Save up To 20% on Select Star Alliance Award Bookings Using LifeMiles
LifeMiles has discounted select Star Alliance awards by up to 20%. That opens the door to flying ANA first class to Japan for as few as 72,000 miles each way. Even better, you can currently buy LifeMiles for just 1.1 cents per mile, and there are transfer bonuses from Citi and Marriott. So, you can easily top off your LifeMiles account to book these incredible awards.
Flying Blue Promo Rewards for September 2020
Flying Blue has released its latest Promo Rewards for September 2020. Destinations within Europe are plentiful, but long-haul options are limited. If you’re able to take advantage of these 46 discounted routes, you’ll also get added flexibility. That’s because Flying Blue has widened the available window of travel and eliminated change fees on these awards until further notice.
Get 20% Off Southwest Award Flights Using This Promo Code
If you have a trip to take in the next month and have Southwest Rapid Rewards points, you need to take advantage of the sale this week. Book before September 17th and get 20% off when you redeem your Southwest Rapid Rewards on your flight.
Widespread AA Domestic Web Specials Starting at Only 5,000 Miles!
The AwardWallet team found another massive wave of ultra-discounted AA domestic award availability. Fly across the U.S., make a short hop to a small town, or visit that favorite travel destination—all for only 5,000 AA miles each way. Even better, book worry-free, thanks to waived award reinstatement fees for all award bookings through the end of 2020.
Book Domestic Award Flights Starting at Just 5,000 United Miles Each Way
Since United ditched its award charts in November 2019, the airline can price awards at any level it wants. And currently, United is pricing some domestic awards at just 5,000 miles each way. Here’s a roundup of award deals to/from Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Orlando, San Francisco, Seattle, and more—including coast-to-coast flights from 6,500 miles one-way.
U.S. To Europe From 8,500 Avios One-Way With Iberia’s 50% off Promotion
Iberia just launched an incredible 50% off award promotion for award flights on Iberia-operated flights. Travelers can use this promotion to fly to (or from) Europe for as few as 8,500 Avios in economy; 12,750 Avios in premium economy; or 17,000 Avios in business class. But, you’re going to need to act quickly to take advantage of this promotion.
Book American Airlines Flagship First Class From Just 33K Miles Each Way!
Want to get away in style? We just found another wave of amazing AA Flagship First award availability for travel in spring or summer 2021. Fly across the U.S. in a lie-flat seat for just 20,000 miles. Or, jet off to London, party in Brazil, or take in the wonders of Tokyo—all starting at just 55,000 miles each way in Flagship First Class!
Save Up To 7,500 Miles on American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards (August-November 2020)
American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards are discounted award tickets to and from select destinations. Eligible Citi and Barclays American Airlines cardholders can get up to 7,500 miles off a round trip ticket by taking advantage of this great offer. Eligible destinations change monthly, so be sure to check before booking an American flight within the U.S. and Canada.
Aeroplan’s Big Summer Miles Offers: Up to 40% off Award Flights and 150% Bonus Miles
Hot on the heels of Aeroplan’s last promotion, Air Canada’s mileage program is back with yet another promotion to incentivize you to book travel. Get up to 40% of your miles back on award bookings. Plus, earn up to 150% bonus miles on your next cash fare. Here’s everything you need to know about this lucrative promotion.
Aeroplan Offering 50% Off Award Flights Within North America
Aeroplan has announced an innovative new promotion, awarding a 50% mileage rebate for some domestic and trans-border award redemptions. This effectively halves the award price! With flights starting at just 3,750 Aeroplan miles between the U.S. and Canada, is it finally time to book a flight?