Advent Calendar Day 5: Win an ‘Aviationtag’ Iberia A320

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Today’s prize is a pocket-sized piece of aviation history: an Iberia Airbus A320 ‘Aviationtag’!

Each Aviationtag is unique and is actually made from the skin of a specific decommissioned aircraft. They can be used to tag baggage, as keychains or simply as a piece of airline memorabilia.

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Good luck – and Merry Christmas!

Entering couldn’t really be easier – all you need to do is click on today’s Advent Calendar window to enter the daily draw, and then enter your email address.

The rules

Every day a winner is randomly drawn from all registrations and they will be notified via e-mail. In the event that the winner does not respond to this announcement within 7 days, the prize will not be awarded to them and will be assigned to a new winner. You can participate once a day.

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Prizes which may require delivery can only be sent to addresses within the UK.


  1. Peter says

    In order to use this tag:

    – your luggage needs to be at least 90 days old and purchased in Spain

    If you attach it to a piece of luggage on a flight different than Iberia’s the airline reserves the right to deduct the entire cost of the tag in points from your Iberia Plus account. If you are unhappy with it you can send an e-mail to Iberia but it needs to contain your Iberia Plus account number in the subject line otherwise it will not be read. You can call Iberia Contact Centre but you will be advised to send an e-mail anyway. If the reply every comes it will not have a name of any specific staff member and it will be sent from a no-reply account. You can escalate your complaint to Iberia CEO but you are 100% guaranteed you will receive no reply.

    If you flight was on Iberia but the points had been taken in error – please contact Iberia via a complaint form. The reply you will receive will state you need to provide a copy of Iberia’s boarding card. If you happen not to have it any longer, Iberia will advise you to contact Iberia, to request it.

    You might contact Iberia on twitter but you will be advised to contact the Call Centre who will advise you to send a form from the website. If you want to complain about lack of solution from the Call Centre and the staff behind the web form, you will be advised to contact Call Centre who will advise you to fill in the form. You can also try the CEO’s Office as they run a permanent 100% No Reply Guarantee Scheme.

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