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SAS Launches ‘SAS Credits’

SAS Launches ‘SAS Credits’

Scandinavian Airlines has just launched ‘SAS Credits’, a new company loyalty programme that helps businesses cut their corporate travel costs for both flights and hotel stays. SAS Credits 1With SAS Credits, companies can earn and get back up to 6%* of their ticket price every time they fly with SAS and Widerøe.

If an overnight stay is needed, additional SAS Credits can be earned at any participating Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson Hotel throughout Scandinavia, Europe and the Middle East. All earned SAS Credits can then be redeemed by anyone in the company either for new flights or hotel stays.

Benefits of SAS Credits

1.  Earn 2%* SAS Credits on the ticket price in Economy, 4%* in Economy Extra and 6%* in Business

2.  Earn three SAS Credits per hotel room and night

3.  1 SAS Credit = €1 for new flights or hotel stays

4.  Earn from all SAS and Widerøe flights

5.  Earn from all booking classes – Economy, Economy Extra and Business

6.  Earn in all participating Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson hotels in Scandinavia, Europe and the Middle East

7.  All flight and hotel activities in one online account

8.  No minimum requirements

9.  Travellers can earn EuroBonus points at the same time

* Earnings on the net ticket price without taxes and fees.

Membership is free of charge and there are no minimum requirements to join. There is nothing to lose, but a lot to gain. Start cutting corporate travel costs today by joining SAS Credits on www.flysas.com/en/ie/SAS-Corporate/SAS-Credits/

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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