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Fly Buys expands network to include agoda


agoda is the latest partner to join the Fly Buys network, providing access to an online, global accommodation booking platform service for Fly Buys members.

“Through our new partnership with agoda, Fly Buys members will be able to access a worldwide network of over two million accommodation properties which includes hotels and non-hotel options, such as villas and homes,” says Dave Mansfield, Loyalty NZ Chief Partnerships Officer.

Fly Buys members receive over 900,000 rewards every year and every 38 seconds a Fly Buys member gets a reward in New Zealand.
“We are thrilled to be joining the Fly Buys network and to be able to give more New Zealanders the opportunity to enjoy the global accommodation options we can provide,” says Peter Lyons, Partner Relations Manager at agoda.

“Booking through agoda comes with no credit card fees and our members will have the ability to pay now or later through multiple payment options. They will receive incredible worldwide deals, the ability to manage their booking online as well as 24-hour multi-lingual customer service, and now, Fly Buys points.

“By welcoming agoda to the Fly Buys family, we give our members even more value and choice and we will continue to explore more ways to expand the value we offer our members.

“We know that Fly Buys members love to travel, so the addition of agoda to our established travel network which includes helloworld Travel, Europcar and Kiwi Holiday Parks, provides our members with an end-to-end travel experience. They can book their local or international holiday complete with flights, accommodation and car rental while collecting and/or spending Fly Buys points,” says Mr Mansfield.

To celebrate this partnership, Fly Buys members will get triple Fly Buys points when they make a booking through agoda.com/flybuysnz from 15 May – 12 June. All they need to do is register with agoda.com and link their Fly Buys number to start collecting points.

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