Start the Year With 30 Marriott Elite Night Credits
One of the best benefits of having a Marriott Bonvoy credit card recently got even better. Marriott has updated the terms and conditions for its co-branded card products. Bonvoy members can now receive up to 30 elite night credits per year just from having Marriott credit cards!
Citi Prestige’s $250 Travel Credit Isn’t Limited to Travel in 2021
In 2020, Citi debuted the ability for cardmembers of the Citi Prestige® Card to redeem their annual $250 travel credit for supermarket and restaurant purchases. This made it much easier for cardholders of Citi’s premium travel rewards card to receive value when they can’t—well—travel. With things not looking too much better for 2021, the card issuer has extended this flexibility through 2021.
The Only Airline That’s Still Blocking Middle Seats
Since the start of the pandemic, some airlines adopted policies limiting the number of passengers allowed onboard—including blocking middle seats. Unfortunately, all but one of these airlines have rolled back these policies since the beginning of December. To help you keep track, we’ve compiled all of the airlines that ever blocked middle seats and the current timelines for when this flyer-friendly policy will ending.
Do Wyndham Rewards Points Expire?
Wyndham Rewards has a complex point expiration policy. You’ll lose all of your points if you don’t have any activity for over 18 months. In addition, individual points expire 4 years after being earned. But, with careful planning, points can be kept alive relatively easily. Let’s show you how to keep your account active.
24 Airline, Hotel Programs That Have Suspended Point Expiration Due to COVID-19
With everyone stuck at home, the last thing award travelers want is for their hard-earned points to expire while they’re unable to use them. Thankfully, at least 24 loyalty programs have temporarily paused point expirations—at least so far. In this post, we’ve rounded up all of the updated expiration policies to create a one-stop resource.
Delta Eliminates Change Fees on Certain International Flights, Extends No-Fee Booking Window
In September, Delta eliminated change fees for most domestic itineraries. Now, the airline has taken that one step further, removing change and redeposit fees on international bookings originating in North America! Better still, Delta is extending its generous no-change-fee booking window through early 2021.
Hyatt Credit Card Changes: Phase Out of Legacy Card, Change to Earning Free Night Awards
Hyatt has announced a string of new promotions and card updates, so we’ve rounded them all up in one place for you. Hyatt cardholders can earn bonus points at Amazon and at grocery stores this holiday season. Plus, legacy Hyatt Card holders have the opportunity to earn a free night by the end of the year. Hyatt is also adjusting how cardholders earn Free Night Awards in 2021. And, remaining legacy Hyatt Cards are being phased out in January 2021.
American Airlines Eliminates AAdvantage Award Fees, Extends Mileage Expiration Pause
American Airlines just announced three positive changes to its AAdvantage program. Effective November 11, 2020, AA is eliminating all award reservation fees and eliminating all fees for canceling awards and redepositing miles. Plus, AA is extending the pause on mileage expiration through June 30, 2021. Here’s what you need to know about these changes.
Do World of Hyatt Points Expire?
If your World of Hyatt 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 it may seem. So, there is no reason you should let your points expire.