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The last Groupon offer was numbered 22, so I would regularly check for offer number 23 to go live. Makes sense, right? Except Groupon jumped to offer number 24 – and made things much worse! As usual, you will be buying Avios for an Iberia Plus account, but you can always move them over to British Airways Executive Club if desired…
Don’t turn on your auto-pilot and buy the cheapest pack blindly. Now you receive a mere 1,000 Avios for 19 euros, instead of 2,000 –> a horrible deal!
The new price list is:
- 1,000 Avios for 19 euros (1.9 euro cents apiece!)
- 2,000 Avios for 29 euros (1.45 euro cents apiece)
- 4,000 Avios for 59 euros (1.48 euro cents apiece)
- 8,000 Avios for 109 euros (1.36 euro cents apiece)
- 15,000 Avios for 199 euros (1.33 euro cents apiece)
- 20,000 Avios for 259 euros (1.3 euro cents apiece)
- 35,000 Avios for 429 euros (1.23 euro cents apiece)
Because the cheapest pack is the largest pack, you will run into a different problem when trying to acquire lots of Avios. Each Iberia Plus account can only receive a maximum of 100,000 Avios from Groupon. The T&Cs do not specify whether this is an annual limit, a lifetime limit, or simply applies to each new iteration of this offer.
Here is the direct link for the Groupon offer, although you might not want to use it…
I have been testing a Spanish cashback website called Beruby that is paying 10.4% cashback on this offer from Groupon. It seems to work fine and you can pay out to a PayPal account.
I suppose that there was always a chance that Iberia Plus would tire of selling Avios at a much cheaper price via Groupon, but it’s sad to see the death of one of my favourite ways of accumulating cheap Avios…