Book for portugal and end up in Belarus if you've expressed any views against Lukashenko
Just to be predantic ;-), its the value of goods that has to be over £100 (and not more than £30k) and you don't have to pay for it fully to be covered i.e. part payment is fine. This is very handy for large purchases including cars. Obviously if the value of the flight here is less than £100 then you won't be covered. From Which : https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/section-75-of-the-consumer-credit-act-aZCUb9i8Kwfa There are some limitations to when a card company is liable along with the retailer or trader. The goods or service you bought must have cost over £100 and not more than £30,000. Section 75 protection also requires your credit card provider and the seller of goods to be different parties. Section 75 will not apply if the lender is also the supplier. However, to claim under Section 75 you don't have to have paid more than £100 or the full amount on your credit card – the card company is liable even if you made only part of the payment (a deposit, say) on your card. It's the value of the goods you're buying that is key - not the amount paid on the card.
Hoping that their Belarus diversion has the ‘Ratner’ effect on this odious company.
Yeh it really is an absolute pain in the ass. I had to go Spain last month and the hassle was just ridiculous. Pre flight to Spain PCR - £89 Pre flight antigen to UK - 20 euro 2 day and 8 day test package - £120 (some were 300+ i got the 120 cheapest one very lucky as it was seling out quick) 10 day qaurantine - Called every single day, I missed one phone call and a guy turned up at my door asking for my passport All the while I have been fully 2 dose vaccinated for over 2 months now... it's just a gravy train now the covid industry making people rich with all of these tests on perfectly healthy people.
Nowadays only rich and desperate can enjoy bit of freedom.