A new way to earn free money with a Virgin card, and more news from this week
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Each Saturday, we round up the top miles, points and travel news that you might have missed on TPG U.K. this week. Here’s what you need to know:
With Virgin Money’s new Virgin Money Back scheme, you can earn cashback on purchases that can be used towards paying off your bill or paid directly to your bank account.
When Hayley Coyle was already abroad in October, she weighed her options and decided to stay in Spain to avoid coming back to another U.K. lockdown.
We know now that the U.K. will enforce its mandatory hotel quarantine policy as of 15 February, but we know few further details.
In light of the U.K.’s ban on passenger flights from the UAE, Emirates has launched one-way flights from the U.K. to Dubai.
In other Emirates news, a source close to the carrier said that it’s considering swapping out one-third of its 777X aircraft on order for smaller Boeing 787s.
We take a look at the countries that have said will allow travellers who are vaccinated.
Our very own Daniel Ross takes a look at the changes he’d like to see from the British Airways and Virgin Atlantic loyalty programmes. There’s no time like the present.
If you’re not earning points on your supermarket shop, you’re missing out. Take a look at the earning potential with Sainbury’s Nectar and Tesco’s Clubcard to see how you could soon be on your way to free flights.
If you’re flying business class, you want to make sure you’re going to have at least a decent experience. Take these bad flights into account when planning for your next business-class redemption.
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If a cargo door opens in flight, this is why you shouldn’t panic.
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