What the new Spanish island travel corridors mean for your holiday, 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:
This week saw the introduction of new Spanish island corridors. But what does it mean for you?
Additionally, this week saw a new tier approach to the U.K.’s fight against the coronavirus. Find out what it means for your staycation this year.
This week also saw Italy, Vatican City State and San Marino removed from the U.K.’s travel corridor list. Additionally, the Greek Island of Crete was readded.
Bad news this week for points and miles collectors who use a Tesco Clubcard to collect Avios — the partnership is ending. Find out when.
If you’ve been used to using your Priority Pass to get into No1 Lounges, you’ll no longer be able to, effective immediately.
Finally, in some good news this week, BA announced that it has extended Companion Vouchers by an additional six months.
Check to see if you were targeted for this amazing Amex Offer with Marriott, which could get you a stay for free.
In a hopeful sign, there are rumblings that New York and London could establish an air corridor of their own by the end of the year.
One contributor looks back at the nine things they wish they knew before visiting Greece.
Finally, find out how one TPG reader was able to lock in a business-class upgrade for a low price tag by using a bidding system.
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