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Using the “CARDOFFERU” code

Using the “CARDOFFERU” code

  1. Daniel B

    After reading several posts, it seems to me that many people even without having the BA cc card successfully used the “cardofferu” code to get the extra 10% discount after getting the $400 discount by linking to BA through AARP. Is it ok to claim it even if I do not have that card? Has anyone ever had problems with this? I am thinking of getting some tickets on BA website using my AARP discount, but was not sure whether I should try claiming the extra 10% discount by using the “cardofferu” code. Thank you.

  2. David W

    While it sounds good and kudos to the people who have done so and was successful, I think I’d avoid it, personally. I dont want to keep thinking about whether they might cancel my ticket or claw back the discount or not. I’m not in the position to pay a ton of money on flights and a lot of the deals where this stacks on top of the AARP discount means that 10% is under $200, I’ll live. Or just get the card – using the code once for those deals already more than covers the annual fee anyway

  3. Daniel B

    [USER=29]@David W[/USER]: Yes, that is exactly what I was thinking about, that is why I did not do it. Risking a trip, and thousands of dollars over a few hundred dollars savings is not worth for me either!

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