New Avios.com Accounts 150 Points for Tedious Survey (Targeted)

I recently registered an Avios.com account in order to book flights to the Channel Islands. Avios.com is separate from British Airways Executive Club, you need some UK address to register, and can move points between the two. The main appeals are additional airline partners like Air Malta and other partners like EuroStar trains.

A few weeks after registering I received an email offer of 150 points to complete a survey. The link was specific to my account so won’t work for anyone else, however I think chances are good if you register you will get it after a few weeks as well.

Avios Survey 150

The value is not so much in 150 points, rather in having an Avios.com account active that might come in handy. One thing I like is that, unlike transfers to Iberia Avios, having a British Airways Executive Club household account (rather than individual) does not prevent transfers.

 

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Chris
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As a resident of Guernsey, I’m delighted to hear you’re planning a visit!

john
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world favorites? do tell! Also interested on the logistics/cost/pain.

David
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I signed up for an avios.com account a few days ago. Received the same survey invitation by email today. It wasn’t especially tedious to fill out. Now I just need to develop a strategy for using avios (a currency I have never found terribly appealing). Thanks for this potentially useful tip. FWIW, I’m a pretty harsh critic of most bloggers (who I see as little more than shameless shills for the credit card fees) but yours is not only valuable, it provides useful info on lesser-known destinations and options to get there, and I don’t feel like I need to… Read more »