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  1. Your definition of “easy” must be different from mine. 🙂

    Unlike probably 99% of your readers, I even have a UK Topcashback account. And I still can’t figure out how to enter my Executive Club number into their system to get the transfer to work.

  2. Both the Avios.com and the BAEC promotion appear to be limited to U.K. residents. All of the shopping partners are U.K.-based. If anyone knows an easy way for U.S. folks to participate, please share.

  3. @Steve not sure why you think “all the shopping partners are UK based” when the blog points out that BA has a US shopping portal.

  4. Yes, Ziggy, the blog points out that BA has a US shopping portal, but the blog doesn’t write the rules for this promotion. Where do you find that the US shopping portal qualifies for this promotion?

  5. @Steve None of published rules that I’ve seen advise which regions can and cannot benefit from this promotion. The only rules available (at least that I’ve seen) are the ones posted in the blog.

    As the blog says, there is nothing that suggests US accounts cannot benefit from this promotion and, again as the blog says, you can use the BA Gate365 US portal to make the smallest of purchases to see if the bonus is applied.

    Is anything guaranteed? No. But, contrary to your suggestion that all shopping partners are UK based, there is a reasonably simple way to find out via Gate365….just make sure you buy something cheap and that you actually want/need/can use.

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