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The title of this post suggests that I am soliciting dwarves for medical experiments, with remuneration in air miles. Can I make it clear that is not what I am doing.
No. Instead, using a couple of neat little “seasoned traveller tips”, I am highlighting a great way to earn a good haul of Avios (or take a small chunk of cash) with minimal effort.
Via Topcashback, Lottoland, a UK-licensed lottery intermediary, is currently offering £13.12 to new users who sign up and deposit £2.
Now we would never promote gambling on InsideFlyer, and we’re not. You don’t actually have to spend the £2. Per the terms of the cashback, you simply need to deposit the £2 and let it sit there for a 2 month “validation period”.
2 month validation period? eh?
Yes, I don’t particularly like that either – but this is a slightly slow burner. Your cashback should land as soon as this period has expired, and you are of course then free to withdraw your £2 (which I strongly suggest you do, given the appalling odds lotteries offer).
So how does that get you 3148 Avios?
Well one of the great things about Topcashback is your ability to convert your cashback into Tesco Clubcard points, at a 1:1 ratio. That is particularly appealing because you can then convert Tesco Clubcard points into Avios at a rate of 1:2.4 – so 1 Clubcard point will get you 2.4 Avios (or 2.5 Virgin Flying Club miles).
The Tesco offer is limited to a maximum conversion of £50 cashback to Tesco Clubcard in any 12 month period, but failing that it’s £13.12 in cash for minimal effort (and you can also convert the cash to various vouchers etc (including Amazon, Boots and House of Fraser) with a bonus of up to 7%.
The Lottoland offer ends on Monday 18 January.