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Double Avios Sale

Double Avios Sale

  1. Lorrie

    I saw the posts about the and eHarmony sales, but what about 10,000 avios for quickbooks?!?! Anyone try that?

  2. David W

    Lucky (and others) used the promotion to buy Avois for 0.67 cents each. With this QuickBooks promo, that would mean spending $67 for the 10k Avois to make it an equivalent offer.

  3. MarkS

    For AMEX card holders you can possibly stack offers. For example gives 10 Avios per $ and AMEX rebates $10 on $50 spent. So buy $50 in wine, get 500 points for $40. Of course it’s not .67 each but in the event you NEED some of these things you can get some extra points. Sunglass Hut is another. Spend $200 and get $50 back from AMEX and 16 Avios per USD.

    The rule of thumb with any shopping portal is don’t buy what you don’t need, except maybe a date for .67 cents!


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