Norwegian has been an exciting addition to the affordable European flights available from the UK, giving the low-cost airlines a much-needed boost of innovative competition.
And of course it was on a Norwegian flight that I first experienced in-flight WiFi, which is available on most of their services in Europe, as well as on flights between the US and the Caribbean. For me this just one more example of how Norwegian is leading the travel industry.
Now I have even more reason to fly Norwegian because I have discovered their free-to-join loyalty programme: Norwegian Rewards.
Not only can I earn CashPoints when I buy flight tickets with Norwegian, I can also collect points for travel when I’m not flying just by shopping with a range of partner retailers.
CashPoints are a bit like a currency and can be used to pay for flight tickets with Norwegian, or related things like seat reservations, hold luggage or fast track boarding.
I can earn 5% CashPoints on bookings through Hotels.com, which has more than 300,000 hotels worldwide.
Other partners include car rentals (a generous 18% CashPoints), airport lounge passes, the stylish and useful BLOC Hotel at London Gatwick Airport, airport parking, ground transfers and more.
Purchases on the Get Your Guide website also earn CashPoints so all sorts of tours, activities and concert tickets come with this extra benefit.
So it’s easy for members to earn loads of CashPoints in everyday life, even when they are not travelling.
Take a look at this video explaining more about Norwegian Rewards:
Norwegian Reward makes flying Norwegian even more affordable, which for this inveterate traveller is great news!
By Natasha von Geldern
This post has been sponsored by Norwegian Rewards.