flights) – https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/where-can-i-fly-to-for-20k-amex-points/ You can also use them for a varied selection of hotels – https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/hotels-for-20000-amex-points/ Thirdly you can use them for a variety of experiences – https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/experiences-for-20000-amex-points/ Alternatively, they can be used for a £100 voucher (Amazon, M&S & many more,) £90 off anything on your credit card bill or 20,000 nectar points amongst many others things. Explore all the other possibilities here – https://global.americanexpress.com/myca/intl/rewards/emea/action?request_type=un_Rewards&Face=en_GB How do I get the 20,000 Avios or other miles/points? You need to spend £3,000 in 6 months (currently extended from 3 months.) That means you need to be able to put £500 a month or £125 a week on your card to meet the sign-up bonus. Something that should easily be achievable for most families despite COVID-19. What other benefits does the card have? You will get 2 free airport lounge passes every year, valid at any airport lounge in the Lounge Club network. After your 2 free visits, each additional one will cost £20. You can view what airport lounges accept Lounge Club passes here – https://www.loungeclub.com/en/ Every year that you spend £15,000 on the card you will receive a bonus of 10,000 membership reward points which will post one month after your renewal date. Each £1 spent on the card will give you one membership reward point. Foreign currency transactions, airline transactions and travel bookings made through the American Express Travel website will give you two membership reward points per £1 What about the annual fee? It’s FREE for the first year (£140 afterwards) as long as you cancel before then (and you can cancel at any time) you won’t pay ANYTHING. You won’t lose your points either, just transfer them to whichever scheme you want before you cancel. Forgot to cancel? Don’t worry the annual fee is pro-rata refunded. So if you kept it for one month extra (13 months) it would only cost you around £12. Will I be eligible to get the card? There is no minimum income requirement for the card. As long as you are a UK resident that is 18+ with no history of bad credit you have a good chance of being accepted! Can my partner, family member or friend get one too? Of course! There are NO limits to how many people in your household can have a card. If you got one card you could then refer your family member/friend etc for extra points (6,000 from the gold card.) This way the points soon stack up! If you and one other person you referred got the Gold card and met the spending target (make sure you are both eligible) you’d have 56,000 membership reward points when pooled together! To get a referral (you will receive extra bonus points for meeting your spend target) go here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/ If you don’t want to be referred or just want to read more about the Gold card go here – https://www.americanexpress.com/uk/credit-cards/gold-credit-card/?linknav=uk-amex-cardshop-allcards-text-GoldCreditCard-fc Are you tempted by the increased sign-up bonus AND increased time to hit your spend target?

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Until the 29th June American Express have doubled the sign-up bonus on the American Express Preferred Rewards Gold credit card from 10,000 to 20,000 membership reward points. 20,000 membership reward points can be redeemed for 20,000 Avios or other miles.

It is the most generous sign-up bonus for any FREE card (free for first year just cancel before that is up) particularly as the bonus has DOUBLED and the length of time to meet the spend target has also DOUBLED!

If you have held or hold a personal card from American Express in the past 24 months you aren’t eligible for a sign-up bonus from an American Express card. There are two major exceptions to this:

1) British Airways American Express Premium Plus Card

You cannot of held or currently hold an Avios earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus.

2) The Platinum Card

You cannot of held or currently hold a Membership Reward points earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus.

This is my experience using the points system and is not a recommendation of any financial product. There are other credit cards which can earn you travel points including IHG credit cardTesco Credit Cards (by exchanging Clubcard points for avios, hotel stays and more) & Virgin Atlantic credit card. If you use one of my referral links to an American Express card upon you being accepted I will receive points, this varies between 9,000 – 18,000 depending on the card I refer you from.

What are 20,000 membership reward points worth?

They can be redeemed for 20,000 avios (flights) – https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/where-can-i-fly-to-for-20k-amex-points/

You can also use them for a varied selection of hotels – https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/hotels-for-20000-amex-points/

Thirdly you can use them for a variety of experiences – https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/experiences-for-20000-amex-points/

Alternatively, they can be used for a £100 voucher (Amazon, M&S & many more,) £90 off anything on your credit card bill or 20,000 nectar points amongst many others things. Explore all the other possibilities here – https://global.americanexpress.com/myca/intl/rewards/emea/action?request_type=un_Rewards&Face=en_GB

How do I get the 20,000 Avios or other miles/points?

You need to spend £3,000 in 6 months (currently extended from 3 months.) That means you need to be able to put £500 a month or £125 a week on your card to meet the sign-up bonus. Something that should easily be achievable for most families despite COVID-19.

What other benefits does the card have?

You will get 2 free airport lounge passes every year, valid at any airport lounge in the Lounge Club network. After your 2 free visits, each additional one will cost £20. You can view what airport lounges accept Lounge Club passes here – https://www.loungeclub.com/en/

Every year that you spend £15,000 on the card you will receive a bonus of 10,000 membership reward points which will post one month after your renewal date.

Each £1 spent on the card will give you one membership reward point. Foreign currency transactions, airline transactions and travel bookings made through the American Express Travel website will give you two membership reward points per £1

What about the annual fee?

It’s FREE for the first year (£140 afterwards) as long as you cancel before then (and you can cancel at any time) you won’t pay ANYTHING. You won’t lose your points either, just transfer them to whichever scheme you want before you cancel. Forgot to cancel? Don’t worry the annual fee is pro-rata refunded. So if you kept it for one month extra (13 months) it would only cost you around £12.

Will I be eligible to get the card?

There is no minimum income requirement for the card. As long as you are a UK resident that is 18+ with no history of bad credit you have a good chance of being accepted!

Can my partner, family member or friend get one too?

Of course! There are NO limits to how many people in your household can have a card. If you got one card you could then refer your family member/friend etc for extra points (6,000 from the gold card.) This way the points soon stack up! If you and one other person you referred got the Gold card and met the spending target (make sure you are both eligible) you’d have 56,000 membership reward points when pooled together!

To get a referral (you will receive extra bonus points for meeting your spend target) go here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/

If you don’t want to be referred or just want to read more about the Gold card go here – https://www.americanexpress.com/uk/credit-cards/gold-credit-card/?linknav=uk-amex-cardshop-allcards-text-GoldCreditCard-fc

Are you tempted by the increased sign-up bonus AND increased time to hit your spend target?

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Healthcare Professionals! Qatar Airways is giving away 100,000 flights to anywhere https://pointsuncovered.com/miscellaneous/healthcare-professionals-qatar-airways-is-giving-away-100000-flights-to-anywhere/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=healthcare-professionals-qatar-airways-is-giving-away-100000-flights-to-anywhere https://pointsuncovered.com/miscellaneous/healthcare-professionals-qatar-airways-is-giving-away-100000-flights-to-anywhere/#respond Mon, 11 May 2020 16:28:07 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1469 Qatar Airways have launched a massive global giveaway which starts tonight at 10pm (UK time.) They are giving away 100,000 flights to anywhere in their network to Healthcare Professionals. If you are a doctor, medical practitioner, nurse, paramedic, pharmacist, lab technician or clinical researcher read on! You have your employment ID when you travel. So if you aren’t lucky enough to fit in one of the above groups please consider forwarding to those who are! 100,000 free flights for Healthcare Professionals Tomorrow (12th May) is International Nurses day and to celebrate Qatar Airways will be launching their 100,000 free flights for Healthcare Professionals tonight at midnight (10pm UK time.) You can choose up to 2 tickets (one for you and a companion) these are  fully flexible for destinations and dates.  Only airport taxes must be paid. How do I get my tickets? From 10pm tonight (11th May) UK time until the 18th May you can register here – https://www.qatarairways.com/en/offers/thank-you-medics.html If you are successful you will receive a promotional code which you can use to book your flights. What’s the catch? YOU MUST BE A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL e.g. doctor, medical practitioner, nurse, paramedic, pharmacist, lab technician or clinical researcher. ID’s will be checked and if it’s found you aren’t you will be denied boarding. (your companion does not need to be a medical professional) Tickets must be booked before 26th November, with travel valid until 10th December 2020. The tickets will be fully flexible, with an unlimited number of destination or date changes allowed without any fees. Fare and surcharges will be waived on tickets, airport taxes apply. Read the full T&Cs & register here – https://www.qatarairways.com/en/offers/thank-you-medics.html A limited number of promo codes will be distributed daily per country. So if you aren’t successful at first do try again on the following days!

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Qatar Airways have launched a massive global giveaway which starts tonight at 10pm (UK time.) They are giving away 100,000 flights to anywhere in their network to Healthcare Professionals. If you are a doctor, medical practitioner, nurse, paramedic, pharmacist, lab technician or clinical researcher read on!

You have your employment ID when you travel. So if you aren’t lucky enough to fit in one of the above groups please consider forwarding to those who are!

100,000 free flights for Healthcare Professionals

Tomorrow (12th May) is International Nurses day and to celebrate Qatar Airways will be launching their 100,000 free flights for Healthcare Professionals tonight at midnight (10pm UK time.)

You can choose up to 2 tickets (one for you and a companion) these are  fully flexible for destinations and dates.  Only airport taxes must be paid.

How do I get my tickets?

From 10pm tonight (11th May) UK time until the 18th May you can register here – https://www.qatarairways.com/en/offers/thank-you-medics.html

If you are successful you will receive a promotional code which you can use to book your flights.

What’s the catch?

YOU MUST BE A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL e.g. doctor, medical practitioner, nurse, paramedic, pharmacist, lab technician or clinical researcher. ID’s will be checked and if it’s found you aren’t you will be denied boarding. (your companion does not need to be a medical professional)

Tickets must be booked before 26th November, with travel valid until 10th December 2020. The tickets will be fully flexible, with an unlimited number of destination or date changes allowed without any fees. Fare and surcharges will be waived on tickets, airport taxes apply.

Read the full T&Cs & register here – https://www.qatarairways.com/en/offers/thank-you-medics.html

A limited number of promo codes will be distributed daily per country.

So if you aren’t successful at first do try again on the following days!

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Amex Sign-Up Bonus Qualifying Period Extended https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/amex-sign-up-bonus-qualifying-period-extended/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=amex-sign-up-bonus-qualifying-period-extended https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/amex-sign-up-bonus-qualifying-period-extended/#respond Sun, 03 May 2020 01:38:23 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1462 American Express has just extended the qualifying period to earn your Amex sign-up bonus from 3 months to 6 months. The money required to meet the spend target is still the same but now you have DOUBLE the time to reach the goal! This change is backdated to users who signed up from the 20th January onward and you should see this change reflect on your tracker in your online account. Perhaps more exciting however is the fact this applies to all NEW applications at the moment. If you signed up now you’d have until early November to meet your spend target! If you have held or hold a personal card from American Express in the past 24 months you aren’t eligible for a sign-up bonus from an American Express card. There are two major exceptions to this: 1) British Airways American Express Premium Plus Card You cannot of held or currently hold an Avios earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus. 2) The Platinum Card You cannot of held or currently hold a Membership Reward points earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus. This is my experience using the points system and is not a recommendation of any financial product. There are other credit cards which can earn you travel points including IHG credit card, Tesco Credit Cards (by exchanging Clubcard points for avios, hotel stays and more) & Virgin Atlantic credit card. If you use one of my referral links to an American Express card upon you being accepted I will receive points, this varies between 9,000 – 18,000 depending on the card I refer you from. What cards are there and how much do I have to spend? £1000 in 6 months The following cards require a spend of £1,000 in 6 months to qualify for the sign-up bonus. British Airways American Express® Credit Card – 5,000 Avios bonus – no annual fee That is £167 a month or just over £40 a week to meet the sign-up bonus £2,000 in 6 months Nectar Credit Card – 20,000 Nectar point bonus – £25 annual fee (first year free) Marriott Bonvoyᵀᴹ American Express® Card – 20,000 Marriott Bonvoy point bonus – £75 annual fee You would need to spend just over £333 a month or approx £83 a week to meet the sign-up bonus £3,000 in 6 months British Airways American Express® Premium Plus Card – 25,000 Avios bonus – £175 annual fee American Express® Preferred Rewards Gold Credit Card – 20,000 membership reward point bonus – £140 annual fee (first year free) If you can spend £500 a month or £125 a week on either of these cards you would meet the sign-up bonus. £4,000 in 6 months The Platinum Card® – 30,000 Membership reward point bonus – annual fee £575 A spend of £667 a month or £167 a week would see you qualifying for the sign-up bonus. You can get a referral (and increased sign-up bonus) here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/ This is great news for those who have signed up after 20th January and expected to make their sign-up target before COVID-19 hit BUT also great news for those who might otherwise struggle to hit Amex’s sign-up bonuses. Have you considered signing up with the new more generous qualifying period?

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American Express has just extended the qualifying period to earn your Amex sign-up bonus from 3 months to 6 months. The money required to meet the spend target is still the same but now you have DOUBLE the time to reach the goal!

This change is backdated to users who signed up from the 20th January onward and you should see this change reflect on your tracker in your online account. Perhaps more exciting however is the fact this applies to all NEW applications at the moment. If you signed up now you’d have until early November to meet your spend target!

If you have held or hold a personal card from American Express in the past 24 months you aren’t eligible for a sign-up bonus from an American Express card. There are two major exceptions to this:

1) British Airways American Express Premium Plus Card

You cannot of held or currently hold an Avios earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus.

2) The Platinum Card

You cannot of held or currently hold a Membership Reward points earning card in the last 24 months to be eligible for a sign up bonus. You can hold another personal American Express card and still be eligible for the sign-up bonus.

This is my experience using the points system and is not a recommendation of any financial product. There are other credit cards which can earn you travel points including IHG credit cardTesco Credit Cards (by exchanging Clubcard points for avios, hotel stays and more) & Virgin Atlantic credit card. If you use one of my referral links to an American Express card upon you being accepted I will receive points, this varies between 9,000 – 18,000 depending on the card I refer you from.

What cards are there and how much do I have to spend?

£1000 in 6 months

The following cards require a spend of £1,000 in 6 months to qualify for the sign-up bonus.

British Airways American Express® Credit Card – 5,000 Avios bonus – no annual fee

That is £167 a month or just over £40 a week to meet the sign-up bonus

£2,000 in 6 months

Nectar Credit Card – 20,000 Nectar point bonus – £25 annual fee (first year free)

Marriott Bonvoyᵀᴹ American Express® Card – 20,000 Marriott Bonvoy point bonus – £75 annual fee

You would need to spend just over £333 a month or approx £83 a week to meet the sign-up bonus

£3,000 in 6 months

British Airways American Express® Premium Plus Card – 25,000 Avios bonus – £175 annual fee

American Express® Preferred Rewards Gold Credit Card – 20,000 membership reward point bonus – £140 annual fee (first year free)

If you can spend £500 a month or £125 a week on either of these cards you would meet the sign-up bonus.

£4,000 in 6 months

The Platinum Card® – 30,000 Membership reward point bonus – annual fee £575

A spend of £667 a month or £167 a week would see you qualifying for the sign-up bonus.

You can get a referral (and increased sign-up bonus) here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/

This is great news for those who have signed up after 20th January and expected to make their sign-up target before COVID-19 hit BUT also great news for those who might otherwise struggle to hit Amex’s sign-up bonuses. Have you considered signing up with the new more generous qualifying period?

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Double Points on your Amex Platinum https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/double-points-on-your-amex-platinum/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=double-points-on-your-amex-platinum https://pointsuncovered.com/american-express/double-points-on-your-amex-platinum/#respond Fri, 24 Apr 2020 00:26:54 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1458 For the next 3 months (until 20 July 2020) you will receive double points on spend on your Amex Platinum card. On day to day earning (excluding BA Premium card’s 2 for 1 voucher) this makes the Amex Platinum temporarily the most rewarding card in your wallet. What about other American Express cards? ONLY the Amex Platinum, International Currency Platinum card and Centurion card holders are eligible to receive double points. If you have any other American Express card you are out of luck unfortunately! Does this apply to new sign-ups too? There is nothing in the wording that suggests that this offer is only for existing customers BUT I would recommend clarifying with American Express before applying if you are interested in the double points. If you haven’t had a personal membership reward earning Amex in the last 24 months you would net 43,000 membership reward points (equal to 43,000 Avios) by meeting the spending target and being referred by an existing user. You can get a referral here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/ How many points will I earn now? 2 Avios per £1 2 Virgin Flying Club miles per £1 4 Hilton Honors points per £1 3 Marriott Bonvoy points per £1 These are just the main ones we cover on Points Uncovered. American Express has a wide range of partners which you can exchange your points to. If you’d like to view all the Airlines and their conversion rate click here – https://www.americanexpress.com/en-gb/rewards/membership-rewards/travel/airlines? – and to view all the Hotels and their conversion rate click here – https://www.americanexpress.com/en-gb/rewards/membership-rewards/travel/hotels? Is it worth getting an Amex Platinum if I haven’t got one already? If you haven’t had a personal membership reward earning card in the last 24 months you may be tempted to sign-up to get the 43,000 membership reward points for hitting the spending target and being referred before cancelling for a pro-rata refund. Remember however due to the current situation it may be difficult for you to spend money to meet the target AND a lot of the benefits that come with the card are travel related. e.g. the travel insurance and status with various hotel chains. Do you want to pay for benefits that you aren’t actually getting? Food for thought!

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For the next 3 months (until 20 July 2020) you will receive double points on spend on your Amex Platinum card. On day to day earning (excluding BA Premium card’s 2 for 1 voucher) this makes the Amex Platinum temporarily the most rewarding card in your wallet.

What about other American Express cards?

ONLY the Amex Platinum, International Currency Platinum card and Centurion card holders are eligible to receive double points. If you have any other American Express card you are out of luck unfortunately!

Does this apply to new sign-ups too?

There is nothing in the wording that suggests that this offer is only for existing customers BUT I would recommend clarifying with American Express before applying if you are interested in the double points.

If you haven’t had a personal membership reward earning Amex in the last 24 months you would net 43,000 membership reward points (equal to 43,000 Avios) by meeting the spending target and being referred by an existing user.

You can get a referral here – https://pointsuncovered.com/amex-referral-link-uk/

How many points will I earn now?

2 Avios per £1

2 Virgin Flying Club miles per £1

4 Hilton Honors points per £1

3 Marriott Bonvoy points per £1

These are just the main ones we cover on Points Uncovered. American Express has a wide range of partners which you can exchange your points to. If you’d like to view all the Airlines and their conversion rate click here – https://www.americanexpress.com/en-gb/rewards/membership-rewards/travel/airlines? – and to view all the Hotels and their conversion rate click here – https://www.americanexpress.com/en-gb/rewards/membership-rewards/travel/hotels?

Is it worth getting an Amex Platinum if I haven’t got one already?

If you haven’t had a personal membership reward earning card in the last 24 months you may be tempted to sign-up to get the 43,000 membership reward points for hitting the spending target and being referred before cancelling for a pro-rata refund.

Remember however due to the current situation it may be difficult for you to spend money to meet the target AND a lot of the benefits that come with the card are travel related. e.g. the travel insurance and status with various hotel chains. Do you want to pay for benefits that you aren’t actually getting? Food for thought!

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British Airways Coronavirus Cancellation Policy https://pointsuncovered.com/british-airways/british-airways-coronavirus-cancellation-policy/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=british-airways-coronavirus-cancellation-policy https://pointsuncovered.com/british-airways/british-airways-coronavirus-cancellation-policy/#comments Fri, 13 Mar 2020 21:32:39 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1451 A lot of airlines and hotel groups have implemented various cancellation, refund and rebooking policies due to the current Coronavirus outbreak. BA was seen to be a little behind the times with the support they were offering customers with the current Coronavirus outbreak. The good news is BA have just further relaxed their British Airways coronavirus cancellation policy and is now allowing you to cancel any flight up to the 31st May in return for a voucher. What is the British Airways Coronavirus Cancellation Policy? At the time of writing the current policies offered by British Airways are as follows: You’re travelling with British Airways between 14 March & 31 May regardless of when you booked. You can cancel your booking and receive a voucher for the same value. Vouchers are valid for 12 months and can be used to any destination. Your voucher can be used as part payment towards a future booking to any destination. It must be redeemed for travel on flights taken within 12 months of your original date of departure. You made a booking with British Airways between 3 March & 31 May to any destination at any time/date. All bookings made between 3 March to 31 May can be exchanged for a voucher of the same value Your voucher can be used as part payment towards a future booking to any destination. It must be redeemed for travel on flights taken within 12 months of your original date of departure. There is also zero change fees on all bookings made between 3 March to 31 May. You can change your travel dates to the same destination up to 12 months from the original booking date. However, you will be on the hook for any difference in fare. Take a look at the full details on British Airways’ Book with confidence page here – https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/flights-and-holidays/flights/book-with-confidence Should you book flights/cancel previous bookings? This is a tough one! Personally I wouldn’t book any travel until the situation with Coronavirus has settled. Whilst you can change your booking or get a voucher if you decide not to travel your money will be stuck with BA. There are NO cash refunds. You will also need to make another booking and fly with them within 12 months of your original flight date. If you have an existing booking it gets a little more interesting. Whereas previously you had no choice if you wanted to cancel you’d lose your money, the situation is slightly different. You can get a refund…albeit in the form of a voucher with BA. Does it make sense to do this? Whilst many of you were probably waiting for a way to get out of your flights without losing your money. I’m not so sure this is a great idea… why? Well with the news of the EU relaxing rules regarding airplane slots it’s likely BA will cancel a chunk of flights now they aren’t forced to fly ‘ghost flights’. If your flight is cancelled, you are entitled to a full refund in CASH. The risk? Well that BA will remove this offer and then you are stuck with a flight you don’t want to use with no way of a refund! If you have an imminent flight within the next few days I’d take the voucher, otherwise, I’d sit tight to see what happens! Are you tempted to cancel with the recent addition of an e-voucher refund available to you?

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A lot of airlines and hotel groups have implemented various cancellation, refund and rebooking policies due to the current Coronavirus outbreak. BA was seen to be a little behind the times with the support they were offering customers with the current Coronavirus outbreak. The good news is BA have just further relaxed their British Airways coronavirus cancellation policy and is now allowing you to cancel any flight up to the 31st May in return for a voucher.

What is the British Airways Coronavirus Cancellation Policy?

At the time of writing the current policies offered by British Airways are as follows:

You’re travelling with British Airways between 14 March & 31 May regardless of when you booked.

You can cancel your booking and receive a voucher for the same value. Vouchers are valid for 12 months and can be used to any destination.

Your voucher can be used as part payment towards a future booking to any destination. It must be redeemed for travel on flights taken within 12 months of your original date of departure.

You made a booking with British Airways between 3 March & 31 May to any destination at any time/date.

All bookings made between 3 March to 31 May can be exchanged for a voucher of the same value

Your voucher can be used as part payment towards a future booking to any destination. It must be redeemed for travel on flights taken within 12 months of your original date of departure.

There is also zero change fees on all bookings made between 3 March to 31 May. You can change your travel dates to the same destination up to 12 months from the original booking date. However, you will be on the hook for any difference in fare.

Take a look at the full details on British Airways’ Book with confidence page here – https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/flights-and-holidays/flights/book-with-confidence

Should you book flights/cancel previous bookings?

This is a tough one! Personally I wouldn’t book any travel until the situation with Coronavirus has settled. Whilst you can change your booking or get a voucher if you decide not to travel your money will be stuck with BA. There are NO cash refunds. You will also need to make another booking and fly with them within 12 months of your original flight date.

If you have an existing booking it gets a little more interesting. Whereas previously you had no choice if you wanted to cancel you’d lose your money, the situation is slightly different. You can get a refund…albeit in the form of a voucher with BA.

Does it make sense to do this? Whilst many of you were probably waiting for a way to get out of your flights without losing your money. I’m not so sure this is a great idea… why? Well with the news of the EU relaxing rules regarding airplane slots it’s likely BA will cancel a chunk of flights now they aren’t forced to fly ‘ghost flights’. If your flight is cancelled, you are entitled to a full refund in CASH.

The risk? Well that BA will remove this offer and then you are stuck with a flight you don’t want to use with no way of a refund! If you have an imminent flight within the next few days I’d take the voucher, otherwise, I’d sit tight to see what happens!

Are you tempted to cancel with the recent addition of an e-voucher refund available to you?

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Hilton Coronavirus Cancellation Policy https://pointsuncovered.com/hilton/hilton-coronavirus-cancellation-policy/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=hilton-coronavirus-cancellation-policy https://pointsuncovered.com/hilton/hilton-coronavirus-cancellation-policy/#respond Fri, 06 Mar 2020 19:02:27 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1448 A lot of airlines and hotel groups have implemented various cancellation, refund and rebooking policies due to the current Coronavirus outbreak. Hilton is no exception and has recently released a statement that details the Hilton Coronavirus cancellation policy. What is the Hilton Coronavirus Cancellation Policy? At the time of writing, Hilton has modification and cancellation waivers for guests travelling to, through or from locations listed below for stays through to 31st March 2020 China, Italy, South Korea & Saudi Arabia You can access Hilton’s coronavirus statement here. Be sure to check the link as this article is likely to go out of date quickly with the rapidly developing situation. Here is their statement in full as of today (6th March): Keep an eye on the Hilton Coronavirus cancellation policy on their website if you have upcoming non-cancellation rate reservations with Hilton that you want to cancel. The coronavirus situation changes regularly and the waiver could be extended and/or more countries added to the list.

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A lot of airlines and hotel groups have implemented various cancellation, refund and rebooking policies due to the current Coronavirus outbreak. Hilton is no exception and has recently released a statement that details the Hilton Coronavirus cancellation policy.

What is the Hilton Coronavirus Cancellation Policy?

At the time of writing, Hilton has modification and cancellation waivers for guests travelling to, through or from locations listed below for stays through to 31st March 2020

China, Italy, South Korea & Saudi Arabia

You can access Hilton’s coronavirus statement here. Be sure to check the link as this article is likely to go out of date quickly with the rapidly developing situation.

Here is their statement in full as of today (6th March):

The health and wellbeing of our guests, team members and all who visit our properties is Hilton’s highest priority. 

We are actively monitoring novel coronavirus (COVID-19) updates from the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, and will continue to respond based on the best advice of governments, public health authorities, and medical professionals. 

To assist guests whose travel may be impacted by the novel coronavirus, Hilton has modification and cancellation waivers in place for the following regions: 

  • For guests traveling to, through or from China with stays from January 23rd- March 31st.
  • For guests traveling to, through or from Italy with stays from February 24th- March 31st.
  • For guests traveling to, through or from South Korea with stays from February 24th- March 31st.
  • For guests traveling to, through or from Saudi Arabia with stays from February 27th- March 31st.

We encourage guests with questions regarding upcoming reservations to contact 1-800-HILTONS for assistance.

Keep an eye on the Hilton Coronavirus cancellation policy on their website if you have upcoming non-cancellation rate reservations with Hilton that you want to cancel. The coronavirus situation changes regularly and the waiver could be extended and/or more countries added to the list.

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Marriott Coronavirus Cancellation Policy https://pointsuncovered.com/marriott/marriott-coronavirus-cancellation-policy/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=marriott-coronavirus-cancellation-policy https://pointsuncovered.com/marriott/marriott-coronavirus-cancellation-policy/#respond Fri, 06 Mar 2020 18:49:11 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1445 A lot of airlines and hotel groups have implemented various cancellation, refund and rebooking policies due to the current Coronavirus outbreak. Marriott is no exception and has recently launched a website that details the Marriott Coronavirus cancellation policy. What is the Marriott Coronavirus Cancellation Policy? At the time of writing Marriott is currently waiving cancellation fees for the locations listed below for stays through to 31st March 2020 Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, French Polynesia, Maldives, India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, New Caledonia, Samoa and Italy You can access Marriott’s coronavirus update page here. Here is their policy in full as of today (6th March): Keep an eye on the Marriott Coronavirus cancellation policy on their website if you have upcoming non-cancellation rate reservations with Marriott that you want to cancel. The coronavirus situation changes regularly and the waiver could be extended and/or more countries added to the list.

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A lot of airlines and hotel groups have implemented various cancellation, refund and rebooking policies due to the current Coronavirus outbreak. Marriott is no exception and has recently launched a website that details the Marriott Coronavirus cancellation policy.

What is the Marriott Coronavirus Cancellation Policy?

At the time of writing Marriott is currently waiving cancellation fees for the locations listed below for stays through to 31st March 2020

Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, French Polynesia, Maldives, India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, New Caledonia, Samoa and Italy

You can access Marriott’s coronavirus update page here.

Here is their policy in full as of today (6th March):

Travel Information: COVID-19 Update

We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization’s statements regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and following guidelines from these agencies and the local health departments.
The wellbeing of our guests and associates is of paramount importance. We are waiving cancellation fees for hotel stays through March 31, 2020 for guests traveling to or from the following locations:

  • Asia Pacific: Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, French Polynesia, Maldives, India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, New Caledonia, Samoa
  • Europe: Italy

For the most updated information, please refer to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or your local health authority.
March 6, 2020

Keep an eye on the Marriott Coronavirus cancellation policy on their website if you have upcoming non-cancellation rate reservations with Marriott that you want to cancel. The coronavirus situation changes regularly and the waiver could be extended and/or more countries added to the list.

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Transfer Points between Marriott and Hilton https://pointsuncovered.com/hilton/transfer-points-between-marriott-and-hilton/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=transfer-points-between-marriott-and-hilton https://pointsuncovered.com/hilton/transfer-points-between-marriott-and-hilton/#respond Sat, 29 Feb 2020 19:00:22 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1430 Have you ever wondered if you transfer your points away from Marriott to Hilton? Perhaps you only stay in a few Marriotts a year or you don’t like the recent changes to the Marriott loyalty program! The good news is you CAN transfer points between Marriott and Hilton. The bad news? It’s very poor value! Read on to find on how! What value will I get transferring points? To complete the transfer we need to go Marriott Bonvoy > Virgin Flying Club > Hilton Honors. So if you originally transferred 30,000 Marriott points, you would receive 10,000 Virgin Flying Club (3:1 transfer rate.) Transferred into Hilton Honors points would be 15,000 (2:3 transfer rate.) This in effect is a 2:1 transfer rate from Marriott to Hilton. Not the greatest value… but can be done if you want to! Transfer Points between Marriott and Hilton If the 2:1 transfer rate (taking into account the transfers from each program) doesn’t scare you off this is what you need to do… If you haven’t already got an account you’ll need to sign up for Virgin Flying Club as they are the intermediary we need to transfer the points. Login to your Marriott Bonvoy account and head to the ‘Transfer Points to Miles’ page Choose to transfer your points to Virgin Flying Club. You’ll receive a rate of 3 Marriott Bonvoy Points to every 1 Virgin Flying Club mile. Once the points arrive in your Virgin Flying Club account you will need to call the Flying Club Helpline to transfer the points across. You can find the contact numbers here – https://flywith.virginatlantic.com/gb/en/contact-us.html? The minimum number of miles you can transfer is 10,000 and you’ll receive a rate of 3 Hilton Honors points for every 2 Flying Club miles. Have you thought about transferring your Marriott points to Hilton with the recent changes made to the loyalty program?

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Have you ever wondered if you transfer your points away from Marriott to Hilton? Perhaps you only stay in a few Marriotts a year or you don’t like the recent changes to the Marriott loyalty program! The good news is you CAN transfer points between Marriott and Hilton. The bad news? It’s very poor value! Read on to find on how!

What value will I get transferring points?

To complete the transfer we need to go Marriott Bonvoy > Virgin Flying Club > Hilton Honors. So if you originally transferred 30,000 Marriott points, you would receive 10,000 Virgin Flying Club (3:1 transfer rate.) Transferred into Hilton Honors points would be 15,000 (2:3 transfer rate.) This in effect is a 2:1 transfer rate from Marriott to Hilton. Not the greatest value… but can be done if you want to!

Transfer Points between Marriott and Hilton

If the 2:1 transfer rate (taking into account the transfers from each program) doesn’t scare you off this is what you need to do…

  1. If you haven’t already got an account you’ll need to sign up for Virgin Flying Club as they are the intermediary we need to transfer the points.
  2. Login to your Marriott Bonvoy account and head to the ‘Transfer Points to Miles’ page
  3. Choose to transfer your points to Virgin Flying Club. You’ll receive a rate of 3 Marriott Bonvoy Points to every 1 Virgin Flying Club mile.
  4. Once the points arrive in your Virgin Flying Club account you will need to call the Flying Club Helpline to transfer the points across. You can find the contact numbers here – https://flywith.virginatlantic.com/gb/en/contact-us.html?
  5. The minimum number of miles you can transfer is 10,000 and you’ll receive a rate of 3 Hilton Honors points for every 2 Flying Club miles.

Have you thought about transferring your Marriott points to Hilton with the recent changes made to the loyalty program?

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50% bonus buying Marriott points https://pointsuncovered.com/marriott/50-bonus-buying-marriott-points/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=50-bonus-buying-marriott-points https://pointsuncovered.com/marriott/50-bonus-buying-marriott-points/#respond Sun, 23 Feb 2020 13:01:31 +0000 https://pointsuncovered.com/?p=1425 Marriott Bonvoy has launched a promotion where you will receive 50% bonus when buying Marriott points. To get the bonus you need to purchase at least 2,000 Marriott points. The offer runs until the 25th March… so you have around a month to get your purchase in if you are interested! Is buying Marriott points a good deal? Here you are purchasing points for around 0.64P each (varying on the exchange rate.) Although I value the points I have at 0.66p each (so ever so slightly lower than my valuation.) I’m not a purchaser at this rate UNLESS: In some cash expensive hotels buying points and redeeming them for a stay is better value than paying cash. This is especially true if you hold any Marriott status (just join for FREE here) and get 5 nights for the price of 4. A good example where points are great value is the St Regis New York – here a random 5 night stay will set you back $4,924 or 355,000 Marriott points which with this offer (if you could buy enough) would cost you $2,958.34… a lot better value. The problem here is getting enough points! A member can only purchase 150,000 (bonus included) points with the cap! One way around this is if friends/family members have Marriott accounts and purchase points for you. They can transfer up to 100,000 points each to you every year. To find out how to do this read our article here – https://pointsuncovered.com/marriott/how-to-transfer-marriott-bonvoy-points-to-another-account/ For more examples when booking with points may make sense check our article here – https://pointsuncovered.com/hilton/when-booking-a-hotel-with-points-makes-sense/ I need the points to top me up to make a redemption If you are a few points short of the amount needed for a redemption the price per point isn’t really a concern. Now would be as good time as any to top up your point collection! (Typically you’ll see a 30% bonus offered.) The standard annual cap of being able to purchase 50,000 Marriott points per calendar year has doubled. You can purchase up to 100,000 points with a 50,000 point bonus. This means you can purchase 150,000 points for $1250 (approx £965.) You will need to do this in 2 separate transactions as you can only buy a maximum of 50,000 points per transaction (before any bonuses) If you are interested in buying Marriott points or want to find out more information just click through here.

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Marriott Bonvoy has launched a promotion where you will receive 50% bonus when buying Marriott points. To get the bonus you need to purchase at least 2,000 Marriott points. The offer runs until the 25th March… so you have around a month to get your purchase in if you are interested!

Is buying Marriott points a good deal?

Here you are purchasing points for around 0.64P each (varying on the exchange rate.) Although I value the points I have at 0.66p each (so ever so slightly lower than my valuation.) I’m not a purchaser at this rate UNLESS:

  1. In some cash expensive hotels buying points and redeeming them for a stay is better value than paying cash. This is especially true if you hold any Marriott status (just join for FREE here) and get 5 nights for the price of 4. A good example where points are great value is the St Regis New York – here a random 5 night stay will set you back $4,924 or 355,000 Marriott points which with this offer (if you could buy enough) would cost you $2,958.34… a lot better value.

    The problem here is getting enough points! A member can only purchase 150,000 (bonus included) points with the cap! One way around this is if friends/family members have Marriott accounts and purchase points for you. They can transfer up to 100,000 points each to you every year. To find out how to do this read our article here – https://pointsuncovered.com/marriott/how-to-transfer-marriott-bonvoy-points-to-another-account/

    For more examples when booking with points may make sense check our article here – https://pointsuncovered.com/hilton/when-booking-a-hotel-with-points-makes-sense/
  2. I need the points to top me up to make a redemption

If you are a few points short of the amount needed for a redemption the price per point isn’t really a concern. Now would be as good time as any to top up your point collection! (Typically you’ll see a 30% bonus offered.)

The standard annual cap of being able to purchase 50,000 Marriott points per calendar year has doubled. You can purchase up to 100,000 points with a 50,000 point bonus. This means you can purchase 150,000 points for $1250 (approx £965.)

You will need to do this in 2 separate transactions as you can only buy a maximum of 50,000 points per transaction (before any bonuses)

If you are interested in buying Marriott points or want to find out more information just click through here.

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