New Heathrow Rewards partnership announced

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Club Aspire co-operators Airport Lounge Development (ALD) and Swissport have announced that Heathrow Rewards members are now able to collect loyalty points when they purchase entry to Club Aspire lounges in Heathrow Terminals 3 and 5.

Heathrow Rewards and Aspire Rewards members will also be able to collect points for both loyalty programs. Until July 1, Heathrow Rewards will also offer its members double points when they pay for entry to the Club Aspire lounges.

Heathrow Rewards members can collect points online when booking lounge entry or in person when presenting their membership card or mobile app. Additionally, groups purchasing entry at the lounge can split the points between them, even if they are signing up to the loyalty program for the first time.

Points can be exchanged for vouchers that can be used at outlets throughout the airport, such as Ted Baker, Jo Malone and MAC. They can also be put toward parking and travel on the Heathrow Express.

At Heathrow, Aspire Rewards points can be collected when checking in at the Club Aspire lounge in T3 only, with points able to be redeemed for free lounge entry, retail vouchers and more.

As well as providing a premium space to relax in ahead of their flight, Club Aspire lounges provide guests with free unlimited wi-fi, complimentary food and drinks, ample seating areas, work zones for those traveling for business, and showers.

The Club Aspire lounge in T5 is not part of the Aspire Rewards program, although all other Aspire, Club Aspire and Aspire Plus lounges in the UK and Ireland are included.

Shaun Weston, VP global lounges at Swissport, co-operator of Club Aspire, added, “We are delighted that our visitors will now be able to add to their Heathrow Rewards points alongside their Aspire Rewards. Being able to form partnerships like this is essential to meeting the increasing needs of global travelers and furthers our commitment to delivering a high-quality experience at the airport.”

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