Yes, miles in the Air France/KLM Flying Blue program expiring if you have no qualifying flight or credit card activity on your account for a period of 24 months. You can keep it alive indefinitely by having a qualifying activity on your account within that two-year period.
The IHG PointBreaks promotion is a great way to save up to 80% on IHG properties around the world. At just 5,000 points per night, this quarterly promotion represents one of the best deals to cash in your points.
U.S. Bank is getting into the Ultra Premium Travel Rewards credit card market with a new card, the U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite® Card. This card comes with a hefty $400 annual fee, but it is loaded with benefits, including a unique opportunity to earn unlimited 3x points on mobile purchases.
What if your credit card had a biometric sensor built into it so only you could use it? It wouldn’t matter if someone had your card, your PIN, or your address. Who knows if this will catch on and what the potential security implications will be.
United MileagePlus miles expire if you have no activity on your account for an 18-month period. Fortunately, there are a lot of ways to earn miles within the MilagePlus program. Don’t let your miles expire.
Club Premier, Aeromexico’s frequent flyer program, may not be your first choice for earning and redeeming miles. But, with a host of SkyTeam partners and strategic partnerships with other airlines in the Americas, there’s value in unlikely places in Aeromexico’s award chart.
Yes, IHG Points expire if you have no activity on your account for 12 months.You need to either earn or redeem points during a 12-month period to keep your points from expiring. As long as you have some activity on your account, then your points will stay current and will never expire.