Aerclub & Supervalu

Old Feb 24, 17, 1:17 pm
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Buy anything through Eshops by 02/03 to get 250 real rewards.
Could be a packet of seeds from aliexpress for 5c to qualify
https://supervalu.ie/rewards/eshops/FAQ
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Old Feb 25, 17, 7:27 am
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Originally Posted by rabjoshu View Post
Buy anything through Eshops by 02/03 to get 250 real rewards.
Could be a packet of seeds from aliexpress for 5c to qualify
https://supervalu.ie/rewards/eshops/FAQ
Go the email too . Needed some stuff from the Nike store so worked out well. ^
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Old Feb 27, 17, 3:04 pm
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Has anyone any good suggestions on items costing around 1 all in, that can be offloaded afterwards? This seems ripe for great earning!
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Old Feb 28, 17, 1:55 am
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Originally Posted by Heuston View Post
Has anyone any good suggestions on items costing around €1 all in, that can be offloaded afterwards? This seems ripe for great earning!
If you want to "offload" stuff, just send whatever you buy to me.

Thanks!
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Old Feb 28, 17, 4:14 am
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Originally Posted by Heuston View Post
Has anyone any good suggestions on items costing around 1 all in, that can be offloaded afterwards? This seems ripe for great earning!
There is an e-books store (KOBO) - plenty there around 1 - convert to Kindle (if necessary) in e-calibre or just accept a 1 spend to get 250 Avios and care not about the book itself.
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Old Mar 1, 17, 4:41 am
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So if I understand this correctly due to the Supervalu association with Bank Of Ireland we now have a de facto Credit Card in Ireland that we can use to collect Air Miles (Avios)

Fantastic news really!
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Old Mar 1, 17, 4:50 am
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Originally Posted by rabjoshu View Post
Buy anything through Eshops by 02/03 to get 250 real rewards.
Could be a packet of seeds from aliexpress for 5c to qualify
https://supervalu.ie/rewards/eshops/FAQ
They've now changed the minimum purchase on Aliexpress from "online Purchase" to "Minimum purchase 1"
Hopefully they'll honour my <1 purchases up to today
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Old Mar 1, 17, 5:30 am
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Originally Posted by Drums View Post
So if I understand this correctly due to the Supervalu association with Bank Of Ireland we now have a de facto Credit Card in Ireland that we can use to collect Air Miles (Avios)

Fantastic news really!
Yes but only subject to 1 avios for 10 spent (unless it is spent in Supervalu) - better than nothing while we wait but as soon as there is a proper deal...
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Old Mar 1, 17, 5:51 am
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Originally Posted by highflyer66 View Post
Yes but only subject to 1 avios for 10 spent (unless it is spent in Supervalu) - better than nothing while we wait but as soon as there is a proper deal...
I have a personal BOI card that is accumulating Avios into my Supervalu account - where I also shop.

I have already transferred about 1900 Avios in two tranches since January. This looks like my main Avios earning route.
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Old Mar 4, 17, 2:24 pm
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Old Mar 6, 17, 2:38 pm
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Having transferred from SV to Avios, can you then transfer to BA Exec Club?
Yes. However you may have to change address so they match in both accounts
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Old Mar 23, 17, 8:49 am
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Today is the last day to collect 500 points for your first shop on supervalu eshops.

a 1/€1 purchase on ebay should do the trick
https://supervalu.ie/rewards/eshops
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Old Mar 24, 17, 2:09 pm
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Has anyone been having trouble converting their Real Rewards to Avios? I've been trying to do this for about a month but keep getting an error message "We were not able to convert your Real Reward Points to Avios points at this time".

I have tried different browsers and machines to login with but it never works.

Getting fobbed off that there is a known technical issue for some users, no resolution date though and been told this for about a month so far.

Don't want to miss out on the 250 bonus points offer that expires next Friday.
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Old Mar 26, 17, 5:15 pm
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Originally Posted by tangey View Post
Today is the last day to collect 500 points for your first shop on supervalu eshops.

a 1/1 purchase on ebay should do the trick
https://supervalu.ie/rewards/eshops
Extended to the 4th of April
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Old Apr 7, 17, 10:36 am
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Originally Posted by DELLAS View Post
Thanks for the reminder I am with EI so at least a way to earn something on my usually high electric bills. ^ I also need to renew the house insurance and see they have a bonus offer so that will be another handy earner without having to shop in a store. A colleague picked up a RR card for me and I have it all registered.
I have just joined this forum reason being that I wanted to comment on the Avios points scheme. I will not dispute that the news paper sign up points are of value if you already read that paper and the electricity promotion has some value but I advise caution in transferring SuperValu points. You should first select an off peak Aer Lingus flight cost it and then compare it with the cost of the same flight from Avios. You will be shocked at the difference considering that you can cash in the SuperValu points for . Simple example if you consider that the offset for a return flight to Malaga is 17,000 points plus 119 you should begin to understand
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