Last Opportunity to Save Up To 7,500 Miles Using American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards

American Airlines just released its latest (and last) list of Reduced Mileage Awards discounted 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 vary on the month, so be sure to check before booking an American flight within the U.S. and Canada.

You Can Now Redeem World of Hyatt Points at 32 More Small Luxury Hotels (SLH) Properties

Hyatt’s partnership with Small Luxury Hotels (SLH) has given World of Hyatt members hundreds more options to use their points. World of Hyatt members can also earn points at participating SLH properties. Now, through the latest Bonus Journeys promo, members can earn triple points when staying at participating SLH properties. Here’s what you need to know about this partnership.

How Does The Hilton Weekend Night Reward Work?

Hilton has several co-branded credit cards that award a free weekend-night certificate to cardholders. These certificates can offer incredible value with a little bit of planning and research. Certificates are not capped by a point amount or category (like many other free nights), and they can be used at all but a short list of excluded properties.

The Best IHG Redemptions for Luxury Stays

When thinking of luxurious hotels, IHG probably isn’t the first brand to come to mind. But IHG shouldn’t be ignored when planning your dream trip as it has its share of amazing properties around the world. Here are some of the best redemptions we found by looking at AwardWallet members’ recent redemptions.

You Can Now Book JetBlue Mint with Emirates Skywards Miles

JetBlue and Emirates have been long-time partners, but you couldn’t book JetBlue Mint using Emirates Skywards. Until now. Now, you can transfer Amex, Chase, Citi, Cap One, or Marriott points to Emirates to book JetBlue’s premium cabin using Skywards miles. Here’s are the redemption rates and everything travelers need to know about this exciting new redemption option.

Marriott Makes Changes to Points Advance Feature

Marriott recently made a change to its Points Advance feature. Members can no longer use Points Advance to book an award nearly a year out and accumulate points over the next year to pay for that stay. While this seems like a devaluation of a popular feature, this may be a positive change for some points travelers.

Chase’s Pay Yourself Back: What You Need to Know

Chase’s Pay Yourself Back is now a staple for redeeming Ultimate Rewards points. Chase Sapphire, Freedom, and Ink-branded cards can all use Pay Yourself Back to offset eligible purchases with a bonus. Current categories include grocery stores, dining, home improvement stores, shipping, internet/cable/phone services, and eligible charitable donations. Here’s how Pay Yourself Back works.

Hilton Honors Increases Standard Award Points Max From 120,000 to 150,000

Using Hilton points is a great way to redeem free nights at aspirational properties like the Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi. But Hilton recently upped the maximum number of points needed for a free standard award night, making a stay at this high-end property much less achievable. Here are some other ways to get a free night there without shelling out 150,000 points per night.