InsideFlyer Teams Up With Norwegian Reward!

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One of the world’s fastest-growing loyalty programmes is joining forces with our ever-expanding community of frequent flyers and travel enthusiasts. We’re proud to announce that from today (1st of November 2017), Norwegian Reward is an official partner of InsideFlyer.

Norwegian Reward and InsideFlyer will be building a bright future together, constantly improving their programme and our network for all members.

On the subject of the partnership Norwegian commented,

We have paid close attention to InsideFlyer for a long time and value both the articles and the inputs given on the forums. Even though Norwegian Reward has seen a rapid growth the last years, we know there is still lots to do for further improvements and growth. We are therefore very pleased with this partnership and we are looking forward to strengthening Norwegian’s loyalty program, especially among frequent flyers, together with InsideFlyer“.  

For InsideFlyer readers, this means new benefits such as regular CashPoint giveaways and contestsand you’ll be one of the very first to hear the latest news from Norwegian. If there’s a new route announcement, great sale prices or an unmissable CashPoint promo, you’ll find out about it here.

We are all really excited about the partnership and the possibilities it creates – you can look forward to seeing the benefits very soon!

Norwegian Reward is all about offering a little something (and sometimes a big something!) back, to help you turn your current travels into new travels. Check out the details below:

Sign up to cash in!

1 CashPoint equals ~0.92p (1 Norwegian Krone) and there are lots of ways to earn:


The more you fly, the more points you earn. Get 2% CashPoints on LowFare tickets and 20% CashPoints on Flex tickets.


Find great hotel deals and earn points while you sleep. Earn 5% back in CashPoints.


Rental cars

Book a rental car and earn up to 5% CashPoints on the road.


And much more.

Spend your CashPoints on:

  • flight tickets
  • extra baggage
  • seat reservation
  • cancellation insurance
  • booking changes

Use your CashPoints at any time as full or partial payment for your next flight booking.

You’ll receive exclusive membership offers once a month, as well as your updated CashPoints balance.

Frequent flyer rewards

The more you fly, the more benefits you get. As a member, you’ll gain rewards for every sixth flight:

Turn your ‘everydays’ into holidays

Visit and find out how easy it is to earn CashPoints even when you don’t fly. On the website, you can:

  • See all partners and how you can earn CashPoints
  • See all Rewards and how it works to get them
  • Buy gift cards for flights
  • See your CashPoints balance for all your transactions
  • Set up a Family Account to pool your CashPoints together with family and friends

Sign up now or visit



    • Joe Deeney says

      Hi Ben,

      I’m pleased to clarify that most certainly will not be the case. InsideFlyer has many commercial relationships of course, but none of them are contingent on providing unswervingly positive coverage or anything like that. In fact, one of the key reasons companies like to work with us is because readers trust that what our writers say is what they actually think and are interested in, not what they are told to write about.

      We are very careful not to impose an Editorial line on writers as we feel that the debate that differing opinions brings is one of our real strong points and something readers value.

      What the Norwegian partnership does mean is access to insider news, exclusives and lots of competitions where readers will be ab;e to win some very nice prizes. If a story isn’t interesting or a sale isn’t strong, we won’t be covering it just because Norwegian would like us too – don’t worry about that! 🙂

    • Miles Hunt says

      Hi Ben

      As a blogger on InsideFlyer UK, I can assure you that there is no pressure on us whatsoever to write good things about Norwegian. That said, as Joe notes, this partnership will give us opportunities to send some bonuses and exclusives our readers’ way.

      Impartiality remains guaranteed however. If we don’t like what a company is doing, we will say so.


    • Joe Deeney says

      Thanks Andy! – we’ve got some very nice stuff lined up for readers (not least the return of our Advent Calendar next month!), and we’ve always found Norwegian very open and great to work with, so we’re definitely happy.

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