Avios calculator

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Avios calculator

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British Airways American Express® Credit Card

British Airways American Express® Credit Card

  • Collect 1 Avios for every £1 spent
  • Receive 5,000 bonus Avios when you spend £1,000 in the first 3 months of Cardmembership
  • No annual fee

Representative example: When you spend £1,200 at a purchase rate of 28.1% (variable) p.a., your representative rate is 28.1% APR (variable).


What is Avios and how does it work?

Avios is a frequent flyer scheme that allows you to earn points towards the cost of a flight as you spend. You can earn points through flying, spending with Avios partner brands or converting points from other programmes, such as the Sainsbury’s Nectar points scheme. There are several credit cards and business credit cards that offer Avios but the best Avios credit card for you will ultimately depend on whether you are happy to pay an annual fee.

You can redeem your Avios points via the Avios website. You can use them to book flights, a hotel or car hire, or to book days out and experiences or even order wine.

Pros and cons of Avios points credit cards


  • Earn rewards for your everyday spending.
  • You can use your points for flights and lounge passes.
  • You could be eligible for a companion ticket.


  • Availability is limited when booking flights.
  • You will still need pay for taxes and charges for flights – Avios points do not cover this.
  • For some cards, only high earners are eligible.

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