Chase Card Services launched the promotion allowing cardmembers who use their British Airways Visa card at any NYC MICHELIN Guide 2011 star-rated restaurant will receive a $50 statement credit. Cardmembers who use their British Airways Visa card at a second NYC MICHELIN Guide 2011 star-rated restaurant will receive an additional $50 statement credit. Cardmembers will also have access to a private dining consultant and may receive complimentary VIP treatment at select restaurant locations. MICHELIN Guide, the most renowned restaurant selection in the world, is participating in this exclusive program to offer British Airways Visa cardmembers the best-rated dining in New York City.
Lloyds TSB improved its rewards offerings to new customers with one Airmile for every GBP1 spent through American Express usage on its Airmiles Duo Credit Card Account, plus an additional 1,500 Airmiles for new customers completing a one-off GBP1,500 balance transfer. This promotional means new customers could collect a potential 3000 Airmiles for the next 6 weeks, beginning March 30th. Customers can use their Airmiles on flights to over 250 worldwide destinations, as well as a variety of other activities, including trips to hotel accommodation, Eurostar breaks, Legoland Windsor, UK country cottages, and spa and golf breaks. 3,000 Airmiles is equivalent to a pamper day for two or return flights from London to Barcelona. In conjunction, Lloyds TSB has launched a new online Airmiles Duo Rewards Hub, designed to help customers make the most of their Lloyds TSB Airmiles Duo Credit Card Account and boost their Airmiles balance.
Lloyds TSB has launched a new online “Airmiles Duo Rewards Hub” to help customers make the most of their Lloyds TSB Airmiles Duo Credit Card Account and boost their Airmiles balance. With this, Lloyds TSB is giving away a collective prize total of 1million Airmiles to 123 existing customers. The “Airmiles Duo Rewards Hub” allows…
Amex Bank of Canada announced that British Airways has joined the American Express Membership Rewards as one of the Program’s newest points transfer participants. American Express Cardmembers enrolled in Membership Rewards are now able to transfer their points into BA Miles. BA Miles reward options include travel to any destination in British Airways’ worldwide network and with partner and oneworld alliance airlines. Membership Rewards is an American Express loyalty program that offers points on your eligible purchases or points for virtually every dollar in purchases charged to the Card.
British Airways and Chase Card Services have joined forces to ramp up the rewards program for the “British Airways Visa
Signature” card that include a 25% increase in the number of BA miles earned and new cardmembers will
receive a bonus 100,000 BA Miles. The new enhanced benefits of the “British Airways Visa Signature” Card
include an improved earn rate of 1.25 BA miles for every $1 spent and 2.5
BA Miles for every $1 spent on British Airways travel and vacation packages, an
increase of 25% from the previous offer; a companion redemption voucher reward when
cardmembers spend $30,000 a year. Cardmembers redeeming BA Miles for a British
Airways flight in any cabin class will receive a flight for a companion in the same
class; a bonus 100,000 BA Miles for existing US British Airways
Executive Club members and new card holders approved for the card. Cardmembers receive
50,000 BA Miles after their first purchase, and they receive another 50,000 miles
after they spend at least $2,000 in the first three months. New cardholders automatically become a member of the British Airways
Executive Club and can earn more BA Miles through partners such as Avis,
Marriott, Hilton and E-stores and by taking advantage of great offers from
British Airways and oneworld alliance partners such as AmericanAirlines.
British Airways and American Express have renewed their credit card partnership. Managed by British Airways’ rewards subsidiary The Mileage Company, the partnership includes three consumer co-brand cards, a corporate co-brand card and merchant acceptance agreements. The “American Express Membership Rewards” agreement, launched in August 2008, is for the first time extended into the U.S., allowing British Airways American Express consumer and corporate cardholders in the U.K. to continue to collect “BA Miles” and “On Business Points,” respectively. This also allows U.S. American Express cardholders to transfer “Membership Reward” points into British Airways’ “Executive Club Frequent Flyer” program for travel on British Airways and “Oneworld” partners. The Mileage Company UK-based reward program currently serves four million in 2008 through its 200 brands.
British Airways and American Express have renewed their credit card partnership.
Managed by British Airways’ rewards subsidiary The Mileage Company, the
partnership includes three consumer co-brand cards, a corporate co-brand
card and merchant acceptance agreements. The American Express Membership
Rewards agreement, launched in August 2008, is for the first time
extended into the U.S., allowing British Airways American Express
consumer and corporate Cardmembers in the U.K. to continue to collect
“BA Miles” and “On Business Points,” respectively. This also allows U.S.
American Express Cardmembers to transfer Membership Reward points into
British Airways’ “Executive Club Frequent Flyer” program for travel on
British Airways and “Oneworld” partners. The Mileage Company UK-based
reward schemes served four million people in 2008 through its 200 brands.
Loyalty solution provider Alliance Data Systems and BMO Bank of Montreal
have enhanced the AIR MILES credit card program.
BMO AIR MILES MasterCard cardholders will now earn 1 reward mile for
every $20(CDN) spent, vs. previously every $40 spent, and will now earn
1.5 reward miles for every $20 spent when they shop at AIR MILES
Sponsors including Shell, National Car and Alamo. BMO Bank of Montreal
is eliminating the $35 annual fee previously payable by some BMO AIR
MILES MasterCard cardholdersAdditionally, BMO Gold AIR MILES MasterCard
cardholders will receive a 25% discount on flight redemptions,
(currently, Gold cardholders receive a 20% discount for flight
redemptions); and BMO Gold AIR MILES MasterCard cardholders will
continue to earn 2 times the reward miles earned at AIR MILES Sponsors
including Shell, National Car
and Alamo; The AIR MILES Reward Program is Canada’s premier coalition
program, with approximately two-thirds of Canadian households actively
reward miles. AIR MILES collectors earn reward miles at more than 100
brand-name sponsors representing thousands of retail and service
locations across Canada.
AIR MILES reward miles can be redeemed for more than 1200 different
as travel, movie passes, entertainment attractions, electronic
merchandise, and more.
Citi’s new “Shell MasterCard” projects it can save U.K. drivers about GBP63 each, or a total of GBP27 million per year just for fuel purchases. Citi also calculates cardholders can save and additional
GBP72 per year for other purchases, for about GBP135 per year. The card offers 3% cash back on Shell fuel purchases in Great Britain and 1% on all other purchases. The card also offers other motoring benefits. Citi says the new card is the best in rebates in the U.K., comparring itself the similar cards. Other cards included “Barclaycard Cashback”; “Tesco ClubCard”; “M&S &More”; “Amex Platinum MoneyBack”; “Amex Nectar”; “Capital One Cashback Card”; and “MBNA Rewards Visa.”
MD-based SafeNet has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Ingrian Networks. Ingrian Networks will change to the SafeNet name and most product brand names will remain. The Ingrian solutions will be combined with SafeNet’s DARP product to form the Enterprise Data Protection product line, part of the SafeNet’s Commercial Security Division under the direction of CSD SVP and GM, Prakash Panjwani. Sales, sales engineering, customer service and technical support will be under the direction of Phil Saunders, SafeNet’s SVP of Worldwide Sales and Customer Services. In 2007, SafeNet was acquired by Vector Capital, a $2 billion private equity firm specializing in the technology sector.
Jet Airways’ “JetPrivilege” flyer program has signed agreements for the
conversion of points-to-airmiles with Tata and SBI cards. With these
agreements, both Tata and SBI credit cardholders, who are “JetPrivilege”
members as well, can convert card points to JPMiles, with their “Empower”
and “Platinum Card”, “SBI Gold Card” and “SBI International/Domestic”
cards, respectively. This development is part of a recent Jet Airways
initiative to provide members with a more extensive list of opportunities
for earning “JPMiles”. With this airmiles program, travelers can redeem
points for free flights to destinations around the world.
Amex Bank of Canada and the “AIR MILES Reward Program” have launched the “AmEx AIR MILES Platinum” card. Under the new program, MILES” reward mile for every $10 in purchases charged to the card, plus, they can earn one “AIR MILES” reward mile for every $15 in purchases charged to the card everywhere else. The annual fee for the new card is $50. New cardholders will receive 250 bonus reward miles the first time they use the card. Existing “American Express AIR MILES” cardholders can choose to upgrade to the “Platinum” card for a 250 reward miles reward. The new “AmEx AIR MILES Platinum” card will be supported with an extensive national marketing campaign, including television and print advertisements, direct mail and online media.