When Should You Buy United Miles Without a Bonus?
United’s latest mileage sale has ended, but you can still buy United miles if you need to top off an award. Also, here are the ways to get United miles without having to pay for them—either by transferring points from Chase Ultimate Rewards or by earning them through a credit card.
Chase Adds the Ability to Easily Combine Two Account Logins
One of the cons of having both personal and business credit cards with Chase is juggling your multiple login credentials. To simplify things, Chase has recently added a new feature to its online account center. Customers can now easily combine multiple logins into one—including personal and business accounts. Now you only need to remember one login!
British Airways Extends AARP Discount, Offers 10% off for Chase Cardholders
British Airways offers two lesser-known but valuable benefits for saving on booking flights to Europe, and both were just extended for bookings into 2021! Here’s how you can save up to $200 per person per round-trip for just a $16 annual membership fee. Plus, Chase cardholders can save 10% off the remaining cost of the flight by applying a discount code.
You Can Now Use AAdvantage Miles to Pay for Seat Reservations on American Airlines
American Airlines just launched a new way for AAdvantage members to redeem miles. As AwardWallet confirmed with American Airlines this afternoon, AAdvantage members can now use their miles to purchase seat reservations. For now, it’s limited to select airports, but this is likely to be the start of a larger rollout.
Buy Marriott Points With a Best-Ever 60% Bonus
With Marriott’s just-launched point sale, Bonvoy members can buy points for just 0.78¢ a piece. That’s the cheapest rate we’ve ever seen them sold. This opens the door to stays at the most lavish properties at a fraction of the cost—which is great if you want to stay at a hotel fit for a movie star but can’t afford the movie star price. But, it’s also great for scoring inexpensive domestic getaways.
Airlines Offering Bonus Miles, Incredibly Generous Rebooking Options for Booking Flights Now
Airlines are doing everything in their power to convince people to book travel for 2020. It’s hard to guess if it will be safe to do so. However, between bonus points, double flight earnings, and the most flexible change/cancellation policy we’ve ever seen, things are definitely starting to get interesting.
Last Chance to Transfer Your Miles: Capital One Losing Two Transfer Partners
Capital One has quietly shared the loss of two mileage transfer partners—Hainan Airways and Qatar Airways—effective May 13, 2020. If you’ve been meaning to transfer Capital One Miles to either of these partners, you’d better do it right away!
When to Consider Buying IHG Points With a 100% Bonus
IHG has just announced its latest point sale, offering up to a 100% bonus on point purchases through June 15. If maximized, members can buy points for as little as half a cent each! This matches the best point sale we’ve ever seen IHG offer, making it a terrific opportunity for some redemptions.
New Grocery Bonuses: Making Sense of the Changes to Maximize Your Return
Grocery bonuses are all the rage, right now. But with so many credit cards rewarding you for buying your fruits and veggies, it’s getting harder and harder to know which one to grab at the checkout counter. In this post, we crunch the numbers to rank the credit cards and tell you which is best.
AA Adds GOL Airlines as a Mileage Earning, Redemption Partner
American Airlines has just added GOL Airlines—Brazil’s largest domestic carrier—to its AAdvantage partner airlines, opening the door to earning and redeeming AAdvantage miles on GOL itineraries. But now that you can use AA miles for flights with GOL, the question is: should you?