No.1 Traveller forms rewards partnership with Avios

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Left: The No.1 Traveller lounge at Gatwick Airport, South Terminal, London, UK. 

Independent lounge operator No.1 Traveller has formed a partnership with rewards specialist Avios to offer customers discounted access to its UK-based airport lounges.

Avios Travel Rewards Programme customers will now be able to access any lounge in the No.1 collection at the discounted rate of £20 (US$30) when booked via – saving up to £15.00 (US$23). The customer making the advanced booking will also receive 750 Avios points. Guests booking on-the-door will also benefit from a £5.00 (US$7.60) discount and 500 Avios points.

No.1 Traveller lounges can be accessed by all departing passengers regardless of carrier or class of travel. Each lounge offers complimentary hot food from a bistro-style menu, tended bars offering complimentary soft and alcoholic beverages, free unlimited wi-fi, and daily newspapers and magazines. Locations include London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Birmingham and Edinburgh airports.

Mark Woodcock, commercial director at No.1 Traveller, said, “We’re delighted to be expanding our partnership portfolio to include the Avios Travel Rewards Programme. Avios’s vast, global network is innovative in the loyalty market and by joining forces, we’re able to reward more frequent travelers than ever before.”

Andrea Burchett, commercial director at Avios, said, “This partnership continues Avios’ tradition of rewarding people for travel and everyday spending, making it easy for them to do so. It’s sure to appeal to our customers as, simply by enjoying the comfortable surroundings of No. 1 Traveller’s lounges and dining experiences at a discounted price, they can collect Avios and boost their balance for their next trip away.”

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