Chase Eliminates Korean Air As Ultimate Rewards Transfer Partnerby Sam Helmy
Chase has announced that Korean Air will no longer be an Ultimate Rewards transfer partner effective August 25, 2018. For anyone that has redeemed with Korean, this is a definite hit to the value of Ultimate Rewards.
Delta Updates Earning with Korean Air & Use of Global Upgrade Certificatesby Sam Helmy
After finalizing its joint venture with Korean Air, Delta has published its new earning chart for Korean Air and a host of other benefits. Effective May 1, 2018, SkyMiles members flying with Korean Air are getting a significant upgrade in benefits.
Delta SkyMiles Flash Sale to Hawaii and Alaska – September 2017by Sam Helmy
Delta has launched an award flash sale, this time around it is for flights to and from Alaska and Hawaii. The sale starts at 20,000 miles roundtrip to Alaska, and 35,000 miles roundtrip to Hawaii. But you will have to hurry since the sale ends on September 14, 2017.
Asia-Pacific Airline Award Ticket Change and Cancellation Policiesby Jess Farley
The Asia Pacific region includes some of our favorite carriers. Airlines such as Qantas, Singapore, ANA, Korean, Asiana, and Cathay Pacific offer a hard product and level of service well above the legacy carriers in the US. There’s also differences in the change and cancellation fees when comparing US and Asia Pacific programs, which tend to be priced in miles rather than cash.
The Best Points and Miles to use for Free Flights to Hawaii by AwardWallet
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. Updated November 2017
Which Rewards Programs Allow You to Combine Points and Miles for Free?by Jess Farley
There is a ton of information covering techniques to earn and burn points and miles. Advice on which credit card to add to your wallet, identifying airlines and hotels that will maximize the value of rewards points, and mapping out redemption options all over the world. One aspect of rewards travels that’s a little harder to unearth reliable information for, is family pooling and transferring of program points or miles. Here, we’ll highlight transfer policies for major programs, and offering simple ‘how-to’ instructions on sharing points and miles with your family and friends — all at no cost.
Avoid Delta’s High Partner Award Rates Using SkyTeam Partner Programsby Jess Farley
If you want to fly SkyTeam partners from the US, without paying the premium Delta is now enforcing with SkyMiles, you need to use points or miles from another rewards program.
SkyTeam Award Booking Now Possible Online With Koreanby Sam Helmy
Searching for SkyTeam Award space can be problematic, especially since the demise of NWA.com. Currently, searching for award space is very limited and restrictive even with the biggest partners in the alliance; KLM and Air France. Often with these airlines,…