NEWS & OFFERS: Up to 300,000 Avios with Nutmeg, Double Hyatt points on stays and £10 Heathrow Express tickets
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NEWS & OFFERS: Up to 300,000 Avios with Nutmeg, Double Hyatt points on stays and £10 Heathrow Express tickets

NEWS & OFFERS: Up to 300,000 Avios with Nutmeg, Double Hyatt points on stays and £10 Heathrow Express tickets

Up to 300,000 Avios with Nutmeg

Nutmeg has resurrected its regular offer for up to 300,000 Avios bonus when you transfer your ISA to them. The offer is available until 25 September, so I would recommend checking that the ISA is the right one for you before applying as they may not offer the most competitive rates. 

The offer is available when you transfer at least £5,000 from existing ISAs, Lifetime ISAs, Junior ISAs, or Child Trust Funds by 25th September. You can choose to have a cash investment boost paid into your Nutmeg account OR Avios.

This offer is available whether you already invest with us or you’re new to Nutmeg. However, it is not open to John Lewis Investments clients.

Here are the bonus rates:

 

To get your bonus here is what you need to do:

1. Begin by entering your email address in the form here.

2. To choose Avios as your reward, enter your British Airways Executive Club membership number. To choose an investment boost, leave this box blank.

3. If you already invest with Nutmeg, make sure to tick the appropriate box.

4. Click ‘Get started‘. If you’re already a client, you’ll be prompted to log in. If you’re new to Nutmeg, you’ll be prompted to create an account.

5. Once you’re in your dashboard, just click ‘Transfers’ on the left-hand side. You have until the end of the day on 25th September 2024 to initiate your transfers.

Disclaimer: Turning left for less is an editorial website. Nothing here should be taken as financial advice, and it is your own responsibility to ensure that any product is right for your circumstances. Recommendations are based solely on the ability to earn  Avios.

 

Heathrow Express

Heathrow Express rail transfers

Even with the Elizabeth Line now available, the Heathrow Express is still the quickest way to get into West London. It is usually pricey if you don’t book in advance, but the train service has launched a limited number of tickets at just £10 each. However, they used to do advance tickets at £5 so it is not an amazing deal but still worth it if you are planning to use the service anyway. Don’t forget you can use a Railcard on Heathrow Express.

The Early Bird tickets could save you up to 60%. There is limited availability, but you could get a one-way ticket for just £10 for travel dates in August 2024 and £15 for dates outside of August, depending on availability.  

The £10 offer tickets are single (one-way) tickets for travel on dates between 1-31 August 2024 in Express Class. Tickets are only valid on the Heathrow Express Service in the direction for which they have been purchased. 25,000 £10 offer tickets (808 per day) will be released in total and the offer is subject to availability. £10 offer tickets are valid only on the booked day of travel and are non-refundable.

£15 Early Bird tickets available for travel from 1 July to 31 December 2024, excluding the month of August and can be purchased online or through our mobile app. They are only valid for one-way, Express Class tickets. Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. 300 £15 Early Bird tickets are available each day and are subject to availability. Early Bird tickets are only valid on the Heathrow Express service for the specific day and chosen direction of travel.

You can find the offer page here.

 

Double points for Hyatt Place and Hyatt House

Hyatt Place Heathrow

Hyatt is offering double points on stays at Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels worldwide. The bonus is available for stays completed by 15 October 2024. You can earn up to a maximum of 25,000 Bonus points. 

You need to register on this page by 15 September.

 

 

 

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