The Best Points and Miles 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. There are great alternatives with transferrable points that can get you access to the same seats at much better prices.
How to Find Airline Partner Award Availability
Redeeming miles on partner airlines is an easy way to increase the value of your frequent flyer miles. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most commonly misunderstood, and a daunting task for first timers. How do you know which airlines you can book?
Sweet Spots for United MileagePlus Awards
Sweet spots on the United MileagePlus award chart are few and far between. However, if you look hard enough, there are a few gems, even if some require some outside-the-box thinking. We’ve included five of the most attractive United sweet spots for award tickets.
United Award Availability to Europe & New Zealand
Award space availability is often one of the bears of frequent flyer points redemption. You have the miles, but you can’t find the flight you want. Some airlines incredibly stingy with their award space allocation, while some are very generous….
Sweet Spots with Marriott & Starwood Merger for SPG Members
Whenever there is a merger in the travel industry that allows you to transfer points between two separate rewards programs, it is common to find new sweet spots with one of these programs suddenly. The Marriott-Starwood merger is no exception….
Sweet Spots for Virgin Atlantic Flying Club Awards
The Virgin Atlantic Flying Club rewards program is probably best known for the surcharges imposed on most of its awards. Despite these surcharges, there is a major reason why this program should be on everyone’s radar: the Flying Club program…
AAdvantage Business MileSAAver Award Space – Good & Bad
Since the formal integration of US Airways and American Airlines, securing a Business MileSAAver award to Europe has been an increasingly difficult task. Add the subsequent loyalty program devaluations and its a double whammy.