Government unveils the 12 destinations on the green list, 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:
On Friday evening, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps made the announcement that 12 countries and territories have made the cut to feature on the green list.
With the announcement here, we now know — and can update — this list of all of the countries that are on the green list.
This week, Amex announced it’s adding a £10 Deliveroo credit for Gold Cardholders to use every month. In total, that adds up to £120 in additional value annually.
Did you know you could — in a roundabout way — transfer Amex Membership Rewards to EasyJet? Here’s how.
Heathrow Airport won’t reopen the doors to Terminal 3 in time for travel’s relaunch on 17 May.
This week, we saw pressure mount on President Biden and Prime Minister Johnson to open a quarantine-free travel bubble between the U.S. and the U.K.
This week, American Express cut the earning rate on two of its cashback cards — find out if yours is one of them.
Now that we know which countries are on which list, take a look at what kind of COVID-19 test you will need.
BA launched its latest advert this week, and it’s given us some serious wanderlust.
Finally, we take a look at British Airways’ fare classes and how they can help you be a smarter traveller.
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