9,000 additional Avios with every Iberia.com booking


This looks like a very generous Avios offer from Iberia. The airline is offering 9,000 bonus Avios for booking any Iberia, Iberia Express or Air Nostrum flights via iberia.com. The terms of the deal are as follows:

  • 9,000 bonus Avios per transaction, and 90,000 bonus Avios per customer in total
  • One-way or return flights qualify
  • Purchase a paid flight between 21 and 24 June 2018
  • Flights must be operated by Iberia, Iberia Express or Air Nostrum
  • You must have an Iberia Plus account and provide your membership details when booking
  • The bonus Avios must be used before 1 December 2018

Return flights to Madrid in September are currently in the region of £60pp, which means you're buying Avios 0.6p, which is extremely cheap. It gets better if you book an outbound and return flight separately as two singles. At £40 each way, you'll qualify for 18,000 bonus Avios meaning you're paying 0.4p for each one. This is far better than normal Avios promotions. To bag the full 90,000 Avios you'll need to book 10 separate flights.

One thing which isn't clear is whether you can transfer the bonus points to a BA Executive Club account. It doesn't appear that you can, however you may be able to transfer them to a Vueling or Air Lingus account and then on to BA.

It's a very interesting offer, and certainly the cheapest and most interesting way to earn Avios that I've seen in a while.


About Madrid

Average flight time: 02hrs and 25 mins

Elegant, sweeping boulevards and meticulously manicured parks like the Buen Retiro, surround this central Spanish capital that boasts an artistic pedigree unlike any other.

The third largest EU city after London and Berlin, Madrid has been heavily praised for centuries for its home-grown artistic quality, the likes of which include; Velázquez and Goya among others. Masterpieces by these and other greats such as Dalí and Picasso fill the walls of the city's world-renowned galleries.

Widely considered one of the finest culinary capitals in the world, Madrid doesn't hold back when it comes to innovation and creativity in food, giving rise to the Spanish gastronomic revolution. From sociable tapas recognised the world over, to traditional fine dining beneath stunning vaulted ceilings, Madrid knows how to tantalise your tastebuds and invigorate your culinary mind. Read our full destination guide here.

About Barcelona

With its unique city-meets-beach vibe, it’s hard not to fall for the youthful energy and immersive culture of this cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia.

Situated on Spain’s North East Mediterranean coast, the city basks in warm sunshine for much of the year with peak averages between 26 - 30°C in August and September. Rarely even dipping below around 14 - 18°C in winter, it’s easy to understand Barcelona’s attraction.

While August is the warmest month on average, peak holiday season is May to October. Rainfall is limited with June to August the driest time of year, the most falling between September and November and in June you can expect about 10 hours of sunshine every day Read our full destination guide here.

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John is a software developer, travel blogger and digital nomad. Where ever his laptop is, he calls home. Favourite destination? California. San Francisco is the coolest place on earth! Next trip? South of France.

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