The Flying Blue Promo Awards and Miles and More Mileage Bargains are posted for April, 2016! Both of these programs offer discounts on Economy and Business Class fares of up to 50% the miles. Although the fees and surcharges tend to be a little bit higher than many airlines, at the discounted mileage, they can be bargains.
The Flying Blue Promo Awards and Miles and More Mileage Bargains are posted for March, 2016! Both of these programs offer discounts on Economy and Business Class fares of up to 50% the miles. Although the fees and surcharges tend to be a little bit higher than many airlines, at the discounted mileage, they can be bargains.
I figured I would talk today about booking First Class on the A380 with Lufthansa. I travel to Germany frequently, and Lufthansa is one of my favorite carriers, despite the taxes and surcharges. Their premium cabin experience is much better than US airlines. The A380 also gives you the opportunity to fly on the upper deck!
Now through March 10, 2016 there is a 50 percent transfer bonus from Membership Rewards to Virgin America. American Express Membership Rewards points normally transfer at a 2:1 ratio with a minimum of 200 points transferred, so 200 Membership Rewards points normally gets you only 100 Virgin America Elevate points. With this transfer bonus, 200 points will translate into 150 Elevate points, but it this a good deal?
Today we continue the series for beginners with Getting Started With Points And Miles Part 2: Amex and Citi. By now, you should have read and complete the first part, Getting Started With Points And Miles Part 1: Chase First. If you have not complete this step, you aren’t ready for part 2 yet. Remember that Chase branded cards are difficult to apply for and you may never get approved for them if you don’t start there first!
There is currently an Amex Offer for $200 off $1000 with KLM! This is a good opportunity to help offset some of the taxes and surcharges passed on to the consumer by KLM. In this post, I’m going to show you how to utilize this Amex Offer to help offset the taxes and surcharges on an award flight.
There are several rewards cards that offer bonus categories in restaurants, but which is the best rewards card for restaurants? There are several points to consider, and in this post I am going to discuss what are in my opinion the 5 best options and which is, in my opinion, the best. Whichever card you decide to use will depend on your end goal with earning points.
Today I am going to talk about my top 5 cards. People that know that I am into travel rewards often ask me which cards I use. I have a fairly lengthy list of credit cards compared to most people, but 90% of my spending goes on these 5 cards! There are other cards that I have mainly for the benefits, but my spending goes on this group of 5 cards. In this post, I am going to discuss each card and how they all fit into a larger rewards strategy.
Which card is better, the Amex Platinum or Premier Rewards Gold for travel? I have seen that question asked a lot and it isn’t an easy question to answer. Both cards have benefits well beyond the points earned, and they both have substantial annual fees that must be considered. In this post, I will look at the details of the two cards to see which card might be better for you. The answer might surprise you.
For a limited time, there is a 25 percent bonus for transferring Membership Rewards points to Hawaiian Airlines! This is a great way to plan a winter getaway. If you have been sitting on a large amount of points, this is a great opportunity to take advantage of them.