Hi Just wanted to test the logic in my plan! I tend to fly short haul from regional airports (mainly Bristol). Whilst long haul flights from London might hit 1p per Amex MR/Avios, most flights I'm looking at (e.g. booking EasyJet via Emirate Skywards) barely hit 0.4p - so typically I use points for hotels instead and get about 0.7-0.8p However, yesterday I realised that the Amex Nectar gets 2 points per £, at 0.5p per point that's 1p per £ spent, which matches the Amex/Avios estimates So if I was to then convert these to Expedia vouchers via Nectar, in theory I could book any flight and get 1p per £ spent against both flight cost and taxes/fees. Not only this, but I'd also have complete flexibility on airline, without any fluctuations in value and a 20,000 nectar bonus on the new card (potentially also a referral bonus if I refer my wife). I.e. 20,000 Nectar = £100 Expedia Voucher = £100 to directly spend against any Flight listed. This seems too good to be true - have I missed something? Can a Nectar Expedia voucher be used for 100% of flight cost? Are flights more expensive via Expedia (didn't look like it when I checked some examples).