The Best Points and Miles to use for Free Flights to Hawaii

If you’re using miles from your United, Delta or American Airlines account to book flights to Hawaii you’re likely paying almost 50% more than you could if you used a different travel rewards currency. You’ll have access to the same seats at much better prices. In our experience, we’ve found that Chase Ultimate Rewards offer the best opportunity to get an incredible value from your travel rewards. Find out how.

Upgrade Enhancements with Aeromexico for Delta Medallion Members

When you see the word “enhancement” in the same sentence as Delta you might shiver — we usually do too, but this is good news. Delta has further integrated their relationship with Aeromexico. Effective May 8, 2017, Medallion Members will receive additional benefits when traveling with Aeromexico, as a part of Delta and Aeromexico’s growing partnership.

Qatar Offering Free Hotel and Transit Visa this Summer

This Summer, Qatar Airways is offering its passengers a free transit visa and hotel stay in Doha. The new +Qatar Program is targeted at all passengers, and depending on your travel class, you have options for 4 and 5-star hotels, as well as a complimentary transit Visa.

Do World of Hyatt Points Expire?

Yes, if your account is inactive for twenty-four (24) consecutive months, all points in that account will be forfeited. However, keeping your account active is a lot easier than I may seem.

25% Transfer Bonus of Hotel Points to AA Miles

American Airlines has announced a great promotion, where you will earn a 25% bonus when you convert hotel points to AA miles. To take advantage of this promotion, you don’t have to register, just initiate a routine transfer, and the bonus miles will be added automatically.

AMEX 25% Transfer Bonus to JetBlue

American Express Membership Rewards is currently offering a 25% Bonus on transfers to JetBlue. The normal transfer ratio is 1:0.8 meaning that for every 1,000 MR you transfer, you will receive 800 JetBlue points. With this promotion, you will receive 1,000 points instead, increasing the ratio to 1:1.