Check To See If You’re Targeted To Earn 1,000 Bonus AA Miles per Night at Hyatt Properties
Hyatt and American Airlines just released their latest partner promotion good for stays from April 15 through July 31, 2021. During that timeframe, targeted and registered Hyatt members can earn 1,000 bonus AAdvantage miles per night at Hyatt properties worldwide. That’s a solid deal, especially when stacked with the other promotions Hyatt is currently offering. Here’s how to check if you’re targeted and register.
Alaska Flights Now Bookable Online With British Airways Avios
With Alaska’s Oneworld membership now official, British Airways introduced the new ability to search and book Alaska award flights on its website. Now you no longer need to call a British Airways phone agent to search award availability and book Alaska flights with Avios.
JetBlue Launches “Mystery” Buy Points Sale
JetBlue launched its latest buy points sale, offering customized promotions to targeted TrueBlue loyalty members. The best promotion offers the ability to buy points with up to a 70% bonus. That’s close to the cheapest JetBlue has ever sold them. But with a fixed-value rewards program, is buying points ever a good idea?
Buy United Miles With Up to a 85% Bonus, 2.03 Cents Per Mile
United just launched its latest buy miles sale, offering up to 85% bonus miles. If maximized, you’ll pay as little as 2.03¢ per mile. That’s the sold rate and could translate into significant savings in some circumstances. But, when does it make sense to buy miles, especially during a pandemic? Let’s take a look at some examples.
Buy LifeMiles With a 155% Bonus (With a Trick to Get a 170% Bonus, 1.22¢ Per Mile)
LifeMiles just extended its buy miles promotion, offering members the opportunity to purchase LifeMiles with a 155% bonus—or a 170% bonus through a special link. This rate allows members to top-off their LifeMiles balance at only 1.22¢ per mile. That’s close to the best price ever offered. LifeMiles offers a generous award chart and minimal fees on partner redemptions, making this a promotion certainly worth considering.
Buy Alaska Miles With up to a 60% Bonus, Just 1.85 Cents per Mileage Plan Mile
Alaska launched its latest 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 better rates Alaska has offered.
Buy Virgin Points With up to a 50% Bonus
Virgin Atlantic just announced a new buy points promotion. Through April 30, 2021, Flying Club members can buy up to 225,000 points for as little as 1.81¢ per point. That’s an incredible deal considering some of the partner award sweet spots available—including ANA first class for less than $1,000 one-way!
You Can Now Fly ANA First Class to Japan for Just 55,000 Virgin Points One-Way
One of the sweetest sweet spots just got even sweeter! Flying Club members can now redeem Virgin points for one-way ANA awards in any class of service. Combined with this partnership’s unbelievable award pricing, this opens incredible opportunities for flights to/from Japan. But don’t delay—deals this good don’t tend to last forever.
World Of Hyatt Selling Points With a 25% Discount
Hyatt just announced its latest buy points sale, offering members a 25% discount on purchased points now through April 30, 2021. If maximized, World of Hyatt members can snag Hyatt points for as little as 1.8¢ per point. Here are the amazing opportunities this opens up, from an all-suite resort in Bali to a private island in the Caribbean.
Chase Expands Peloton Partnership, Extends Pay Yourself Back and Travel Credit Flexibility
Chase just announced a new facet to its partnership with Peloton, adding new earning bonuses for large Peloton purchases made with the Sapphire Preferred and Sapphire Reserve. Plus, Sapphire cardholders can now continue to utilize several popular Covid-era features for longer than expected, such as the just-extended ‘Pay Yourself Back’ tool and Sapphire Reserve travel credit flexibility.