Transfer Hotel Points To United With A 30% Bonusby Sam Helmy
United has announced a promotion where you will receive a 30% bonus when transferring hotel points to United Mileage Plus. The promotion is valid for transfers through November 30, 2018, and the maximum number of bonus miles you can be awarded is 25,000 United miles.
United Adds New Transcon Route and Improves Amenitiesby Sam Helmy
United is bringing a slew of changes to its transcon business, including a new premium transcon route, and improving amenities in Business class and Economy Plus. In its press release, United confirmed that the Summer of 2017 will add the Boston to San Francisco route as a premium service route.
Sweet Spots for United MileagePlus Awardsby Miguel R. Quiñones
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.
American Airlines’ Basic Economyby Sam Helmy
In the modern day competitive world of airfare, with no-frills low-cost airlines competing with legacy carriers, there is a definite change—more and more legacy carriers are offering a “basic” economy fares; you get a seat, and that is about it….
United Award Availability to Europe & New Zealandby Sam Helmy
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….
The Best Points & Miles for Travel to Europeby Miguel R. Quiñones
When it comes to international travel, Europe is arguably one of, if not the most popular destination. A common question we receive is what are the best points and miles to use for Europe? The challenge is that there is not one specific…
When to Book Awards at Levels Above Saver Levelsby Miguel R. Quiñones
Most airlines offer awards at different levels. Among these airlines, some, like United, keep things relatively simple by providing awards at two separate levels. Others, like Delta, which offers up to five different levels ( the exact number is officially…
4 Major Airlines Fined Due To Inaccurate Informationby Katey Bailin
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has fined Alaska, American, Southwest, and United Airlines for failing to let customers know they could receive compensation if they were bumped from their flight, or if their baggage was lost or stolen.