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Date: 30 June 2020

How to get more CashPoints: 10 insider tips


It doesn’t take as long as you might think to save up enough Norwegian CashPoints for a dream trip.

To speed up the process, follow these 10 tips on how to boost your CashPoint balance.

1. First things first: CashPoints on flights

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Earn CashPoints every time you fly Norwegian

This might seem like a no-brainer, but many people forget to enter their Reward Number when booking flights. Make sure you do as it’s a quick and easy way to earn CashPoints.

LowFare tickets are the most affordable (you’ll earn 2% CashPoints), but if you get a Flex ticket, you’ll not only have all the benefits of flying Flex (two checked bags, Fast Track at selected airports and more), you’ll also get 10% CashPoints!

Find out more about earning CashPoints on Norwegian flights.

2. Retroclaim your missing CashPoints

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Make sure you don’t miss out on any CashPoints! You can retroclaim up to 30 days after your flight. Photo: © Jørgen Syversen

This is a simple trick. If you forgot to enter your Reward Number when you bought your Norwegian flights, (or  someone else booked the trip for you), you can still claim your CashPoints up until 30 days after your departure.

Extra Reward tip: If you weren’t a member of Norwegian Reward at the time of booking your flights, you can still retroclaim your CashPoints!

3. Turn your trips into another trip

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Turn your trips into another trip with Norwegian Reward

There are loads of ways to earn CashPoints. Norwegian Reward’s list of partners is constantly growing, so make sure you maximise your CashPoint earnings by taking advantage of all the services on our website for each step of your journey.

For example, you can earn when you book a hotel from over 650,000 properties around the world, book your airport parking and transfers to/from the airport at your destination, or pre-book your rental car.

You can even add a touch of affordable luxury to your journey and reserve a VIP airport lounge, or save time on your trip by pre-booking skip-the-line tickets to top sights and attractions in your destination.

The possibilities are endless, and they all give you CashPoints!

4. Follow us on social media

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Check out our social channels and don’t miss out on extra CashPoint offers

We often have discounts and promotions at Reward. One of the best ways to learn about them is to follow Norwegian on social media.

We offer limited-time, bonus CashPoint deals when we launch new partnerships. You can boost your balance by being one of the first to see them!

5. Create a Family Account

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The Reward Family Account allows you to earn and use CashPoints with family and friends

Do you often travel with your partner, family or close friends? Create a Family Account so you can earn and spend points with others.

Everyone can collect CashPoints, (even children), but to earn them on flight tickets, you need to enter the Reward Number of every person travelling when you make the booking, not just your own.

The whole family’s points will be pooled in one account so they can be used together to pay for your next trip.

Tip: If your child is under 16 years old, you can set up a Child Account, so you can manage their Reward membership without the need for a separate email address.

6. Read our emails

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Get exclusive discounts and special offers in our newsletters

One of the major perks of being a Reward member is you receive exclusive discounts on Norwegian flights and CashPoint deals on tickets. We send you these by email, so be sure to keep an eye out for our emails to take advantage of them.

What’s more, we send you monthly promotions from our partners, so there are lots of opportunities to bag great deals.

Remember, you can amend the communication settings in your Reward profile at any time. We don’t want to spam you any more than you want to be spammed!

7. Take part in competitions

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Keep an eye out for competitions where you can win CashPoints and other prizes

Who says you can’t earn CashPoints and have fun at the same time? Alongside partners and collaborators, we run competitions and campaigns that allow you to win CashPoints. And more often than not, the prizes are enough for a return flight to the destination of your dreams!

From plane-spotting to picture-posting, take a look at our past competitions, and keep an eye out for more.

8. Play Norwegian Reward’s Advent Calendar games

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You could win CashPoints every day with Norwegian’s Christmas Countdown

Count down to Christmas with our Advent Calendar.

Behind each window you open in the run-up to Christmas, you’ll find a fantastic, time-limited offer where you can earn extra CashPoints with our partners.

Plus, there’s a CashPoint raffle every day, with a massive prize to be won in the main draw, so you have plenty of chances to grab some easy CashPoints.

10. Get Rewards: +2% CashPoint boost

Rewards are our frequent flyer perks, and getting your hands on them is easy because you only need to fly eight times in a year to earn one Reward – and stopovers count!

The first Reward you get after you’ve taken eight flights is a 2% extra CashPoints. You can use it every time you fly for a whole year.

After you’ve taken another eight flights, you can choose which Reward you get next, such as free Fast Track or free seat standard reservation. Or you can choose 2% extra CashPoints again. And again. And again. In fact, you can collect up to three CashPoint boost Rewards – each of which has unlimited use for 12 months. That’s a whole lotta CashPoints!


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