Flying in first class or better yet a suite on an airline is a luxury that is relatively unimaginable unless you’ve got points and miles. Spending $10,000 or more for a single flight experience is out of reach for almost anyone, but imagine enjoying that experience paid for easily accumulated travel rewards.
Delta has launched a SkyMiles award flash sale to European destination where main cabin flights cost as little as 50,000 SkyMiles round-trip and 110,000 miles in Delta One. The sale runs through 11:59 PM EDT March 15, 2017, for travel from August 1 to October 31, 2017.
American Airlines AAdvantage miles expire if you have no earning or redemption activity on your account in an 18-month period. If you’re looking for a way to prevent your miles from expiring, we’ve got several.
As of March 30, 2017, the lounge access policy for Platinum Amex cardholders is changing. You’ll be limited to a maximum of two guests; any additional guests will have to pay for entry, regardless of age or relationship.
Daily Getaways is making a comeback on April 10, 2017, with a preview of this year’s program available on April 3, 2017. The program is run by the US Travel Association and offers up to 60% off deals and points from major travel companies, including hotel chains, airlines, and car rental companies.
The adjustments to American’s award chart and a switch to revenue based earning across American and partner airlines has made it harder to extract top value from AA miles. The silver lining is that American remains a founding member of oneworld® alliance, providing AAdvantage members access to fantastic partner airlines that offer superior hard products and access to every region of the world.
IHG has teamed up with Fuel Rewards to let you save every time you fill up your car. All members of IHG Rewards Club are eligible for a discount on their fuel purchases at participating Shell stations. To benefit from…