(EXPIRED) $170 Air France gift card for $150

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Air France is running a gift card promotion: Buy a $150 gift card and Air France will add an additional $20 for a total value of $170 in gift card money. That’s a discount of about 11.8%, which isn’t bad if you anticipate a near-term use for the gift card. Just be aware that the gift card is valid for 1 year.

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The Deal

  • Air France is offering a $20 bonus when you buy a $150 gift card (effectively charging $150 for a $170 gift card)
  • Direct link to this deal

Key Terms

  • Valid for the 300 gift cards purchased from Tuesday, June 7, 2022 to Sunday, June 19, 2022
  • Maximum of 2 gift cards  per beneficiary
  • Gift card is valid for 1 year on all Air France destinations

Quick Thoughts

This deal is valid for 300 purchased gift cards. At the time of writing, there appear to be 187 left of 300. YMMV as to what is left when you click through, but you should be able to see how many are left as shown in the screen shot below.

a blue gift card with a yellow bow and a blue envelope

It looks like the purchase is processed directly by Air France, so this may code as travel / trigger travel credits on some cards.

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US Federal law prohibits selling of gift cards with any expiration date any less than 5 years from date of purchase.

Air France can call it what they want, it still remain to be a “branded card/voucher that carries a certain monetary value and is used to purchase products and services from that brand” and.therefore qualifies as a gift card and is subject to the same rules and regulations.

I purchased 2 of these cards on December of 2019. In March of 2022, Air France cancelled the route I used to fly with them on and I was unable to use them. They apparently expired in Devember of 2020.

I filed a complaint with the Consumer Protection Division of the U.S. Department of Transportation, and they contacted Air France which in turn, contacted me and issued me a refunded of the amounts I paid.

Air France are quite deceptive in their advertising of the products and services they offer. For example, their fleet of Airbus A320 is described as having 2 class fares. A business class, and an economy class. The deceptive part is that they don’t tell you that their 3-seats—aisle—3-seats business class seat configuration including seat pitch (distance between rows), seat width and recline angle is identical to the economy class 3-seats—aisle—3-seats configuration including seat pitch (distance between rows), seat width and recline angle… only difference is that they leave the middle seat empty in their business class seats.

So whenever I find myself having to fly a SkyTeam flight to Europe and beyond, I always try to make sure my flights are on Delta airplanes… Even the food service is much better on Delta than it is on Air France.

Sasha T

Bank of America Air France KLM Master Card shows the merchant as “Sharegroop Paris” in “Shopping and Entertainment: General Merchandise” category, thus not earning extra points (not being processed by airline itself).


Beware : this aren’t gift cards at all, but flight credit. Expires after 1 year, can ONLY be used for the passenger name indicated at purchase.