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ADLS exits the Airpoints Programme 2022

2 Nov 2022

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We wanted to let you know that ADLS will be exiting the Air New Zealand Airpoints programme and it will no longer be possible to earn Airpoints Dollars™ through eligible ADLS purchases from 1 December 2022.

Exiting the Air New Zealand Airpoints programme means ADLS will no longer be offering the opportunity to earn Airpoints either individually or through Airpoints for Business. The last day to earn any Airpoint Dollars on eligible purchases with ADLS will be 30 November 2022.

Please feel free to contact us at membership@adls.org.nz if you have any questions.

Kind Regards,
The Membership Team at ADLS

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