British Airways has increased the number of points its Executive Club members can collect in its Avios store.
Members can get closer to unlocking exciting travel rewards by earning up to double this month when shopping at selected retailers including H&M and John Lewis on its eStore.
Until the beginning of March, members can collect up to twice as many points when they shop online through the hundreds of retailers available on the eStore.
As a result, members can boost their balance and transform their everyday spending into an array of travel rewards such as flight redemptions, upgrades, hotels, car hire and other experiences.
Up to double Avios points per £1 are available on the following retailers:
- Harvey Nichols: Up to 14 points/£1 (up from 6)
- Elemis: 12 points/£1 (up from 7)
- Selfridges: Up to 12 points/£1 (up from 6)
- H&M: 10 points/£1 (up from 5)
- MR PORTER: 9 points/£1 (up from 6)
- TK Maxx: 5 points/£1 (up from 3)
- John Lewis: 4 points/£1 (up from 2)
In addition, Executive Club Members can also earn double points at both Twickenham Stadium and the England Rugby store.
British Airways is the Official Airline Partner to England Rugby and ‘Principal Partner’ to Twickenham Stadium.
“We’ve made it even easier for our Executive Club Members to increase their balance and top up their holiday fund, thanks to this fantastic offer of up to double Avios per £1”, Niall Rooney, Loyalty Manager at British Airways, said.
“The hardest part is choosing where the next getaway is – whether it be a Spring break or a Summer holiday”.
To collect the points while shopping online, customers simply visit the British Airways Avios eStore and log in.
Members can then click through to retailers’ websites to automatically earn points as they spend.
As always, members of the British Airways Executive Club can earn points on their British Airways booking.
These can be spent on Reward flights, upgrades, hotels, car rental and cutting the cost of a flight.
When using part payment, customers can pick from a range of savings by destination and cabin and they still collect points and tier points on their bookings.
The British Airways Executive Club is free to join and can be done so here.