Bits: 5% ski holiday saving with SNO, 2,000 Nectar points when you sign up to GWR marketing emails and make the first booking

News in brief:

Get 5% off your ski holiday with a SNO promo code

The ski holiday operator SNO currently offers an exclusive 5% off discount code for all Head for Points and Shopper Points readers this season.

SNO holidays is a well-respected British ski holiday operator who have previously won the title of “Best UK Specialist Travel Agent” in the Telegraph’s World Snow Award.

The ski company has a wide range of ski accommodation across resorts in Europe, America, Canada and Japan. Chalets, hotels and apartments can be packaged with scheduled British Airways flights instead of charter aircraft which lets you earn Avios!

Valid until the 28th February 2019, readers can claim 5% off the full brochure price of a holiday using the code SNOHFP.

You can find all SNO ski holidays on their website here, and the phone number to call and claim your 5% discount is 020 7770 6888.

Get 2,000 Nectar points with GWR

GWR needs you to update your email preferences and is offering 2,000 bonus Nectar points in return.

Unfortunately it is not as easy as making a few clicks, as in addition you need to book a train ride.

You need to visit the GWR website and update your marketing preferences here. In order to qualify for 2,000 bonus points you need to do so before 12pm on 29th November AND book a First or Standard Class Advance Single fare on services operated by GWR only.

Train tickets must be booked at least one day in advance. It doesn’t look like the T&Cs are mentioning any minimum spend or minimum distance…

The GWR/Nectar offer page is here.

You can update your preferences here and T&Cs are here.

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Comments

  1. http://Phil%20Firmin says

    So for the GWR deal, you need to buy a Standard or First Class “ADVANCE SINGLE FARE” only on services operated by GWR. Once you subscribe and add your nectar number, and then look for fares, GWR helpfully tells you which fares will be eligible for the nectar deal, with a little purple speech-bubble. It should be noted, that for this type of fare, you need to travel a bit of distance. Reading and Slough into Paddington, for example, didn’t seem to have this fare type. However, Oxford to Paddington did, and I found a fare for just over £5 in two days time.

    Although I never intended to travel, I bought the ticket because of the Nectar double-up points this week means 2,000 points is worth £20 if you spend it in the departments in the double-up offer: such as Sainsbury’s TTD Wine. Interestingly the points credited within 24 hours of the purchase. I did elect to pick my ticket up from my local BR station, which I did on the day of booking, so this may have helped getting the points credited so quickly.

  2. http://Nick_C says

    Thanks Phil – Oxford to Reading, £3.00, single tomorrow.

    Two more bottles of Port from Sainsbury’s!

  3. How long do the points take to credit?

  4. I did Falmouth Docks to Falmouth Town for £1.40. Points haven’t credited yet.

  5. Oh and on Nectar double up… for what its worth…. a refund of an item goes back onto a Sainos gift card.

    • http://Paul says

      Hi RTS, how much have you tried to refund? I thought they would refund to nectar card in the past.

  6. http://Johnny5a says

    Doesn’t work. The site errors – so I suspect they’ve blocked it. Railcards work 🙂

  7. http://Johnny5a says

    Sorry ignore my comment about about it doesn’t work. it was meant to be a reply elsewhere

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