Returning to England from an amber list country, 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:
A look at the experience of two TPG staffers who recently returned to England from amber list countries.
We’re now allowed to travel again! But what kind of COVID-19 testing will you need and how much will it cost?
Did you know your purchases are protected by American Express Purchase and Refund Protection? Here’s how it works.
Prior to 17 May, foreign travel for leisure was illegal. The advice has now changed — find out what you can and can’t do this summer.
Travel insurance covers travel to destinations without U.K. government warnings against travel. Which European countries will your travel insurance cover this summer?
As the United Kingdom removes most social distancing measures, US travellers are warned to avoid travel to the UK.
There’s an exception to the new rule that fully vaccinated travellers can avoid self-isolation on their return from amber countries as yet another list and set of rules is introduced.
Adding a supplementary cardholder can be a great way to earn more miles and points. Here we explain if you can earn a bonus if you’ve been someone else’s supplementary cardholder.
Even if you’re not eligible for the welcome bonus, the current offer with the Marriott Bonvoy credit card can give you 18 months of elite hotel status for a low price.
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