Buy Wyndham Points With a 25% Discount, Under 1 Cent Each
Wyndham Rewards just launched its latest buy points promotion. Through November 12, loyalty members can buy Wyndham Rewards points with a 25% discount. That’s a rate of just 0.975¢ per point! With over 9,000 properties worldwide, there are lots of properties where you can receive outsized value from this deal. In this post, we go through the details to show you how to take advantage of this offer.
Last Chance: Buy Marriott Points With Up to a 55% Bonus (With a Trick to Mint Airline Miles for 1.95¢)
For Marriott’s Week of Wonders, Marriott is offering a buy Bonvoy points flash sale. Bonvoy elite members can buy Marriott points for just 0.81¢ a piece, while non-elite members will pay 0.83¢ each. This opens the door to stays at the most lavish Marriott properties at a fraction of the cost, going on safari in Africa for under $37 per night, or just scoring inexpensive domestic getaways for as little as $32 per night.
Get 10X Points Through Rakuten This Week, Plus 3,000 Bonus Points for New Members
Rakuten (formerly known as eBates) is offering up to 10% Cash Back (or 10X Membership Rewards points) on purchases this week, including many travel brands. Plus, new members can score a top-notch offer of 3,000 bonus Membership Rewards points just by signing up for a new account and linking your account to a Membership Rewards-earning card. We will show you step-by-step how to take advantage of both of these incredible offers.
Does It Make Sense to Buy Choice Points With a 30% Bonus?
Choice Privileges just launched a new buy points sale offering a 30% bonus when buying 20,000 or more Choice Privilege points. That lets loyalty members snag Choice Privileges points for as little as 0.84¢ a piece. But this offer is only valid now through November 8, 2021. From visiting the Niagra Falls to an ice bar in Stockholm, here’s where Choice points can be especially valuable.
Marriott’s Launches New Week of Wonders Promotion, Plus Bonus Points on Stays This Fall
Marriott’s Week of Wonders is live! Among the dozens of promotions, members can score a 25% discount on new bookings, earn bonus points or property credits at certain brands, and cardholders get additional bonus points. Plus, some Bonvoy members are seeing targeted promotions, including earning a Free Night Award for completing just one stay! Here’s how to check your account for these targeted promotions, and a roundup of all other Marriott promotions currently available.
New Mystery Promotion to Buy United Miles With up to 50% Discount or 100% Bonus
United just launched its newest buy miles promotion, and it comes with a mystery bonus. Now through October 25, 2021, MileagePlus members are can buy United miles with up to a 50% discount or a 100% bonus. At best, you’ll effectively pay as little as 1.88¢ per mile. But, is this worth it? Let’s take a look.
Southwest Is Selling Points With a 75% Bonus, But Is It Worth It?
Southwest just launched a new buy points promotion, offering Rapid Rewards members the chance to buy Rapid Rewards points with a 75% bonus. That sounds pretty tempting, and you might be able to book cheap award flights for less than the cash price of the flight. However, it’s worth considering all aspects before buying points.
Buy Alaska Miles With up to a 60% Bonus (1.85 Cents per Mileage Plan Mile)
Alaska launched a new mileage sale, offering Mileage Plan members the chance to buy miles with up to a 60% bonus. Members who maximize this sale will have the ability to purchase Alaska Mileage Plan miles for 1.85¢ a piece—one of the best rates Alaska has offered.
Buy American Airlines AAdvantage Miles With Up to a 35% Discount
American Airlines’ latest sale lets AAdvantage members buy miles with a 35% discount. The lowest purchase rate through this promotion is 2.1¢ per mile. Here’s when it can make sense to buy points at this rate.
Buy JetBlue TrueBlue Points With Up to a 30% Discount
JetBlue recently relaunched its latest buy points sale. The current promotion offers the ability to buy points with up to a 30% discount. But with a fixed-value rewards program, is buying TrueBlue points ever a good idea?